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Woodlands Camping Park

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Dogs allowed

Student groups welcome

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Woodlands Camping Park provides an excellent base from which to explore the beautiful Dorset countryside and Jurassic Coast, which has recently been granted World Heritage Status.

Enjoy an exclusive camping break just outside the village of Wool in Dorset. Wool has a railway station on the main south-west line through Waterloo, Southampton, Bournemouth and Weymouth. The small village has a post office, chemist, general store, bakers, butchers, Chinese takeaway and several pubs and restaurants.

In April 2014, our camp shop will open selling all sorts of items for your camping holiday from drink, food to barbecues and toothbrushes.

You can take advantage of our free wifi throughout our camping park.

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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the Pitchup.com terms and conditions.

We reserve the right to amend the cost of your holiday and published tariffs without notice if the rate of VAT changes.

We reserve the right to decline a booking or terminate a holiday without compensation if in the opinion of the proprietors or staff the unreasonable behaviour of guests may lead to a situation that could prejudice the service, safety or comfort of the other guests or staff.

There is a 5mph speed limit throughout the park.

Children are the responsibility of their parents or guardians at all times. All children are expected to be back at their pitch with their families by 10pm.

Radios and televisions should be used considerately during the day and on low volume before 8am and after 10.30pm.

Washing should be hung out to dry in a discreet manner.

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