We had an enjoyable five day stay at Ham Farm CL during August 2019. 

First a word of warning! It’s even more important to follow the access directions to this site as published on the owners website than is usual. Our CoPilot sat nav, in common with others insisted on presenting a route that included a 25% decent down a very narrow lane, the sort with moss growing along the middle and sans passing places. It also included, presumably by way of extra entertainment an acute bend that couldn’t be navigated by a car without making a 4 point turn, so completely impossible while towing a caravan. Fortunately I had done my homework with Google Earth so we picked up the recommended access route from the A38/A4135 junction and avoided some of the drama that others on the site suffered. 

Access from the farmyard through to the CL site is a little restricted for larger units so I recommend walking down to the site first to prepare yourself for the job.

Some pitches are small and constrained by vegetation in need of a trim but we found a roomy one.

It’s a quiet part of the country save for occasional overflying by light aircraft towing gliders aloft from the nearby gliding club. 

We made use of a Tesco store in Dursley for supplies, a ten minute drive away. 

The toilet block has recently been renovated to an acceptable standard and was kept clean and tidy while we were on site.

Overall an enjoyable site in an enjoyable area and at a reasonable price. 




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