Looking for a place to camp in the UK ? Brighton Road, Lewes, East, Slap bang in the heart of the peaceful, undulating East Sussex Downs lies Housedean Farm Sussex, a 900-acre family-run place. Being right on the doorstep of some of rural England’s loveliest scenery, this is a walker’s dream. Surrender to the irresistible draw of the South Downs Way and get walking. You won’t regret it. After an exhilarating day exploring the winding trails, river valleys and Saxon churches of the South Downs Way you will no doubt be looking for a serene setting from which to watch the world go by. As luck would have it, Housedean Farm fits the bill perfectly.
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If you’re a newbie to camping and don’t want to make an expensive mistake by buying all the gear, the joy of staying here is all the basics are already set up for you in a North American style tipi tent. A 20 acre site with 25 tipis, these tall structures are set in secluded clearings and it’s just a 10 minute drive to Port Gaverne – where you can buy the freshest seafood to bring home and cook on your camp stove. They even provide the cooler box.
Visitors to Britain love the name New Forest; this area, now a national park, was established as a hunting ground in 1079 so it’s actually rather old, and there aren’t that many trees. The patches of woodland are interspersed with vast swathes of heather, gorse and grassland, giving the forest some big-sky vistas and a great feeling of openness. This sense of space continues at Roundhill Campsite, a perennial family favourite, where the grass is nibbled bowling-green short by local semi-wild ponies, and the surrounding traffic-free trails and service roads are perfect for junior bike rides.
Holden Farm Camping, Hampshire: A couple of hours south west of the city is this peaceful campsite where you can pitch up next to the bright and breezy meadows of the South Downs. At 700 acres, the actual farm is pretty spacious (it’s home to 150 woolly sheep), and the sizeable camping field means that pets, kids and your energetic mates have loads of space to roam. And your tent won’t be squished up next to anyone else’s. There are fire pits for evenings spent toasting marshmallows, but if you want to go further afield head to The Flower Pots pub in Cheriton or pretty market town New Alresford, just a short drive away.