Alan Rogers Review
Washington is a pleasant campsite to the north of Worthing with a bias towards tenting families and groups. It provides only 21 hardstanding pitches for caravans and motorcaravans and a large gently sloping grassy field with enough space for 40 tents. There are 23 electric hook-ups (16A, on meter £1.00). There is some road noise from the A24. Local attractions (all with free admission, check opening times) include Highdown Chalk Gardens at Worthing, Nutbourne Vineyard near Pulborough, and Steyning Museum.
Parham House is another beautiful privately owned house and garden worthy of a visit. Brighton with its famous Pavilion, plenty of shops and seafront is within easy reach.
A heated, wooden chalet-style building houses the sanitary facilities including spacious shower rooms (20p) and indoor dishwashing and laundry facilities. No on-site shop but eggs can be bought from the reception office. Hot drinks machine and freezer.
- All Year
- Bar Nearby
- Seaside Beach Nearby
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
Site entrance is just east of the junction of A24 and A283 at Washington, 6 miles north of Worthing.