Motorhome Parking in Buckinghamshire.

The information is presented by local authority area.


Buckinghamshire County Council; Parking Page. Buckinghamshire County Council does not have any specific on street parking provision for Motor Homes and has no plans to provide any. We also do not have any plans to advertise motor home parking provision on the County Council's website. We have had no complaints about lack of provision for motor home parking or complaints from residents about nuisance parking by them. (Stated 10 October 2013).

Aylesbury Vale District Council; Parking Page, includes a note about Motorhome Parking.

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton Road Station, Quainton near Aylesbury, Bucks, HP22 4BY. Statement 10 February 2014: "Our car park is on hard standing and has no height restriction but it is for daytime parking only.".

Chiltern District Council; Parking Page. The council will look at updating the website with motorhome parking information but is not aware of ever having been contacted about this before so a low priority (Stated 28 August 2013). Best advice to anyone needing to park is to make a specific enquiry of the council before doing so.

Milton Keynes Council; Transport & Parking Page. Motorhome parking information can be found Here.

Bletchley Park, The Mansion, Bletchley Park, Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK3 6EB. A statement was received on 26 November 2015: "We do allow motorhomes to park on site. However, parking is limited so on busy days motorhome drivers may be asked to park elsewhere. We suggest Wellington Place pay and display car park (MK3 5NA), which is a 10 minute walk away. Also to note, we do not allow dogs on site, even if they are left in motorhomes or cars.".

Gullivers Land, Milton Keynes. An enquiry regarding motorhome parking was sent on 22 September 2013 and a further enquiry was sent in January 2015 but no reply has been received.

Olney Town Council; Home Page. An enquiry was sent to to the council on 8 January 2016, asking whether it is possible for daytime visitors in motorhomes to park in the three car parks for which the council is responsible. The following response was received on 11 January 2016: "The best place for motorhomes to park for daytime visitors is at Emberton Park, which is on the outskirts of Olney and just a 10 minute walk to the centre. Information on the park can be found Here.

South Bucks District Council; Any vehicle must fit into the standard size parking spaces and most car park entrances have height barriers, so only smaller motorhomes/camper vans would be able to gain access and park without causing obstruction. (Stated 30 August 2013). See note on the Car Parks Page.

Wycombe District Council; Parking Page. The majority of car parks have height restriction barriers ranging from 6'2" to 6'9" (details under each car park on the web site). A motorhome is permitted to remain in a car park providing that it fits correctly within the bay markings; Park & Ride Page. The Park & Ride site situated on Cressex Island has a height barrier of 6'9". The council is considering including information specific to motorhome parking on its web site (Stated 2 October 2013).

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Last updated: 18 May 2017
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