Ings Mill Park Frequently Asked Questions

If you are interested in buying a caravan at Ings Mill Park, please use the drop down menu below to view our frequently asked questions. If you can't find what you are looking for, please message us using the enquiry form on this page or feel free to call us on 01539 821426.

Is it necessary to make an appointment to visit the Park and view the caravans for sale?

As the office is not permanently staffed, we would recommend that you make an appointment.

What are the Park fees and any additional running costs?

The annual Park fees for the 2019 season range from £3,220 to £3,350 inc. VAT depending on the size of caravan. A substantial discount is available for early payment. Rates and service charges were £489 inc. VAT for the 2018 season and are invoiced in April along with electricity which is an individual metered supply and is charged per unit at cost price. Caravans are provided with 2 x 47kg gas cylinders. A delivery service is available for replacement cylinders. All caravans must be insured.

How long can my caravan stay on the Park?

New caravans are sold with the benefit of a 15 year Licence Agreement.

Are you affiliated to a professional trade association?

Yes we are a member of the BH&HPA – British Holiday and Home Parks Association.

Can I let out my caravan?

Family and close friends are welcome to stay in your caravan but no form of commercial letting out is allowed.

Do you sell second hand caravans?

Yes we do sell second hand caravans. Normally the details are on the web site but please contact us as occasionally caravans become available at short notice.

Can I bring my own caravan onto your Park?

No, but we would be prepared to consider your caravan in Part Exchange.

Can my caravan be my permanent home?

No. A condition of our site licence is that caravans are for recreational or holiday use only.

Are dogs allowed on your Park?

Well behaved dogs are allowed on the Park. They must be kept under proper control and not allowed to despoil the Park or annoy other occupiers. We reserve the right to refuse certain breeds.

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