We try to be pretty flexible as we just want you to come and enjoy our great space, however there are a few things we do ask...
Our site is for families who want to utilise the river and enjoy the birds/bees/wildlife, as parents of two young children, we know children get excited but this is a place for quiet relaxation for all guests. Therefore please no screaming and shouting. Please do not allow children to run through other pitches (especially due to Covid-19). Children must be supervised at the play area, which closes at dusk, and during use of the toilet/shower facilities. Remember, Three Rivers is along the Waveney River and surrounded by open, tidal water, children must be supervised at all times - please bring life jackets/buoyancy aids if you feel your children may need them.
Nature play is encouraged, however please if your children pull out sticks/branches/stones etc onto the field/into the mown bays please can you return them to where ever they came from before you leave as they can be a danger if not seen when mowing.
Smoking is discouraged on site please discard of butts appropriately and be conscious of fellow campers.
Campfires are only allowed in firepits that are held off the ground we don`t want burn marks all over our field. If you don’t have one we have some available for hire. Please empty all BBQs and fire pits safely in our designated metal bins provided at the bin area, so we don`t have any unwanted wild fires! Sometimes due to dry weather conditions we may have to ban fires. You are welcome to bring your own logs or we have some available for sale but please do not "forage" the site as this does disturb the natural ecosystem on site.
Please refer to our Fire Safety guidelines.
Caravan and motorhomes guests, please ensure that you have carried out safety checks on your own cooking appliances and that you are equipped with fire blankets and safety equipment.
Quiet and well behaved pets are welcome, barking/noisy pets may be asked to leave - sorry no refunds. Please clean up after your pets and keep them on leads in respect of the other campers.
Please keep the noise levels down for our surrounding neighbours. This means no loud music and please turn off any music by 9pm, no running of cars after 9pm unless you are arriving late for your stay or returning from an evening out. Please keep noise levels down until 9am as well please.
The Waveney Valley is a natural spot of beauty and part of the Broads National Park so no bright/neon lights, flags or light poles or any other things that may disturb the wildlife or our villagers, Geldeston prides itself on it’s “darkness”. Please no lights higher than your tent/caravan/motorhome, warm white fairy lights are fine in awnings, gazebos and around wind breaks.
Please remember this is a family run site so cleaning up after yourself is greatly appreciated. We are keen to recycle, so please try and follow the signs on site, normal waste is acceptable but please do not leave broken furniture or equipment behind.
In the event of a lightning storm we ask guests not to use the facilities as The Boat Shed does not have lightning protection. If you choose to use it in a lightning storm its at your own risk.
Bring a washing up bowl - we have an outdoor washing up area but it’s easiest and more hygienic to wash up in your own bowl.
We do not accept anything other than breathable ground sheets in order to maintain healthy grass for the next guest.