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"A tranquil, traditional campsite within the M25 motorway, which has been in the Club's care for more than 90 years."
Stay at Walton on Thames and you are inside London's infamous orbital M25 motorway and only 15 miles from the City. But you would never know - there is even a resident flock of parakeets on this river-side campsite.
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We love this Site so much that this is our
third summer here. Easy travel into London is a factor but most of all the tranquillity and serenity of Walton together with its
plethora of wildlife makes this our home from home. - Val Keogh and Bill Carey
OS Map Reference: 176 - TQ132667Latitude: 51.3881Longitude: -0.3745
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Walton on Thames Camping and Caravanning Club SiteFieldcommon LaneWalton on ThamesSurreyKT12 3QG
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We will be staying for the third year running. The managers are helpful and the site is clean. Facilities are minimal but you know that before you book. We use it as a stopping site for London. Trains are not far and there is a lovely cafe near the trainstation. If you don't mind a longer walk, Hampton Court is an hour away. The bus-stop to Hampton Court and other places is only 5-10 minutes walk away. You could not stay anywhere in London for cheaper.
DATE STAYED: April 2012
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
Found the lane quite tight to tow down but well worth the trouble once being met by a very friendly man who went out of his way with our welcome. Chose my own pitch and once personally shown there all aspects of water and cdp including dog walk and information was explained. So impressed with clean well kept site am looking forward to returning. On a personal note would like to thank the site assistant for the constant laughs and all his help.
DATE STAYED: September 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Peaceful break
My husband and i stayed here for two nights too be close to a specialist vet. We simply booked the site as it was in travelling distance to where we needed to go. We new nothing of the site before we arrived. On Arrival we were very pleasently suprised, the entrance was very good and secure. The welcome was very friendly and so helpful. we were allowed to choose our own pitch which we like. Although there is pitch space for 115 you would never Know it, very well spaced out fields. Very quiet, friendly people. Extremely well laid out, and although there is no toilet or showers areas, the facilites that are there were clean and tidy and easy to access i.e water point rubbish and dog pooh bins. The reception area can only be discribed as very sweet and so pretty. We didn't really explore the surrounding area, but would definately stay here again, all round nice basic site. Does what it says on the tin so to speak!! My dog's also enjoyed the dog walk, which was well maintained, with hardly any dog pooh not picked up. Something you don't normally get sadly, overall very happy.....
DATE STAYED: August 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Excellent long weekend break, would go again. I chose this site as it has easy access for sight seeing in London. close to two train stations. one a brisk 15 minuet walk (Hersham) with no where to leave a car for the day. (Esher station) a cross country walk or 10 min car drive. A large car park, a Â£6. fee, to leave a car there all day. With a train line directly into Waterloo train station. The air show in the evening was spectacular from the parakeet's, I was prepared for some noise from air crafts but didn't notice anything that was unacceptable. My children found the air-crafts very entertaining. Also very easy access on the M25 to Lego land.
DATE STAYED: July 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break
lovely campsite,shame about access being difficult . would definitely stay there again, as easy access into london
DATE STAYED: June 2008
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
This site was just what i needed.Met by a very happy chappy who asked what sort of pitch we would like and the p
cheerfully showed us to a suitable pitch and gave very clear directions for the water points,grey water,CDP etc.A well kept site with short grass that didnt get all over the van.The dog walk was 5 star.We were treated to the aerobatic antics of the parakeets on site,fascinating to watch!Access is via a narrow single track road but keep to the AM depart and PM ariival times and there shouldnt be any problems.Aircraft noise is obvious withe a site next door to an airport but this faded with the night and really didnt cause any annoyance.We have already decided to revisit next year.
DATE STAYED: June 2012
After reading the previous reviews we were expecting miserable wardens and lots of aircrft noise, so were pleasantly surprised to find friendly faces and yes definitely aircraft noise, but after a day it didnt even register. We went there so our son and grandaughter could visit with their tent and this worked out very well. We had a lovely walk along the river and there was a small playgound for her to meet some other children. It was too hot this weekend to visit Hampton Court, so will have to have a return visit! Many thanks to the wardens.
DATE STAYED: May 2012
I found this a delightful site set in a lovely slecuded park. The walks available just outside the gates were lovely and even had the odd seat or two to while away the time. There is even a flock of parakeets to spot, if you sit still long enough. The site is flat and easy to get about when towing on and off. I will definately go again as it is so close to attractions in and around London and there is a train station not too far away. I like watching aircraft so the Healthrow traffic didn't bother me and its quiet at night.
However the only thing that spoilt the visit was the unfriendliness of the stewards. It seemed as if I was not welcome when all I needed was somewhere to pitch my caravan. I didn't even need electric. I hope they are not there next time I go.
DATE STAYED: October 2011
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Despite the claims for a peaceful site I left early due to the constant drone/whine of aircraft overhead approaching Heathrow airport.
The problems with this site was made worse by the only waste water facility being almost blocked and taking hours for water to drain away, causing a very unpleasant smell. The Holiday manager told me that the problem had been reported to the sites department but no action would be taken this season.
Please also be aware that if you visit this site with a motor home there are did not appear to be any way you can drain the grey water tank directly.
On the plus side the dog walk was very good.
DATE STAYED: August 2011
Amazing countryside enclave in a built up area a stone's throw from London. Hampton Court is an easy cycle away. Water all around, we were expecting aircraft noise but it was not a problem. Big open spaces and a good lounge room which we didn't use but could be useful in a hurricane. We'll definitely be back!
DATE STAYED: July 2011
First Class welcome on a first class site. Does exactly as it says in the tin, quiet, secluded with an excellent dog walk. Thanks
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break
Entry to quite a large quiet site is by a narrow lane with no passing places thus arrival (pm) and departure (am) control times of entry and exit. A 15 minute walk to bus stops giving access to the Thames and Hampton Court. Riverside walks and bicycle tracks from site.
DATE STAYED: July 2010
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
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Nearest train station: Hersham – 1 mile
Nearest bus: 0.5 mile from site entrance
We're sorry, at the present time there are no dedicated accessible facilities available at Walton on Thames