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With September marking the end of the school holidays, it's always a popular month for an adult only camping or caravanning holiday! Enjoy the end of the summer and the light evenings for a little bit longer, with touring and tenting pitches available all month via our online booking system. There's lots still to see and do in Somerset in September!

Premier Parks Autumn Availability

Have you seen us on Premier Parks' social media? They've chosen us as one of their top ideas for an Autumn break! As an adult only park, term time is a perfect time to go out and explore Somerset without the crowds and queues!

With the Somerset carnivals beginning in October and carrying on through November, we've got availability for tourers and lodges for hire. In the meantime, take a look at all the great things you can see and do this September!

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Our five star, adult only touring caravan park and campsite is open all year. We have both fully serviced and standard hardstanding pitches suitable for touring units up to 40ft, which makes us ideal for large motorhomes, twin axel caravans, Fifth Wheels and RVs.

Our most recent summer inspections have cemeted us as the only VisitEngland five star park in South Somerset; one of The AA's top small sites in the UK with their gold award and the top regional site from both the Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards and the South West Tourism Awards.

If you're looking for one-off events in Somerset this September, we'd recommend:

Friday 1 - Friday Night Lates at Hauser & Wirth, Bruton with 2 for 1 cocktails and sharing steaks

2 - 3 - pop over the border and visit the Dorset County Show in Dorchester

Saturday 2 - Joe Pasquale, Westlands Leisure Centre, Yeovil

Wednesday 6 - Giles Brandreth, Westlands Leisure Centre, Yeovil

Thursday 7 - This Is Elvis tour, Westlands Leisure Centre, Yeovil

Friday 8 - The Magic of Motown, Westlands Leisure Centre, Yeovil

Saturday 9 - UK Pink Floyd Experience, Westlands Leisure Centre, Yeovil

Saturday 9 - 90s Silent Disco, Wells Cathedral

Saturday 23 - Somerset Comic Con and Gaming Festival, The Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet

Saturday 23 - Somerset Festival of Transport Auction, Frome

Saturday 30 - Vivaldi Four Seasons & The Lark Ascending, Wells Cathedral

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There's some great markets to visit in Somerset this September!

Every Tuesday - Castle Cary Market (4 miles) with a traditional Somerset town market

Saturday 2 - Haynes Car Boot

Sunday 3 - Frome Independent Makers Market

Saturday 9 - Langport Vintage Market

Sunday 24 - Shepton Mallet Monthly Market: Happy Harvest,

Saturday 30  - The Somerset Independent Market at Haynes Motor Museum (3/4 mile) featuring 50 local stalls of food, drink, fashion and homeware

Join us for the Southwest Motorhome and Campervan Show at The Shepton Mallet Showground from 8 - 10 September. The South West's biggest touring show is well worth a visit for motorhome enthusiasts, for those in the market for a new van and to pick up the best new accessories.

Our local bus route takes you from Sparkford High Street directly to the Shepton Mallet Showground.

Final fully serviced pitches are available on our online booking system:

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Join Haynes Motor Museum who are holding an outdoor screening of The Italian Job on Saturday 9 September, so you can wander down the road with your camping chair in hand and enjoy a night under the stars with this classic film.

Haynes Motor Museum is just under a mile away from us - making us the nearest caravan park and campsite.

Enjoy fantastic food at some great events:

Friday 1, Saturday 2, Friday 8, Saturday 9, Thursday 14, Friday 15, Saturday 16, Thursday 21, Friday 22, Saturday 23, Friday 29, Saturday 30 - Horrell & Horrell Outdoor Dining Experience, Sparkford



Thursday 7 - Gardener & Chef cooking over fire - The Newt, Castle Cary

Saturday 9 - My Secret Sister Supper, At the Chapel, Bruton

Thursday 14 - Gardener & Chef cooking over fire - The Newt, Castle Cary

Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 - Deep South Somerset BBQ, The Newt, Castle Cary

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Learn something new during your stay:

Tuesday 5 - An Introduction to Modern Meditation, At the Chapel, Bruton

Wednesday 6 - Dry Stone Walling course, The Newt, Castle Cary

Wednesday 13 - Dry Stone Walling course, The Newt, Castle Cary

Hort Course: Pruning Trees and Shrubs, The Newt, Castle Cary

Monday 18 - Dry Stone Walling course, The Newt, Castle Cary

Tuesday 19 - Coloured Pencil Workshop with Gemma Lane, The Bishop's Palace, Wells


Wedesday 20 - Hort Course: Pruning Trees and Shrubs, The Newt, Castle Cary

Sunday 31 - Dry Stone Walling course, The Newt, Castle Cary

The George Inn at Castle Cary (4 miles) will be holding a gin and tapas evening on 8 September. They are partnering with Somerset Distillery for locally-made gins, who use 19th century gin-distilling methods for their drinks, brewed just south of Bristol.

There will be talks about the gins from a professional, as well as gin tastings and tapas. The George is a 15th century inn in the middle of the historical town of Castle Cary.

This is a ticketed event and tickets can be purchased in advance for £25 per person from The George at Castle Cary on 01963 350761.

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Hire one of our adult only holiday lodges for a weekend or enjoy a couple of weeks exploring Somerset in full. Our holiday lodges make a great base for your stay, or a great idea to join friends and family camping and caravanning.

We can cater for up to 14 adults across our holiday lodges. Our Blackforest Lodge is fully wheelchair accessible too.

Take a look at our availability:

Go cider tasting at our local family-run cider farm. King Brain Cider have five generations of cider-making; a host of Taste of the West Gold Awards and a stint on BBC's Countryfile behind them.

At just over a mile away from us, King Brain are our nearest traditional Somerset cider farm and they even create non-alcoholic drinks using their on-site natural spring water. If you'd like to pick up some local cider during your stay with us, they're open 7 days a week for cider tasting and purchases.

And yes, you really do toot your horn for cider! Just drive in, toot your horn and they'll be out to see you!

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With the summer heatwaves over, September is a perfect time to climb King Arthur's Camelot. At just two miles away, Cadbury hillfort dates from Bronze Age times and marks the opening to the West Country. King Arthur and his knights of the round table are thought to have occupied the hillfort as Camelot from 470 - 580 BC.

For those looking to explore the history of Somerset, we'd recommend planning your stay using our King Arthur's Camelot page:

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