General - The landscape of the Park varies from relatively flat areas to slopes. Some pitches have car parking spaces close to the holiday homes while others use one of the several communal car parking areas. There are one or more steps to access the holiday homes with many having decking to the side and front, depending on location. Dogs are allowed on the Park but should be kept on a lead. The Park adjoins the river Banwy with open access to the river, which is fairly shallow for most of the time.
Roads & Paths - Access around the Park is via tarmac roads which have a number of speed bumps, highlighted by yellow road marking paint, and a speed limit of 8 m.p.h.. Access from the road to the holiday homes varies according to location and may be via grass, intermittent concrete slabs or continuous concrete slabs.
Telephones - There is a public telephone on the Park, near the Washrooms. The Park Managers live on the Park and are available to contact the emergency services should the need arise. Mobile phone reception is good.
Amenities - There is a single step to the Park Reception which is also where mail is held for holiday home owners. The Washrooms are accessible without using steps but none of the cubicles are specifically designed for disabled use. The children's play area is of wooden construction and is surrounded by wood chip safety flooring. There is no shop on the Park but a small general store is about two miles. There is limited public bus service near the Park. There is a central collection point for refuse.
Holiday Homes - We sell new and preowned holiday homes, but do not rent, the design of holiday homes varies enormously, they are rarely designed for specific disabilities. Some do have wider doorways, hallways and spaces around the beds which would make wheelchair use a possibility although it is likely that further adaptation would be necessary, however some manufacturers offer new holiday homes made specifically for wheelchair use. All holiday homes are connected to electricity, gas (propane), water and drainage.
Touring - The touring pitch area is relatively flat with electricity hook ups and water supply, the waste disposal being to the rear of the Washrooms.
Environmental Policy Statement
Riverbend Caravan Park is committed to providing high quality service to all customers, visitors and staff in a manner that ensures a safe and healthy environment for visits and work, whilst minimising the potential collective impact on the environment. We endeavour to use pollution prevention and environmentally sound methods and practices in all that we do.
Aims & Objectives
- Work to enhance the value of our park for wildlife.
- Help our customers to do their bit for the environment, by encouraging recycling and environmental awareness, both on the caravan park and at home.
- Help our customers to enjoy and respect the wildlife on the park and to participate in its conservation.
- Reduce the pollution and waste produced by park operations by using natural resources in a responsible way.
- Work as a "good neighbour" in our locality by supporting our local community, the local economy and local conservation & environmental projects.
- Reduce the consumption of all raw materials (including water), energy and supplies on our park.
- Train employees in environmental matters, to promote and encourage them to take a lead on environmental improvement projects, and in so doing enable them to pass on information to visitors to take on conservation projects.
- Expect high environmental standards from all our suppliers and contractors, using environmentally safe and sustainable products where economically possible.
- Comply with the requirements of relevant environmental legislation and approved codes of practice.
- Periodically assess the environmental impact of all current and likely future operations on the park and local area.