SUNFLOWER PARK is a small family run Campsite. Our aim is to make your stay with us a relaxed, peaceful and friendly one. Dogs are more than welcome at Sunflower Park, providing they are kept on a lead at all appropriate times and all fouling is disposed of immediately . We have a small outside kennel area (Kennels in each pen), that is available for campers to hire on a 24 hours basis if you wish to go off site and leave your dog behind, and have also recently provided a large dog run enabling your dogs to be let off to play without causing concerns for non-dog owners also camping with us. Not all campers will have pets with them so if none dog owners are visiting the site at the same time as yourselves we do just ask that you are mindful of this ensuring that your pets do not disturb the other campers stay. We have neighbouring horses on the adjoining land so would also ask that you ensure they are also not disturbed by your pets.
For anyone who is not a Fishing lover but enjoys walking and cycling SUNFLOWER PARK sits adjacent to and also on the boundary of LAUGHTON FORESTRY COMMISSION. Laughton Forest was originally planted by the Forestry Commission in 1927. Before this time, the area was mainly open heathland with ponds, small woodlands and shiftiing sand dunes. The forest still supports a wide range of these habitats, which include many locally and nationally rare plants, animals and birds.
Most of Laughton Forest is leased from Meynell Estate and public access is restricted. However, Tuetoes is owned by the FC and you are welcome to explore. Maps of the area at Tuetoes and the rest of the forest can be provided by us on request. Enjoy the tranquility of the woodland, an excellent place for relaxing walks and bike rides.
SUNFLOWER PARK is the perfect retreat for plant enthusiasts, animal lovers, bird watchers, fisherman and families . Here, the wildlife is flourishing, and the grounds provide a safe home for all surrounding wildlife. Stop by SUNFLOWER PARK to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience with Mother Nature.