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The best places to camp in Sussex and Hampshire according to Google reviews

ByDebra J. Aguilar

Aug 8, 2022

Here are some of the most popular campsites according to Google reviews.

Oven Campsite on Hayling Island is family-friendly with 280 pitches, including a large dedicated tent campground and space for caravans and motorhomes. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, on-site boutique and cafe.

Rookesbury Park Club Campsite in Hundred Acres Road, Wickham has been awarded four and a half stars on Google reviews. At the gateway to the South Downs, it is set in tranquil parkland filled with hedgerows and trees in the valley, with Bere Forest on the edge.

Camping is a great way to experience the outdoors.

Lewes Secret Campground received a five-star review on Google, with one reviewer saying, “One of the best sites I’ve visited in terms of plots and beauty.”

Described as “real camping with nature”, it has solar-powered hot showers, an electric car charging station, flush toilets, a washing area with plenty of hot water , a refrigerator and a freezer, many wheelbarrows for the transfer of material and firewood.

Dogwood Camping and Glamping is located in Rye. Here you can pitch your own tent or take advantage of its on-site bell tents.

Fairfields Farm sits on the Pevensey Levels, an Area of ​​Natural Beauty and one of East Sussex’s four National Nature Reserves. The Levels cover over 10,000 acres between Eastbourne and Hastings.

Beech Estate Campground has a 4.8 star rating with 125 reviews. It is located on the edge of a 600 acre forest near Battle in East Sussex. Off-grid camping offers both wild glamping and real camping.

In West Sussex, there is Nunnington Farm, which is a short distance from the village of West Wittering.

The location is ideal for dogs as they have reserved a large area on the farm for guests to exercise their dogs off leash, however dogs must remain strictly on a leash at all times on the main campsite.

Sumners Ponds Fishery and Campsite at Barns Green near Horsham is set in peaceful countryside amongst 100 acres of lakes, woodland and pasture.

The campsite itself has high quality camping facilities, acres of woodland, a working farm and fishing lakes. It has been rated 4.5 stars with 900 reviews on Google.

Fox Wood Campsite in Patching not only offers camping and a range of facilities, but also hosts a number of events throughout the year, from a circus school to birds of prey demonstrations .

Most sites also have space for caravans if camping isn’t your thing, and options for safari lodges and bell tents to add something a little special.

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