Still Acres Touring and Camping Park, Marden Review

Saturday 10 June 2023


We've definitely caught the camping bug again! This time, we stayed at Still Acres Touring and Camping Park, as we wanted to stay close to home again in case Winnie wasn't a fan. Still Acres is about an hour and a half from us and the journey was really easy in the end despite the train strikes, the Epsom Derby and the FA Cup Final all happening whilst we were travelling. A quick jot down the M25! Find my full review of the campsite below:


A relaxing adults only atmosphere. I would say Still Acres is the most boujee campsite we have stayed at. When we first pulled up we were greeted with gates, we spoke through the intercom and were buzzed through and we drove down past all of the gorgeous grounds and pulled up at the campsite. We were given a clicker for if we needed to leave the grounds in exchange for a drivers licence. As usual, we selected an adults only campsite and it was beautifully quiet and peaceful, just what we needed after a rather stressful week!

- Super big, grass pitches which are assigned to you. I loved that the pitches were super big, well kept grassy areas big enough for all of your camping gear. You are also able to park on pitch which again, massive plus in my book! The pitches are also pre-assigned to you which I loved. You don't have to worry about ending up with a rubbish pitch as they're all the same size. The only thing which slightly differs is the amount of sun each pitch gets (see below).

The facilities!! I absolutely cannot fault the facilities. There was a seperate bin store away from the main facilities with recycling and immaculate toilets which catered for all. There were 3 toilets and 3 showers for both males and females with lots of added extras. The showers were lovely and warm and each cubicle had a seperate section for getting dressed. All the cubicles, both shower and toilet, were really roomy and spacious. My favourite little extra was the playing of the radio in the toilets, when I went for a wee at 4.30am, I was jamming out to Guns N Roses! A side note, they also had a 2 acre enclosed space for dogs to run around lead free which was amazing!!

Check out was at 11.30. This gave us plenty of time to get our bits together, pack down and also have a lie in!



Honestly there were next to no cons about Still Acres Touring and Camping Park. The two cons below are just me being particularly nitpicky.

- The thunderbugs. I don't really think this is an issue but with horses next door the thunderbugs came out in force when everyone began cooking their tea - unavoidable really and you expect bugs when camping!

- Pitches on the left hand side don't get much sun in the evening. When we return to Still Acres Touring and Camping Park, we would probably request to stay at the top of the field or to the right as it got a little chilly in the evening with no sun on the pitch at all. We did however bask in the glorious sun all day long so a break from the sun wasn't the worst thing in the world!



The above pictures are of Winnie absolutely loving life at Still Acres Touring and Camping Park. We absolutely hands down LOVED Still Acres. We wish we'd booked in for longer and we will definitely be returning. The facilities are second to none and £60 for two nights with electric hook up is more than reasonable. I've paid more per night for campsites with portaloos! We can't wait to book our next stay.

Overall, I award Still Acres Touring and Camping Park, a rare 5 tents out of 5.

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