2023 season – Valley pitches for Seasonal Touring Caravans
From 21 March to 31 October - call or email for availability and details
10 amp electric hook-up (metered)
Digital TV connections
Fresh water and waste water facility
The opening date of 21 March is given as a guide to the time we would expect to have our facility buildings up and running after the winter. However there is nothing to stop you from parking your caravan on its pitch any time from 1 March. Give us a ring nearer the time.
All Seasonal Pitches
Electricity is metered and charged at the current rate per unit and billed at the end of season
Awnings may be left in place all season
Facilities for your use on the park
Quality free shower and toilet facilities
Coin operated laundrette
Washing up sinks
Chemical toilet emptying point
Wi-Fi internet access on every part of the park (vouchers sold in Reception)
[ PDF site map ]
Barcdy is a quiet dog-free family park.
As a seasonal pitch is a long - term commitment it is important that you make sure that our park is the right place for you. Please read the information on our website and feel welcome to call at any time so that we can show you around and let you choose a pitch before you make a reservation.
The cost of a seasonal pitch is based upon a maximum of 6 persons, including children, occupying the caravan at the same time. Extra people will be charged camping fees applying at the time.
Sub-letting is not permitted but your friends and family are welcome to use your caravan. We would ask you, however, to make them aware of our park rules, particularly our 'no dog' and 'quiet' policies. Dogs of day visitors must not be taken to the touring caravan area, even inside vehicles, as this will lead to misunderstandings and cause us problems. Vehicle, with dog inside, may be parked by Reception.
Seasonal pitches are for holiday use only and cannot be used for any other purpose.
Our general park rules and other information can be found on our Touring and Camping website www.barcdy.co.uk or we can provide you with a printed copy and brochure.
You may hook up to our water supply but a ball valve system, in good working order, and a screw-on/snap-on connection must be used to avoid wastage. Water must be turned off when the caravan is unoccupied. Avoiding wastage will keep costs down.
Each pitch has a 'self re-set' electricity supply unit. The electricity you use will be metered and charged at unit cost applying at the time.
All facilities on the park are available including free showers.
Valley pitches are 7m wide and 9m long, with grassed area along the front
Our pitches are constructed of local slate shale that is smooth and flat so will not harm your awning ground-sheets. We kindly ask parents and guardians to ensure that their children do not throw it onto the grassed areas as this makes mowing difficult and dangerous.
Awnings may be left in place through the season as long as they are safely secured in case of severe weather. Awnings must not protrude onto the grassed areas and tents (other than children's play tents) are not allowed.