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Hiking or hacking? Family-run Rosewall is set among the spectacular scenery of the Jurassic Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty five miles east of Weymouth, on the seam of both inland and coastal walking routes and with Rosewall Equestrian riding school on the doorstep for hackers of all abilities.

Of course, you might want to cast off instead at Rosewall’s own fishing lake – the 1.5 acre Wally’s Lake set in a wooden valley with carp, roach, tench and bream to be landed by all levels of angler (you’ll need your licence and to pick up a day ticket at reception or at the stables).You will need all your own equipment including a 36" landing net and a unhooking mat. There are a variety of swims, the south side providing the deeper part of the lake whilst the island end providing shallower water ideal for surface fishing.

Or break out the paintbox: Rosewall has fab views over Osmington Bay and the Dorset countryside, and is in the hamlet of Osmington Mills, set on canvas by Constable on several occasions who spent his honeymoon in the area; it’s a quick scramble from the campsite to the rockpools and beach of Osmington Bay.

Rosewall has a 13-acre camping field with pitches for tents and motorhomes; there are two modern loo and shower blocks with hairdryer and shaver points and washing-up facilities. The park also has a laundry room, shop and disabled facilities. The Smugglers Inn and the Sunray pubs both serve food and are within walking distance.

Open from 1 Apr to 12 Oct

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Late arrivals must notify the campsite/park as soon as possible. Your booking will be held for 24 hours. After this period the management reserves the right to relet your unit.

Families and couples only — no single-sex parties of 3 or more people, stag or hen parties, groups of mixed couples or unaccompanied groups of young people are accepted.

Dogs are allowed on the camping park. They are to be walked off the park and are to be kept on leads at all times. You will be asked to leave if you fail to abide to this rule.

Be respectful of other visitors. Noise of all kinds (including music and singing) must always be kept at a reasonable level. Silence rule applies between 11pm and 8am.

Foul language will not be tolerated.

The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.

Clothes lines are not permitted. There are coin-operated launderette and drying facilities available.

Cars must be parked where required by the management. The management may restrict the movement of cars on the park without previous notice. The speed of all wheeled vehicles is not to exceed 5mph.

The park is not liable for any personal injury, loss or damage (direct or indirect), loss of or damage to any property.

No open fires: instant barbecues should be raised off of the grass and off the pitches. No generators may be used on the park.

The park is not suitable for scooters or skateboarding. We do not permit the use of any non-road legal motorised vehicles (e.g. mini motorbikes etc).

From time to time, photographers will be on the park to take pictures for promotional use. Should you not wish to appear in any publicity material please make this known to the photographer at the time.

No swimming in the fishing lakes.