About the Park

The park is on well drained grassland with many pitches overlooking the tidal creek running along the top and a lake to one side, making it a truly waterside campsite. All of the pitches are grass with some having barked areas for awnings or Motorhomes. Many pitches benefit from a water frontage and are classed as prime pitches and available to book specially on request. All pitches are individually spaced with post and chain fencing to ensure visitors benefit from the spacious park layout. Tarmac or barked access roads lead to all pitches and to our private slipway.

There a many water points around the park for visitors’ convenience as well as a motorhome point.

Fishery Creek Touring Park has been awarded the Gold David Bellamy Award. The park is situated in a unique location, adjoining a tidal creek, and therefore is lucky to benefit from some unique wildlife. We are very keen to not only preserve this biodiversity we are privileged to have on our doorstep but to encourage it to flourish as well.

As you stroll about the park you will see various areas signposted:

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Gallery of images showing the beautiful Fishery Creek Touring Park  in Hayling Island Hampshire

Butterfly Bar 
These flower beds have been planted with high scented shrubs and flowering plants to support butterflies and other insect. They have ‘insect bricks’ near them too for the insects to use as nests.

Wildlife Verge 
An area of grass running the full length of the tidal creek has been left to grow, wild flowers providing a much needed ‘wildlife highway’ for the insect on the park.