From 1st April 2021 the car parking prices will revert to summer rates as detailed below. You can still park for FREE for up to 30 minutes.
Standard Parking Rates
Cars and Vans under 3.5 tonnes: £2.50 per hour, £15 8.00 am to 8.00 pm
Campervans and Motorhomes: £3.50 per hour, £20 8.00 am to 8.00 pm
Commercial Vehicles over 3.5 tonnes inc Minibuses/Coaches: £20 per hour, £80 8.00 am to 8.00 pm
Motorbikes: £5 8.00 am to 8.00 pm
Car Park (East)
There is a pay and display machine in the car park where you can pay on arrival
or departure, or at home up to midnight on the day of your visit
The machine accepts coins, cards, and contactless payments.
Alternatively, use your phone to scan the QR code displayed on the notice board
and pay via your mobile.
Please ensure you enter your full vehicle registration to avoid a parking charge being
issued by the parking & security contractors: Parking and Security Solutions Ltd.
Please note that if your car is in the car park after 8.00 pm you will receive a parking charge as the parking system is set to take payment between 8.00 am and 8.00 pm only.
For example - if you arrive late in the day at 6.00 pm you should only pay for 2 hours.
If you receive a parking charge Bawsey Country Park cannot assist you.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vehicles must not obstruct roadways, access points as they are required for
emergency and estate vehicles.
This car park is controlled by automatic number plate recognition and CCTV.
Images of your vehicle and its occupants may be recorded for the purposes of managing
the car parking areas.
All vehicles are parked at the owner's risk and neither Parking and Security Solutions Ltd
nor Bawsey Ltd take any responsibility for any damage or injury howsoever caused.
Parking is controlled by Parking and Security Solutions Ltd on behalf of Bawsey Ltd.
CCTV is in operation for the purposes of crime prevention and public safety as well as management of the parking areas.
Images recorded on-site may be disclosed to the police or law agencies in line with legislation.
Any vehicle parked in an incorrect manner will incur a parking notice.
The registered keeper's details will be requested from the DVLA and a charge will be sent in the post.