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Southfork Caravan Park Blog

Cycling the Somerset Levels
Situated between the Mendips and the Blackdown Hills, the unique flat landscape of the Somerset Levels makes a fantastic area to discover by bike.
The Best Easter Activities this April in Somerset
Dust off that tent, clean out that motorhome and wash down that caravan as the Easter holidays are just around the corner - A guide to upcoming Easter events in Somerset.
Making your Motorhome or Caravan ready for Spring
Spring is nearly here which means it is time to get your motorhome, caravan or trailer tent ready for the first holiday of the season! Our guide is packed full of advise on making sure your vehicle is ready.
February Budget-Friendly Half Term in Somerset
February half-term shouldn't cost the earth! View our budget-friendly activities that are fun for all the family (including dogs!) with little to no cost.
Buying a Static Caravan
Exciting News! Holiday home ownership has arrived at Southfork, Somerset! As part of our expansion of Southfork Caravan Park, we have now been given the green light to install 16 static caravans for private holiday home ownership.
Christmas Dinner and Camping
Christmas dinner when camping or touring can be done, we reckon our specially selected recipes will convince you to give it a go.
Christmas in Somerset 2021
Santa is coming to Somerset! Our essential guide to events leading up to the big day have something for everyone.
Camping in Autumn and Winter
As the weather gets cooler and the nights draw in, why not take some inspiration from the celebrated British fell-walker and novelist Alfred Wainwright. Indeed, there is no such thing as bad weather!
October half-term family fun
Check out our October half-term halloween inspired event guide for family-friendly fun.
Fishing and Angling in Somerset

With summer feeling like a distant memory, temperatures dropping and nights drawing in earlier each day, you would be forgiven for thinking about hunkering down and hibernating through the Autumn months!