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Polstead

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This boutique ADULT ONLY campsite offers both hard-standing pitches for caravan, campervan and motorhome touring, as well as grass pitches for seasoned campers. There is a modern toilet block on site, a laundry room, wash-up area, as well as a disabled facilities. Your furry pets are very welcome!

Hard standing with electric hook-up

Seasonal pitches

Refurbished toilets & showers

Disabled facilities

Dish washing areas

Fire points

Chemical disposal point

Motorhome point

Black/Grey waste points

Calor gas sales

24h CCTV

Grass pitches with electric hook-up

Free WiFi

Well cut grass throughout the park

Hair dryers

Laundry facilities

Code operated bollard

Fresh water outlets

Tourist information

Dog walks

Refuse areas

Polstead

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About Us

Welcome to Polstead Country Park. A beautiful and peaceful ADULTS ONLY site nestled in the Suffolk Countryside and set on the edge of a conservation area where walking and cycling opportunities are plentiful.

Polstead Country Park is just 1 mile from the pretty village of Polstead which is noted for Britain’s most celebrated historic murder: the Red Barn Murder of Maria Marten in 1827. There is an excellent network of paths around the village, some taking in the areas ancient woodland and county wildlife sites.

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Events At Polstead

Here at Polstead Country Park, we’d like to offer you as many outdoor activities as possible. Please find below details for upcoming events!

Things to Do

Polstead Country park is ideally situated for visiting some of Suffolk’s prettiest ancient villages:

Sudbury and Long Melford are both quintessential English villages and Long Melford was the main location for TV’s Lovejoy. It has an eclectic mix of independent shops, galleries, antique centres and restaurants. There are also two manor houses and there’s a National Trust walking trail from Melford Hall to Sudbury Three Mills which takes in part of the old Great Eastern Long Melford to Sudbury railway line, visiting three old water mills, Sudbury Common Lands and Gainsborough’s house and gallery en route.

Lavenham

Lavenham

If you’re looking for medieval charm then look no further than Lavenham; considered to be Britain’s best preserved medieval village. Lavenham has a magnificent 15th Century church and many timber framed buildings line the narrow lanes leading to the impressive market place.
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Boxford

Boxford

Boxford is another pretty village with a strong community spirit and a wealth of foot and bridle paths, including Primrose Woods – a 22 acre nature reserve created by volunteers in 1998 as part of the ‘’Woods on your Doorstep’’ project to celebrate the millennium.
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Hadleigh

Hadleigh

The historic town of Hadleigh offers some lovely unique shops and a relaxing river walk, not to mention some superb pubs and restaurants. Guided walks are a great way to discover Hadleigh and some of its secrets.
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Stour Valley

Stour Valley

A must see for anyone visiting Suffolk is Willy Lott’s Cottage and Flatford Mill – painted by Constable and located in the Stour Valley at East Bergholt. There is a Flatford and Constable walking trail exploring the picturesque Stour Valley and Dedham Vale made famous by Constable’s paintings.
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Golf

Golf

Other activities in the area include Golf, with courses at Newton Green, Stokeby Nayland and Hintlesham Hall.

Cycling

Cycling

There are leisure centres with swimming pools at nearby Hadleigh and Sudbury. Fancy hiring a bike to explore the area? Hadleigh Food Bike Hire is here to help!
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Giffords Hall Vineyard

Giffords Hall Vineyard

East Anglia’s relatively long hours of sunshine and low humidity make it one of Britain’s most important wine producing regions. Why not take a tour and sample some for yourself?
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Burnt House Vineyard

Burnt House Vineyard

East Anglia’s relatively long hours of sunshine and low humidity make it one of Britain’s most important wine producing regions. Why not take a tour and sample some for yourself?
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Sudbury

Sudbury

Sudbury has a wide variety of shops and restaurants set among architectural gems and a great way to explore the town is via the Talbot Trail – a series of 14 statues around Sudbury which depict various fascinating episodes in the town’s history.
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