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60 campsites in England, South

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On the banks of the Thames, not far from Henley-on-Thames, you will find the picturesque village of Hurley, where some buildings date back to 1086...

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Southland Caravan and Motorhome Club site is located in the grounds of a former nursery and it has matured nicely with many attractive shrubs and...

Burford Caravan and Motorhome Club site is an attractive and spacious destination, with beautifully landscaped pitching areas, children's play area suitable for all ages and...

Black Knowl (New Forest) Caravan and Motorhome Club site is within what was once the royal hunting forest of William the Conqueror and now a...

Henley Four Oaks Caravan and Motorhome Club site is within walking distance of Henley-on-Thames, noted for its world-famous Regatta. It is a popular site close...

As you top the rise on the approach road, you will see Rookesbury Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site splendidly set in tranquil parkland and...

Unfortunately the leased site, Bladon Chains is closed for the foreseeable future - Nearby alternative Caravan and Motorhome Club Sites include Moreton-in-Marsh or Burford, both...

Morn Hill Caravan and Motorhome Club site is an ideal site for an overnight prior to a cross channel sailing being just 14 miles from...

New Forest Caravan and Motorhome Club site is just 3 miles away from the pleasant village of Bransgore, you can find one the UK’s best...

Wyatts Covert Caravan and Motorhome Club site is surrounded by trees so that you feel tucked away in a green oasis. It is well located...

Old Barn is a small friendly park with downland views in a beautiful countryside setting. The park takes its name from the 17th-century thatched barn...

Part of the Shorefield Group, this is a peaceful, family-friendly holiday complex featuring caravan holiday homes set on the edge of the Hurn & Avon...

Hollands Wood is a large, spacious, 22 acre, secluded site in a natural woodland setting. It is set in the heart of the New Forest...

Diamond Farm is a spacious site five miles north of Oxford and within easy reach of the Cotswolds and Chilterns. The attractive, 300-year-old Cotswold stone...

Heritage Club is a naturist haven set in four acres of landscaped grounds surrounded by National Trust woodland, centrally placed for visiting Berkshire, Hampshire and...

In a spectacular position, Nodes Point overlooks Bembridge Bay and is set in 65 acres of parkland running down to the beach. This is a...

Setthorns Camping in the Forest is a secluded, back to basics, site surrounded by woodland. Throughout you will come across paths branching off in various...

Fishery Creek is set in a beautiful and quiet location adjoining a tidal creek of Chichester harbour. Of the 150 pitches, 90 are for touring...

Ninham is an attractive, well maintained park tucked in a wooded valley but only ten minutes drive to the bustling resort of Shanklin with its...

Holmsley Camping in the Forest site occupies part of what was once Holmsley Airfield in WWII, one of twelve New Forest wartime airfields and Advanced...

South

Rich in maritime heritage and historical attractions, the Southern region comprises tranquil English countryside boasting picture-postcard villages, ancient cities and towns, formidable castles and grand stately homes, coupled with a beautiful coastline and lively seaside resorts.

The south coast is a popular holiday destination for those looking for a beach holiday. Seaside resorts include Swanage, and Bournemouth, with its seven miles of golden sand. Also along this coastal stretch is Durdle Door, a natural arch that has been cut by the sea, and Europe’s largest natural harbour at Poole Bay. Nearby, the Isle of Purbeck is not actually an island, but a promontory of low hills and heathland that juts out below Poole Harbour. Across the water is the Isle of Wight, easily reached via a short ferry trip across the Solent. Rural Southern England comprises green rolling hills and scenic wooded valleys, with numerous walking and bridle paths passing through picturesque villages with quintessential English pubs. The New Forest, well known for its wild roaming ponies, is a distinctive, peaceful retreat. The River Thames weaves its way through the Thames basin and Chilterns area, passing charming riverside villages, castles, stately homes and beautiful countryside, including that around Oxford. This city of dreaming spires has lovely scenic walks, old university buildings to explore, plus a huge selection of restaurants, pubs and shops. Along the river you can go punting, hire a rowing boat, or take one of the many river-boat trips available.