Welcome to Rowlands Wait
Set Amidst The Rural Splendour of Dorset, Rowlands Wait is a quiet, secluded (but not isolated) privately run park situated in eight and a half acres of outstanding natural beauty. This multi-award winning site overlooks the beautiful Purbeck Hills and the picturesque village of Bere Regis in the heart of Thomas Hardy Country. It is conveniently situated midway between the county town of Dorchester and historic port of Poole with Europe’s largest harbour. The park is family-managed and carefully maintained and has direct access to woods and heathland offering walkers and cyclists varied routes and, for wildlife enthusiasts, opportunities to see many rare birds and animals. The park provides an ideal centre for easy exploration of Dorset’s heritage.
The park has a lot of character and the emphasis is on a very natural look with fine mature trees, mown grass and thick hedgerows. The pitches are best described as grassy and level to gently sloping. Some in shade and some open. Some with lovely views and some which are secluded. Electric hook-up is available only in the top part of the park, is a minimum of 10 amps and is charged for on a nightly basis. There are 48 electric hook-up points. The fields at the lower end of the park are for camping and group rallies. BBQ’s are allowed so long as they are kept off the grass (so it doesn’t get scorched) but open fires are not permitted. There is plenty of room for children to run and cycle around without disturbing anyone.