The last few years we have been on a road trip around Easter, and usually spend a day or two in different places. This year, due to work commitments we decided to re-visit Esk in the Somerset Region. The last time we came here it was for the Esk Races in July, but that was many many years ago.
This trip, some things are the same and some are very different.
Locals like to describe the town as PicturEsk.
Esk Caravan Park
We were welcomed on arrival by Paul who was helpful and funny. The park is walking distance to the main street with cafés, grocery shop and hardware shop. As it was Easter the park was quiet busy, but it was still peaceful. It is a dog friendly park, and in fact the whole town of Esk is dog friendly. The park has two camp kitchens and a heated pool.
Our set up.
One of the two camp kitchens.
There are quirky items located in the camp kitchens.
The second and larger camp kitchen not only has a fully functional kitchen, it also has bbqs and three pizza ovens. It also has a fireplace and heaps of lovely tables and chairs.
Not sure what this is - maybe where one puts naughty children or husband's!