Apollo Sun Club
England, South East, West Sussex, Hurstpierpoint
- 07472 073262
- Open (touring pitches):
- Easter - late September.
Alan Rogers Review
This small, well established, family orientated, naturist campsite is run by and for its members. It is within ten miles of Brighton and the Sussex coast. The site is ideal for campers wishing to try naturism for the first time without pressure to disrobe until comfortable to do so. The site, in just under six acres of ancient woodland, has extensive sunbathing lawns and many quieter spots. There is plenty of room for eight caravans or motorcaravans (10A electricity), three of them hardstandings, and room around the site for tents. One chalet can be rented. The communal barbecue (most Saturdays) and occasional spit roast, solar-heated swimming pool, and clubhouse are all popular gathering points.
Brighton is a lively town, well known for its entertainment and pier. A new attraction is the 45-metre observation wheel with panoramic views over the town and the English Channel. A little closer to the campsite, there are vineyards offering guided tours and wine tasting events. The Sussex Downs are full of interesting formal gardens and ancient sites. Nearby is the prehistoric Cissbury Ring hillfort and Neolithic flint mine.
Two sanitary blocks with mainly open, pushbutton showers, one private cubicle per block. No laundry. Dishwashing and cooking facilities with use of fridge-freezer. Clubhouse. Solar-heated swimming pool. Sauna (£1.50). Short tennis court. Snooker. Darts. Barbecue and spit roast. Chalet to rent.
- Childrens Play Area
- Outdoor Pool Heated
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- TV on Site
From A23 southbound, take B2118 Hurstpierpoint, immediate left into Mill Lane. In 0.2 miles, right into Langton Lane. In 0.8 miles turn right (small sign ‘ASC The Weild’) then right fork to first security gate. At second gate press bell and wait to be admitted.
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Latitude Longitude 50.94855 -0.19245
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