Alan Rogers Review
Stubcroft Farm is a six-acre family run site, set in a rural location with an emphasis on protecting the environment. The site is split into five separate areas and has 120 pitches 45 with hook up’s (10 of these are hardstanding) and a further 45 non-electric pitches for tents.
The separate areas work well as families tend to be in the far field where there is plenty of space to enjoy games and activities. Whilst those requiring peace and tranquillity will find it in the other fields.
The site is well laid out with spacious pitches which has a very relaxed friendly feel about it and there is much open space to play football and various outdoor games and activities. The campsite has a really friendly family atmosphere.
Eco chemical products are only allowed to be used on-site, as well as a very efficient recycling scheme in place. Beach clean up kits are available and are very popular as they encourage the children to protect the environment. Near the campsite are some of the best sandy beaches on the South Coast. Bracklesham Bay is a long curving sandy bay that runs from Selsey Bill in the East to the famous sand dunes at West Wittering that forms the entrance to Chichester Harbour. The campsite is a 15-minute walk to the village’s of East & West Wittering, where there is an abundance of Local Shops, Restaurants and Supermarkets