Chichester Camping & Caravanning Club Site
England, South East, West Sussex, Southbourne
- +44 1243 373202
- Early February - Mid November
Alan Rogers Review
This small, neat site is just to the west of Chichester and north of Bosham harbour. Formerly an orchard, it is rectangular in shape with 58 pitches on flat, well mown lawns on either side of gravel roads. All pitches have 16A electricity, 42 with level hardstanding. Although the A27 bypass takes most of the through traffic, the site is by the main A259 road so there may be some traffic noise in some parts (not busy at night). Opposite the park are orchards through which paths lead to the seashore. Arrival must be before 20.00 unless prior arrangements have been made with the site manager.
Portsmouth is nearby with its ferry port and historic Naval Dockyard. Other attractions include Goodwood (racing), Chichester (Festival Theatre) and Fishbourne Roman palace, with Southampton and the New Forest a little further afield. There is no parking outside or overnight area for late arrivals.
The well designed, brick built toilet block is of first class quality. Fully tiled and heated in cool weather, with facilities for campers with disabilities (access by key). Washing machines and dryers. Gas supplies. No ball games permitted. Dogs can be walked in the lane opposite the entrance. Wi-Fi throughout (charged).
The park is near to the A259 Chichester-Havant road at Southbourne, 750 yards west of Chichester Caravans. Coming from the west, it is 2.8 miles from the A27/A259 junction near Havant.Link to campsite location map on google
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