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River View Touring Park offers the following facilities for caravans, motor-homes, trailer-tents or tents:
•The modern award winning toilet/shower block with underfloor heating and two additional rooms suitable for families and physically impaired has been awarded 5 star grading in the ‘Loo of the Year’ awards since 2007 and for 2012/13 the toilet block has achieved Gold, 5 star plus 'Best Baby-changing Facilities in Wales' 2008.
•Free hot water for showers and washing up.
•Well spaced pitches.
•All pitches have electric hook up.
•39 all weather pitches.
•12 all weather serviced pitches. All serviced pitches have cold water tap, grey waste drain and electric hook-up.
•Motorhome service point.
•Laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer.
• Free wifi
•Shop selling essential supplies and some Welsh produce.
•Fishing in the river for brown trout and sewin.
•Ideal base for visiting attractions in and around Carmarthenshire and the Gower.
•Walks in 4 acre hay meadow and link to our new woodland walk.
•2 dog walking areas.
River View consists of three individual touring areas all of which are south facing:
River MeadowApprox. 2 acres, comprising of 27 pitches. This meadow has the River Gwili flowing along two sides of its boundary and is mainly for adults. It is also the most suitable for the physically impaired.Oakwoods MeadowApprox. 2.5 acres of gentle slope comprising of 22 pitches, 7 are all weather service pitches, and has boundaries of woodland and tree banks consisting of native trees and some wildflowers. There are also views of surrounding hillsides. Although we do not have play equipment, there is large area for recreation in the centre of the field, making it ideal for families. Gorse MeadowApprox 0.75 acres of level ground and has 12 pitches, 9 of which are all weather pitches and 5 of these are service pitches. This is the smaller of the fields and has gorse bushes on one side and an ancient native tree bank on a second side.