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Covid-19 travel advice

Thinking of booking a static with us? Or maybe booking a Touring pitch?

In the era of coronavirus (COVID-19) it's important to plan your holiday accordingly and consider your safety before you book a trip. To help you find the information you need, we’ve put together this comprehensive travel advice for our customers, so that you can plan with confidence.

Our absolute priority at Boscrege Caravan and Camping Park is the health of our visitors and staff. It’s important that we all work together to keep everyone safe and well. We’re doing our utmost to ensure the information below is as up-to-date as possible but do refer to the UK government website for further guidance.

Are Static and Touring sites open in the UK?

Yes, all holiday accommodation in England is now open, including campsites, and self-catering accommodation. As of 19th July, there are no longer restrictions on group sizes for your booking. You can find out more about what you can and cannot do in England here.

Will I have to wear a face mask when I am on site?

Wearing a face covering is no longer a legal requirement in public spaces. However, we do request that you still consider wearing face coverings when in shared indoor spaces, such as inside the laundrette and the reception to help protect every one. 


You won't be expected to wear a face covering whilst in your static or around your tourer, around the campfire or outdoors for example.

What safety measures do you have in place?

In order to re-open last year and earlier this year, campsites across the UK had to comply with up-to-date ‘COVID-19 Secure’ guidelines, which were specifically published for each nation – EnglandWalesScotland and Northern Ireland.

As rules have eased over the last few months, these guidelines have changed, however, the core hygiene improvements campsites have made still remain in place.

  • Completing our Covid-18 Pledge form - to ensure we have

  • Printing distance markers in shared facilities to aid social distancing.

  • Reducing the overall capacity of the campsite in order to maximise space for guests.

  • Contactless check in or unattended check in.

  • More frequent cleaning, more frequent emptying of bins and more thorough 'deep cleaning' regimes.

  • Improved ventilation in communal areas and indoor spaces.

Should I buy travel insurance?

Yes. We always recommend that you have comprehensive travel insurance for any holiday you take. We recommend you take out a policy which covers you in the event of cancellation. Please contact your insurer directly if you have questions about what they cover.

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