Holiday Home Sales
Frequently Asked Questions
Crowhurst Park operates a fixed 11.5 month season from 1st February until 14 January. You may not sleep in your holiday homes during the shutdown but can use it up to 4pm each day. During the season, you may occupy your holiday home at any time.
The local authority decides on the length of the season. Crowhurst Park has decided to shut down for the most inclement period of the year but you may use your holiday home during Christmas and the New Year.
New caravan holiday homes are granted a licence for seventeen years and lodges for twenty five or fifty years, depending on what development they are situated. Pre owned holiday homes retain the balance of the licence.
Crowhurst Park provides various services which are included in your site licence fee: six free memberships of the gym, free Wi-Fi, water supply, sewage, drainage, waste disposal and grounds keeping. The annual charges are: £5,960 for a caravan holiday home of any size and from £6,520 for the lodges (both inclusive of VAT) for 2023/24. The licence fee is payable either by Direct Debit installments, in two halves or if you pay early in full, we give a discount.
Crowhurst Park has an indoor 18 metre indoor heated swimming pool with sauna, steam room and jaccuzzi. We also have a fully equipped, air-conditioned gym with aerobic and strength equipment. An activity timetable is also provided, there's something for everyone at Crowhurst Park.
We have short-mat bowls in the leisure centre and archery is also available. We have tennis courts free to use. Crowhurst Park Cricket Club is situated near the entrance. There is a fishing lake for the use of Crowhurst Park owners and guests.