Alderstead Heath Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a surprisingly rural site given that it lies just 35 minutes from central London by train. It is also well located for exploring the North Downs and is situated on the Pilgrim’s Way. There are 181 touring pitches, all with 16 amp electricity connections. Most pitches are on well-kept grass and there are also 71 hardstandings. Given the proximity of the M25 and M23 motorways, this is a convenient stop en route to and from Dover. Care must be taken to follow the campsites directions, rather than sat nav as many of the approaches to the site are width/height restricted. There are numerous walks and cycle routes to explore in the area. The site has undergone extensive renovations (2020) including the refurbishment of the upper amenity block and a new amenity block in the lower part of the site. 3 accommodation units are available to rent.
An attractive wooded area surrounds the site with some concrete tracks that were laid during the war for tanks in preparation for the D-Day landings. There can be occasional noise from the nearby clay pigeon shoot. There's an abundance of attractions and day trips to choose from, options include family theme parks such as Chessington World of Adventures, National Trust properties such as Chartwell, some beautiful gardens including RHS Wisley, and several racecourses. Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking is another nearby attraction that is well worth the visit. Whether you’re camping or touring, this campsite is a great way to explore Surrey.
N.B. Non-members may join on site and make a substantial saving on pitch fees, please speak to site staff for more details and to check pitch availability before arrival.