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Hay Plains Holiday Park, Hay

Hay Plains Holilday Park, with its large well grassed sites and extensive range of accommodation, makes an ideal base to saty for a day or two, whilst visiting the many attractions and experiencing the warm hispitality of the town’s people, and vivid scenery to be found in and around Hay.

Features include drive through undercover ensuite sites; air conditioned and heated cabins from budget to two bedroom holiday units; colour TV, electric blankets and microwaves; crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils supplied; bedding BYO or hire available; Large drive through lawn sites with individual sullage and taps; lawned tent sites, powered and unpowered; modern, clean amenities block; babies bathroom; full laundry facilities; pool & children’s payground; camp kitchen including free BBQ, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, hotplate, sink, tables and chairs; on site kiosk & 24 hour STD phone.

Sorry, no pets allowed.

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Powered Site

Powered Site

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Standard Cabin



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