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Stoats Farm

Isle of Wight, England Show on map

  • Last booked 2 days ago
  • Quiet family and dog friendly site
  • Located at the most Westerly point of the Isle of Wight
  • Five star newly built facilities and shop

Broadhembury Holiday Park

Kent, England Show on map

  • Last booked 11 hours ago
  • Open all year round and offers excellent facilities
  • Lovely, tranquil meadow area strictly for adults
  • Excellent centrally heated toilets and showers
  • Back-to-basics camping with hot showers and toilets
  • Quiet Location in the beautiful Test Valley
  • Big pitches and great views of the Hampshire countryside
from £25.00 per night

Lincoln Farm Park

Oxfordshire, England Show on map

  • Last booked 11 hours ago
  • We are a multi award wining site with on-site shop
  • We have two heated pools, Gym, Games room and a a children's play area
  • We are based in a quiet location ideal for exploring the Cotswolds

Sumners Ponds Fishery & Campsite

West Sussex, England Show on map

  • Last booked 11 hours ago
  • Unique and beautiful spot set in tranquil West Sussex countryside
  • 100 acres of lakes, woodland and pasture
  • Two Lakeside Log Cabins with their own private fishing veranda
from £121.00 per night
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South East England

The freedom to do as you please is what camping holidays in South East England are all about. This extensive area of England is known for its sandy beaches, pretty villages, historic sites and unique attractions. Wherever you choose to stay, you’ll find a good choice of well-maintained caravan parks, camping and glamping sites offering budget-friendly accommodation across South East England.

Camping Options in South East England

From the extensive South Downs National Park to lively Brighton Beach and Pier, you’ll find glamping lodges, huts and yurts across South East England along with modern caravan and camping sites with pristine amenities, well-equipped campers’ kitchens and enough activities to keep the whole family happy.

The counties of East and West Sussex are a great area for staycations. They offer a host of tent pitches, caravan and campervan sites with electric hookups and luxury glamping accommodation with hot tubs. These twin counties boast over 100 miles of spectacular coastline bordered by the English Channel.

South East England is a great choice for a fun staycation with campsites just a short drive from Windsor Castle, Windsor Great Park and Legoland. There’s something for everyone to look forward to. Fans of Downton Abbey will not want to miss a day at Highclere Castle where the popular TV series was filmed.

History and heritage in South East England

South East England campsites are spread across this sunny corner of England and include landmark attractions such as Kent oast houses and the White Cliffs of Dover. History lovers will appreciate the many historic sites in this area of England that date back to Saxon, Roman and Norman times.

Ancient castles, battlefields and museums are within easy reach of serviced pitches for caravans and campervans touring South East England. Visit Runnymeade, where the Magna Carta was signed, and explore the famous site of the Battle of Hastings. The ancient cities of Canterbury and Chichester are steeped in history with their impressive cathedral buildings and old town streets.

Naval history comes to life when you book a South East England staycation near Portsmouth. This historic harbour city remains the base of the Royal Navy with modern warships moored just a cannonball’s reach from more historic warships.

The Historic Dockyard is now a living museum on land and sea. Check out the preserved Mary Rose, the pride of Henry VIII’s fleet which sank in the Battle of the Solent over 500 years ago. See HMS Victory, Nelson’s famous flagship and enjoy a narrated boat trip around this amazing port. It will be the highlight of any staycation in South East England.

Family-friendly camping in South East England

The South East of England is ideal for family holidays with plenty of safe sandy beaches and a host of fun attractions. Enjoy a day at a theme park such as Legoland Windsor, Drusillas Park in East Sussex or Blackgang Chine on the Isle of Wight.

You find plenty of family-friendly places to stay nearby, such as quirky glamping treehouses, spacious yurts with real beds, and farm campsites with lambs and baby animals to feed and pet.

Animal attractions are always a winner on family-friendly camping holidays. South East England has plenty to choose from including Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, Birdworld in Surrey, Eastbourne Aquarium and the award-winning Sea Life attraction near Brighton campsites.

Little monkeys in the family will also enjoy a day at Go Ape, riding through the treetops on zip-lines, swings and rope bridges.

Weekend camping breaks

The beauty of camping pitches and serviced caravan sites in South East England means that if you live around London and the Home Counties, they are practically on your doorstep. In a couple of hours you can be swapping crowded supermarkets and traffic jams for quiet country pubs and scenic countryside. Opt for a staycation in South East England and you’ll be surrounded by nature and outdoor recreation.

Green space, flora and fauna can be enjoyed on hikes and bike rides in the extensive South Downs National Park, the Chiltern Hills AONB or the High Weald around historic Hastings. It’s a great area to escape to for a weekend break with pet-friendly campsites, quirky glamping lodges and spacious yurts to easily accommodate family and groups of friends.

More reasons to go camping in South East England

Enjoying a camping break in South East England surrounded by nature is proven to be good for your health. It doesn’t come better than waking up in your tent to the sound of happy birdsong and the smell of breakfast sizzling on the campfire.

Best of all, camping breaks in South East England don’t have to cost a fortune with so many free things to see and do nearby. Go hiking, explore pretty villages, enjoy beach picnics, climb the nearest hill or bring your bicycle and explore forest trails and riverside haunts.

With so many places to enjoy a romantic break or weekend staycation in South East England, you need to plan a few extra camping breaks to make the most of these amazing experiences.

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