Which breeds of dog are allowed on parks? :

Which breeds of dog are allowed on parks?

Modified on Thu, 28 Dec 2023 at 02:49 PM

Dogs listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 may not be brought on to park, these include Pit Bull Terrier, Dogo Argentina, Fila Brasilieiro, Japanese Tosa and XL Bully. Even if your XL Bully dog has a Certificate of Exemption you will still not be able to bring them to park. If you have any further questions please speak to your park teams.

Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times whilst on park and you as the holiday home owner are responsible for the behaviour of your party's dog. If you have a dog that's behaving badly or affecting the comfort of other guests, we will ask you to take the dog away. Should we have concerns about the safety of others, or that your dog may not be under control, we will ask you and your party to leave the park.

On our parks that welcome dogs, you will be able to take your dog into certain areas of our restaurants, patios and terraces. Please bear in mind that you won’t be able to take your pet into our entertainment venues, or other public areas, including outdoor pools. 

Dogs are not permitted at Burnham-on-Sea Holiday Village with the exception of Cedars Lawn, The Oaks and Hawthorn Close.

Dogs are not permitted on pitches 1-60 Lakelands at The Orchards Holiday Village.

If you wish to bring any animal other than a dog, you must obtain written permission from the General Manager.

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