Where to stay

Are you looking for accommodation for this years Jack Up The 80s?

We have partnered with nearby Roebeck Country Park

Quote ‘Jack17’ when booking

 

Just 3 minutes from the Jack Up The 80s site!

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Roebeck Country Park is a family owned site set within 14 acres of rolling countryside, with fresh water lakes, ponds and private woodland to explore alongside a fruit orchard. The park enjoys panoramic views over the Ashey Valley and downs to the South and occupies a beautiful setting, secluded and tranquil just on the outskirts of Ryde town.

There are a selection of pitches available which are set well apart and enjoy picnic areas suitable for camp-fires in the evening. For caravans and motorhomes, each pitch has electric hook-up and water and is easily accessed via a tarmac drive. The camping field for tents is well drained and sheltered and you can choose a pitch with or without an electric hook-up.

A small kitchen is provided in addition to the newly constructed shower block, providing showers with hot running water and toilet facilities. Laundry washing and drying is available via a number of token-operated machines. 

Take the hassle out of camping and discover glamping in one of Roebeck’s pre-erected authentic Sioux style Tipis, situated slightly apart from the camping/touring fields around a fenced lake. An 18ft structure, with LED lights, mattresses for 2 adults and 2 children, bed linen and a fire basket with wood are included. Tipi’s are available for 3, 4 or 7 night stays.

Roebeck Country Park offers free Wi-fi. Children of all ages are welcome as are pets – charges and T&Cs apply. Please note Jack Up The 80s accepts no responsibility for the provision of this or any other camping facility.

Call 01983 562 505 or click here to visit the website

Remember to quote “Jack17” when booking

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Alternative accommodation

The Isle of Wight is the UK’s holiday Island. Check out visitisleofwight.co.uk for a great range of holiday accommodation across the Isle of Wight, whether you are looking for a quite spot to pitch a tent or something a little more luxurious from hotels to B&Bs, holiday parks to self catering cottages, let them help you find the perfect place to stay while you enjoy this great weekend of music and entertainment.

Alternatively the Isle of Wight Guru has reviewed 10 of the biggest and best holiday parks on the Isle of Wight side by side, to see how they compare on price, location and facilities. Take a look at their holiday park guide here.