Harrison's Rocks campsite and toilets open for business

Posted by Rob Dyer on 30/04/2014
Harrison's Rocks toilet block. Photo: www.southernsandstoneclimbs.co.uk

The toilet block at Harrison's Rocks has recently been repaired by Sport England’s contractors following significant damage to the block during winter 2012/13.

This means the Julie Tullis Memorial Campsite is also open for business now that the facilities are back up and running. New signs will be going up shortly on site, but in the meantime the campsite is open, even if there are no signs up.

The parking charges currently are £1 for cars and £3 for vans/minibuses; camping is £4 per person per night. Please be honest and pay using the donations boxes if no one is around to collect money.

Some of the campsite areas have been re-seeded with grass seed and temporarily cordoned off to give the grass a chance to establish itself – please keep off these sites for the next few weeks while they are taped off.

Fingers crossed for a good, dry summer and plenty of opportunities to sample Harrison's great routes and problems!



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