Welcome To Spring Paddock CL
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Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
We look forward to welcoming you to Spring Paddock Caravan & Motorhome CL Site, which offers and ideal location for a relaxing break within the County of Staffordshire, home of many beauty spots and wonderful wildlife. The site comprises of five hard standing gravel flat pitches surrounded by a well maintained grassed area, all pitches are serviced with a 16 amp electric pedestal and night light providing a five star experience for our guests with complimentary WIFI available.
A courtesy vehicle is at hand for you motor home owners, allowing you to travel the local area with ease. Access to the site is direct from the A34, and entranced via a fob operated barrier providing a high level of security and privacy. Spring Paddock benefits from all of the wildlife Staffordshire has to offer, making in a haven for Deer, foxes, Badgers, Owls, Buzzards and so much more, take a walk threw the many pathways and walks that Cannock Chase has to offer which is on the door step of Spring Paddock and take in at first hand its true tranquillity and beauty.Enjoy freshly laid eggs for breakfast from our very own free range hens, before you take advantage of the large fenced Dog exercise field, giving your four legged friend the opportunity to run free off the lead and play happily and secure.
Situated adjacent to Cannock Chase which is an area of outstanding natural beauty.Offering an ideal base for those seeking a relaxing break.For those wanting a more active stay, Cannock Chase hosts numerous outdoor activities such as renowned cycle routes, a horse trekking centre and Go Ape Complex.The area of Staffordshire also boasts many historical sites including Stafford Castle, Shugborough Hall and Lichfield Cathedral. Stafford town centre, just a short drive away, offers many shops, bars, restaurants, a theater and cinema.
Facilities : Adults only, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Electric hook up available, Hardstanding serviced pitches, Toilet, Shower, Easy access, Dogs welcome, TV reception good, Wi-Fi available.
Nearby : Shop, Restaurant/Pub, Theater and Cinema
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £19
Immaculate site, excellent facilities, (especially the toilet/shower block), and perfect hosts. Proximity to the A34 does produce a little road noise at certain times of the day, certain days of the week, and wet weather conditions. However, seasoned travellers will have ear defenders, and we've stayed at CL sites where the noise pollution has been considerably worse, and come from other guests, a far worse problem. Excellent pub, The Chetwynd Arms, within walking distance, and a large, enclosed adjacent field for dog walking. Well stocked reception with quality local fayre, and an excellent base for exploring a plethora of local historical sites. Just 45 mins from NEC, Birmingham. Also adult only, a bonus for some. 9/10, and only because of the nearby A34. Pretty much faultless otherwise. Martin & Deborah, thank you, very much. We will be back. ;-)
Organising the booking and paying the fee was simple and straightforward. On arrival we were provided with an information pack and six free eggs. There's a small shop in the site office with the basics and a lovely range of Mrs Darlington jams etc. The ground is very firm. The pitches are level and posh gravel. They are well spaced out. The toilet block is immaculate. One toilet and shower each for the males and one for females. Radio playing. Even display comical postcards for a smile a day. The facilities are amazing. The only downside for us was being on the A34 so traffic noise is more or less constant. This didn't bother us at all just thought I would mention it in case you're light sleepers. In short an amazing site run by a lovely couple.
This site is brilliant with lovely spaced pitches and immaculate facilities. It is ideally placed for visits to Cannock Chase. The site is very dog friendly with a secure exercise field. The only downside is the A34 road which is adjacent to the site. This can be very noisy at times with tractors, lorries and ambulances regular passing. It didn’t bother us much as we live near a fairly noisy road but I would imagine some people would find it fairly annoying. The ducks were hilarious with their regular visits to the camping field every evening. The complimentary hens eggs were delicious. We would return.
We spent 4 nights at Spring Paddock in September, and chose it because of so many positive reviews. From the minute we arrived we knew that was a good decision. As we pulled into the drive, my husband said, 'This is like a mini club site', and over the 5 days there was nothing else we could think of that could have been provided. Deborah greeted us with a cheery smile and a sanitised key fob, and gave us a quick tour of the facilities. The site was level and clearly marked out. After pitching, we were asked to bring the car to an adjacent parking area, a policy which clearly helps keep the grass in brilliant condition. Deborah was forever cleaning and tidying and weeding round the site, so the site generally and the toilet block were spotless: but all her work was unobtrusive and the 'rules' didn't feel like over-regulation. This was our first trip away this year because of the Covid restrictions, and although we had charged the battery, it failed and our fridge didn't work. Martin kindly loaned us a leisure battery for two days until we could buy a replacement, and found us some (covid secure) space in the office fridge. We were a bit worried because some reviews had mentioned road noise, and some made it sound as though they were within feet of the M6. There was a tiny bit of traffic noise as people travelled to and from work morning and evening but it was hardly noticeable and didn't disturb us at all. It was an easy drive or walk to Cannock Chase from the site and we saw plenty of deer and birds, including a kestrel which circled within feet of us. We left for home with a jar of delicious onion relish from the site shop and a promise to return in the near future.
From North - take the A34 south from Stafford towards Cannock. Approximately 0.5 miles after passing the Chetwynd Arms on your right at Brocton take the 2nd Bendall turn just after the bus stop on the right down Common Lane. Site entrance is approximately 50 metres on the right.
From South - take the A34 from Cannock towards Stafford. After passing Buxtons on the left, continue for a further 0.5 miles and turn left into Common Lane sp Bendall. Site entrance is approximately 50 metres on the right.