Bird Song Touring Park comprises a level Camping and Caravan Club Listed Site of about two acres and is in Lincolnshire. There are ten pitches, eight of them on grass, and two on rolled stone, all well-spaced and each with an electric hook up point.

Bird Song Touring Park

 

Fresh water, refuse, and sewage disposal points are available adjacent to the entrance gate. 

There are no toilet or shower facilities on this adult only site. 

Bird Song Touring Park

 

We found a good range of shops available in the small and attractive village of Burgh-le-Marsh situated about a mile away from the site.

There are several ponds on the west side of the site complete with resident water fowl and a large number of willow trees, the bank at the north edge is attractively planted with flowering shrubs. 

Bird Song Touring Park

 

The grass was regularly mown, and clippings collected.

Our ten day stay coincided with a prolonged period of hot, dry weather, so the ground was firm, however, given the high-water table I imagine the ground could get soft in wet weather. At such times the CMC site, which is all hard standing, will be more suitable for heavier rigs.

Bird Song Touring Park

 

The adjacent road is narrow and lightly trafficked and even more so at night, so this site can accurately be described as quiet. The access route along Bancroft Road and Gravel Pitts Lane from the main road consists of single-track roads with passing places, but visibility is good, and we didn’t encounter any problems.

We enjoyed our stay and consider the pitch tariff of £12 per night to be very good value, and would certainly consider returning.