CARNEY POOLS STATEMENT – COVID-19
Hello everyone, we hope you are all staying safe and being alert in these Covid-19 times. Here at Carney Pools we are keeping up to date with all current government guidelines and we would like to reassure everyone that we are taking all precautions to safeguard everyone accessing the site.
We have recently re-opened toilets and showers but ask that you follow the social distancing for your own safety. We will endeavour to keep all welfare facilities as clean as possible, but also ask for your co-operation too in keeping the facilities as you found them. Please always follow the Covid-19 hand washing procedure and we request that all children are accompanied with a responsible adult when using the toilet facilities.
Thank you for your co-operation.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE CARNEY POOLS CAMPING AND CARAVANNING SITE
The site is adjacent to the two coarse fishing pools known as Carney Pools, with panoramic views towards Cannock Chase and the surrounding countryside.
The certificated site has five hard standings/grass pitches together with electric hook ups and is for Camping and Caravanning Club members only.
For touring caravans/camping and rallies we have a level seven acre field, sheltered by a well established hedge with fourteen electric hook ups, six of which are hard standing and grass so offer problem free caravanning even in the wettest of conditions. This area is open to all, so you do not have to be a member of any organisation to use it. The field is ideal for most events, D of E camping and classic car rallies. Both male and female toilets including an accessible toilet and two showers are in easy distance to the camping and caravanning field and CL site.
We welcome dogs. You can exercise your dog in the designated dog walk area in the caravan field. No dogs are allowed around the fishing pools at any time. Please keep dogs on a lead and all fouling must be collected by the owner and placed in the designated bin.
PLACES TO VISIT/ADMENITIES
Wolseley Bridge is less than one mile away, with a post office/shop and cash point within the petrol station. Bottled gas can be purchased from here too. There is a Vintage Inn Pub with good home cooking, an Indian restaurant/takeaway - with deliveries available to the site, a garden centre, craft and antique rooms and the well known Staffordshire Wildlife Trust Headquarters with visitor centre, cafe and walks. Other local attractions include The National Trust Shugborough Hall Estate, Amerton Farm Visitor Centre, Hednesford Races, Cannock Chase Visitor Centre and the National Arboretum.
Wolseley Bridge hosts canal walks too - Canalside Farm Shop is a worth a visit!