All types of units, large or small, are welcome.
If you have a very large unit, please discuss this with us before arriving.
Pitches are generally on grass, however there are a few number of hard standing pitches available, with more planned for the future.
All pitches are on level ground and sheltered by hedges.
In the interest of safety, all units must be spaced at least 20 feet apart.
6 Amp Electric hook-ups are provided in the first 3 paddocks. Paddocks 4 and 5 are reserved for non-electric and units equipped with solar energy.
Mains drinking water taps are provided throughout the campsite.
Chemical disposal point is located between paddock 2 and 3. Please use green toilet chemical where possible.
The following are available in the sanitary block located in the first paddock.
Washbasins with running hot & cold water.
English flush toilets
Hot showers (honesty box).
Dishwashing facilities with running hot & cold water
A fridge and a freezer is available for your use. In the interests of hygiene, please ensure that all of your food is completely removed before you vacate the site.
An electric washing machine is available for your use (honesty box).
A washing line and prop is also available to dry your your washing.
A rubbish bin is located at the main farmyard entrance beside the gate.
Farm produce. Fresh eggs, home-produced pork sausages and joints of pork are available at modest cost – speak to Bernard for more information.
See Nearby for details of local shops and other services available.
A BBQ and Bath-B-Q is provided for your use. It has a purpose-built charcoal burner and a Bath-B-Q located in the centre of the 2nd paddock. The BBQ is quite large and also has facilities for a rotating spit. The Bath-B-Q is also provided for your use and provides a very relaxing venue to gather round with friends and family and keep warm at the end of the day.
A Club House is also provided for your use at anytime. It will accommodate up to 20 people and has a log burner, kettle and a dart board.
Wildlife Hide. The exclusive hide on the farm allows naturists to be at one with nature close up and natural. The deer won’t even know you’re there!
There are very few rules at Lower Poulza Post, however commonsense is always expected.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied at all times within the farmyard, and must be supervised throughout the camping area.
Naturism. You are free to wander around the campsite and adjacent fields dressed or undressed as you please, however you must be completely dressed within the farmyard area.
No photographs are allowed to be taken within the campsite except with the expressed permission of the site owner (Bernard).
Speed limit. There is a 5 mph speed limit applicable to the whole camping area.
Security. The campsite gate must be kept closed at all times. A further gate at the entrance to the farmyard may also be closed on occasions – please close it again after you have opened it.
Dogs must be on a lead and kept under control at all times. The dog-walking area is around the top paddock. Please do not let your dog worry wildlife or animals in surrounding fields. We expect you to clean up any mess that your dog makes and dispose of it in the rubbish container at the entrance to the farmyard.
Fires are not permitted anywhere on the campsite unless they are contained within a properly designed container at least 18 inches off the ground. It is your responsibility to ensure the safety of other campers or passers-by within the area of your unit.
Noise. Please consider your neighbours! Keep music to an acceptable level that won’t irritate anyone else. Lots of campers visit this campsite for the shear peace and tranquillity – please keep it that way, and please, no noise after 11pm.