Can't bear to leave your four legged friend in kennels? Worried they won't get the same love you give them from family and friends? There's no need to leave them behind when you visit Discover Parks!
We love well behaved dogs at our parks and we've got plenty to keep them happy!
Whether you own a holiday home on one of our parks, are visiting us in your tourer, or staying in our self-catering properties, at Discover Parks you can bring all of the family including Fido to our dog friendly holiday parks in North Herefordshire and on the Wales border.
We have pet friendly static caravans to rent at Pearl Lake and Rockbridge, cottages to rent at Pearl Lake, or timber lodges at Arrow Bank. All our touring park areas are dog friendly.
Select your park and book your stay
Arrow Bank Park
Pearl Lake Park
All three parks have enclosed dog exercise fields where you can let your dog off the lead (on lead when walking around the park)
All parks are set in fantastic countryside with heaps of walks for you and your dog right on the doorstep.
Arrow Bank has open fields surrounding the park with cut grass footpaths.
Pearl Lake has 20 acres of woodland walks as well as direct access to surrounding footpaths.
Rockbridge has a lovely country wander in to nearby Presteigne as well as Offa Dykes Path for something more challenging
Many local attractions, cafés and pubs also welcome dogs which means your dog can join you whenever you want to enjoy a family day out.
Dog wash - for clean coats!
No need to worry about mucky paws messing up your caravan, cottage or holiday home. You won't have to put up with that unique wet dog smell after a walk in a rain.
Give your dog a wash in their very own facilities - available on all three parks.
A shower, set to warm so as not to scald, over a raised shower base so you don't have to bend over or strain your back. We even have steps so that you don't have to lift your dog into the shower! A large easy to clean plughole and a gentle gradient to drain away the water all make for a great experience for you and your dog(s).
After your hound has taken the opportunity to shake itself all over you (obviously) we even have a hair dryer (again temperature controlled) to get them dry and comfortable - and smelling of roses!
We think your dog will love our dog washes, we hope you do too!
Walk on the parks
Enclosed dog runs
Bring your dog
Local pubs and cafes
Lakeside Bar & Bistro
Pet Rules - OK?
We go to great lengths to ensure that everyone who stays with us enjoys a clean, fresh environment, and we always clean our accommodation and public areas more thoroughly after pets have visited. There are obvious challenges to this, and we ask that pet owners help us to maintain our high standards for the next guest by following our guidelines:
You may only have 2 dogs (other than any of the breeds subject to the Dangerous Dog Act 1991).
We understand dogs bark, particularly in the presence of other dogs. If your dog(s) become agitated or excitable please use the exercise space to burn off their energy. There's no ban on barking but we'd like to keep it from ruining the relaxed atmosphere in the park.
Self -catering guests - please bring your own pet bedding to protect our bedroom carpets and soft furnishings. Please do not allow dogs to sleep on beds.
All the usual rules around dogs in the countryside apply - please observe the countryside code, keep dogs on a lead around livestock, and please ensure waste is removed from public areas and disposed of safely. There are a number of waste bins around the park.
All pets must be under your control, or of a responsible adult in your party, at all times. Please don't leave your dog under the supervision of anyone under 18. Do not leave any pet unsupervised in the caravan or anywhere on the park at any time. These rules apply even if the dog knows the park well and you believe them to be well-behaved.
If you do not supervise and control your dog we will ask you to remove it from the park straight away. We cannot allow the safety of others to be put at risk.
If you see a dog on the park which doesn't appear to be supervised by or under the control of a responsible adult, or whose behaviour gives a cause for concern, please let us know.
Assistance dogs are welcome.