About Fishers Park

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The Park, noted for its peace and tranquillity, occupies a convenient position in Hayling Island, and is only half a mile from the seafront and shops. All homes are connected to mains services (including telephone line) LPG gas is supplied by bulk tank, piped and metered into each home.

Hayling Island is a popular south coast holiday destination located close to the Hampshire/West Sussex border. The peninsula sits between Langstone Harbour and Chichester Harbour, approximately 10 miles west of Chichester.

Park Information - Detailed

Fishers Park has approximately 100 caravans.
All homes are connected to mains services, including a telephone line.
LPG gas is supplied by bulk tank, piped and metered into each home.
Laundry facilities are available on site.
The park has an onsite office manned by the Park Manager and team.
Fishers Park is dog friendly allowing one dog per caravan.
The Park is mainly used by retired and semi-retired people, although any age is welcome.
Fishers Park is located half a mile from the seafront and local shops with a bus stop within walking distance.

Fishers Caravan Park – a quiet oasis with water feature and island vibes

Fishers Park is actually 2 parks in one, combined they are formally named Fishers & Woodcot, but for simplicity we refer to them as Fishers Park.

The Park, noted for its peace and tranquillity, occupies a convenient position in Hayling Island, and is only half a mile from the seafront and shops.

From glorious coastline to extensive nature walks, there are plenty of activities for those seeking adventure and exercise. For those who prefer a more laidback approach, many landmarks and historical locations are a short distance away. And of course, for the shoppers you can quickly travel over to Portsmouth and the famous Gunwharf Keys shopping outlet to get your retail fix!

Fishers is a wonderful place to unwind, relax and enjoy the British summer season.

Fishers Caravan Park is a Member of the BH & HPA.

For further information, contact Mr Fred Blunsom on 02392 463 501 or email manager@fishers-park.com

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About The Local Area

Hayling Island is a charming and picturesque gem nestled along the south coast of England, situated within the county of Hampshire. Known for its stunning beaches, rich maritime history, and serene natural beauty, Hayling Island has become a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike.

Hayling Island Beaches

One of the island’s most prominent features is its long stretches of sandy beaches, which attract visitors year-round. The main beach, known as Hayling Beach, offers miles of golden sands perfect for sunbathing, picnicking, and enjoying a variety of water sports such as windsurfing, kite surfing, and sailing. The island’s coastal location also makes it an ideal spot for fishing enthusiasts, with plentiful opportunities to cast a line from the shore or charter a boat for deep-sea angling.

Historical Hayling

Beyond its scenic coastline, Hayling Island boasts a rich maritime heritage that dates back centuries. Historically, the island was a hub for fishing, oyster farming, and shipbuilding, and remnants of this maritime past can still be seen today in the quaint harbours and old fishing villages scattered across the island. One notable landmark is the Hayling Island Lifeboat Station, which has been providing lifesaving services to mariners in the area since the mid-1800s.

Nature Trails

Nature enthusiasts will find plenty to explore on Hayling Island, with an array of coastal walks, nature reserves, and wildlife habitats to discover. The Hayling Billy Coastal Path, a former railway line turned walking and cycling trail, offers panoramic views of the island’s coastline and is a popular route for outdoor enthusiasts. In addition, the island is home to several nature reserves, including the Sinah Warren and Northney Marshes, where visitors can observe a diverse range of bird species and other wildlife in their natural habitats.

Sites of Interest in Hayling Island

For those interested in history and culture, Hayling Island offers a number of attractions and points of interest to explore. The island is home to several historic churches, including the 12th-century St. Peter’s Church, which boasts a distinctive medieval tower and beautiful stained-glass windows. Additionally, visitors can learn about the island’s history at the Hayling Island Museum, which features exhibits on local archaeology, maritime heritage, and the island’s role in World War II.

Hayling Island: an ideal holiday location

In terms of amenities, Hayling Island offers a variety of shops, restaurants, and cafes catering to visitors’ needs. Whether you’re seeking a relaxing seaside retreat or an active outdoor adventure, Hayling Island offers something for everyone to enjoy amidst its idyllic coastal setting.

The Benefits of Holiday Caravan Ownership

Holiday caravans, also known as static caravans or mobile homes, have long been a popular choice for holiday accommodation in the UK. These cozy abodes offer a unique blend of comfort and flexibility.

Investing in a holiday caravan brings with it a host of benefits. Firstly, there’s the convenience of having a home away from home ready and waiting whenever the urge to escape strikes. No more worrying about booking accommodation or packing and unpacking – your holiday caravan is always there, ready to welcome you.

Secondly, owning a holiday caravan can be a savvy financial move. With the rising costs of holiday accommodation, purchasing a caravan provides a more cost-effective alternative in the long run.