View all counties in this region

Eastland Meadows Country Park in Essex

Using Eastland Meadows Country Park as your base, you will be able to fully explore the Essex countryside and enjoy the many local facilities, including walking, cycling and sailing to name but a few. In addition to these, there is a good choice of other recreational activities nearby, including golf and horse riding.

All Caravans and Lodges are sited on brand new concrete bases and have their own car parking bay, a patio and/or low level decking to enable you to enjoy and savour the delights of the natural countryside park. With plenty of space between the homes, the park ensures the peaceful ambience of the surrounding countryside is not spoilt when you are relaxing in your home. There are also large areas available for recreational purposes, making the park suitable for everybody, however you wish to utilise your time at Eastland Meadows.

Stayed at Eastland Meadows Country Park?

Click here to write a review

Your Name
Email address
(not shown)
Date of your stay
Type of accommodation
Review details
Security check
Add your review
Please note that your email address is never divulged to the campsite owner or to any third party. It is simply used to verify your review and to enable us to cut down on spam submissions. There may be a delay of a few days between you submitting your review and it appearing on the site.


Reviews of Eastland Meadows Country Park

this little park is a gem, it is so quiet, adult only so no footballs flying around, there is a water point on the touring field, and a short walk to the toilet and showers, hot water is free, so great showers of a morning,there is a little flower garden on the touring field with fresh herbs growing which the gardeners said we were more than welcome to help ourselves too, the grounds are lovely. there is also a large fenced off dog excise area with balls, seesaw, jumps etc, our dog had great fun. the walks in the area are just wonderful and the locals are so friendly,we will be back to this little gem.
tracy whitfield (20th Jul 2011)