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An outstanding site sitting between Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst and Beaulieu, Roundhill campsite is the perfect example of New Forest camping. Stunning in itself with expansive open areas, a lake and sprinklings of ferns and trees, the picturesque Roundhill is finished with incredible forest surroundings just waiting to be explored.
A beautifully diverse site with a mix of open green pitches and quiet, secluded nooks, Roundhill has played host to thousands of blissfully happy campers over the years. Now it’s your turn to experience this delightful setting.

Roundhill is a well-kept site that remains beautifully natural, a staple for any camper. The paths that crisscross the sprawling site take you through impressive fields and heathlands, around a beautiful pond spot and in between the trees.

With 500 pitches you have plenty of spots to pick from, whether you go for a quiet spot hugged by majestic pines and birches and shady ferns, or for a more open space, you’ll be spoilt for wonderful views.

Once you’ve had your fix of on-site exploration, taking in all the site has to offer, you have plenty of options for day trips with Roundhill campsite as your base.

Wander right into the heart of the forest, with its heathlands and grand oaks, straight from the site. The New Forest Cycle route offers miles and miles of cycle tracks, and walkers are catered for with a plentiful choice of routes to follow.

Beyond the tracks there are plenty of villages to visit.  Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst and Beaulieu all just a drive away, or a cycle ride through the forest. Each of these offers a unique take on the traditional English village and all offer incredible eateries, drinking establishments and independent shops.

If you’re looking for a great site for your next camping trip, with views and plenty of opportunities to explore, Roundhill campsite is the answer. It couldn't be easier to book online today! 

Facilities available at Roundhill Campsite, New Forest

Directions to Roundhill

  • From Lyndhurst take the A337 towards Lymington.
  • Turn left at Brockenhurst on to the B3055 (towards Beaulieu).
  • After approximately 1.5 miles turn right into the site after approximately 1.5 miles.

Public Transport at Roundhill


South West trains:

Brockenhurst is on the Weymouth to London- waterloo mainline with over 100 trains a day stopping at the station.

Places to visit on this line include Winchester/Christchurch/Bournemouth and Poole.

There is also a service to Lymington town and pier every 30 minutes, ideal for day trips to the Isle of Wight.

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Ferries run from Lymington pier to Yarmouth throughout the day.

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Southern Vectis

Buses leave Yarmouth for Newport every 30 minutes 7 days a week where you can get a connecting service to most destinations 

The New Forest and surrounding area offers visitors to Roundhill campsite a whole range of fun activities and family days out to enjoy. You can go horse riding and cycling in the forest or head a little further afield to one of the area’s many attractions or simply sample some of the local food and drink on offer in one of the area’s many tea rooms, pubs and restaurants.

With the forest in such close proximity, you’ll never be short of things to do. Here are a few ideas to get you started. 

The Rose and Crown Restaurant, Brockenhurst
Ringwood Brewery, Ringwood
Paultons Family Theme Park, Home of Peppa Pig World
The Three Tuns Inn, Bransgore
The New Forest Activity Centre

You’ll find more information and New Forest attractions here.

Prices From
£19.00 per night (Two Adults)

At a Glance

  • Toilets and showers available
  • 500 pitches
  • Grass only pitches
  • Rally field available
  • Pets welcome
  • Open 26th March - 28th September
  • View our pricing guide

Contact Details

Roundhill Campsite, New Forest Beaulieu Road Brockenhurst SO42 7QL
01590 624344
Wonderful site
I spent the weekend at Roundhill for the first time and had a fantastic time. The staff were fantastic and the site itself is superb. It is a family site and as such there it is not silent, but it is big enough and has such a variety of pitch sites that if you want solitude you can pitch in an area that offers it. I camped about 20 meters from the Duke of edinborough site and yes, they did play football in the early evening but they were not disruptive or rude or disrespectful of other campers (unlike the donkey that ate my belt). My fibreglass tent pole fractured and I was about to give up and go home when the staff helped me find a replacement from some abandoned kit they had stored. The facilities on site were fine (it is a campsite, not a health spa). I read some of the other reviews and was a little apprehensive due to some of the comments but I had a fabulous time at a great site. Even though a swarm of donkeys did take an unhealthy interest in my clothes and one ate my belt.
Review by: Peter Diamond
Great weekend
We arrived Thursday evening at end of June and stayed to Sunday. Thoroughly enjoyed our time, large, lots of space to choose from. Flat ground good for pitching tent. Showers lovely and warm and clean, never had to queue. Great location. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Review by: Camping Frenches
Great Weekend
This was our first ever camp outside the garden, it didn't disappoint. We loved being able to pitch wherever we fancied, shower block has masses of hot water, plenty of toilets for which we never had to queue for. Yes, sometimes a little muddy under foot, but hey, you are in a field. We wanted a simple set up so that our children could play safely, entertain themselves and enjoy just being children, they had lots of fun and loved the cows and ponies roaming around. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Great location with several beautiful beaches near by. We will definitely visit again.
Review by: Jenny Taylor
first time at rounhill with a toddler
We had a great time however there are a few things on the site that need addressing firstly they could do with a couple of lower sinks in the bathroom for children to use,also a baby bathroom would be great and lastly when it rained on our last day about 2 metres infont of our tent was a hole that filled with water and was about the size of a garden pond which was not safe with an 18month old running around i know these things are minor but in my experience of camping if these things were sorted it would be a fantastic site
Review by: Leanna Trotter
Keep away!
After almost more of my life than I can believe (aged 64) I find that the site has become outrageously overpriced. Overrun with ponies which at times are rather vicious. I noted on a couple of stays this year that tents are being ruined by wild ponies! No control seems to prevail over children running around nor on late night (after 10:30 pm) noise either.I have been a visitor on a very regular number of times a year for rather too long to remember. I enjoy outdoor life and camping. I am going to continue visiting but would rather be happier than I am. On another note, whilst the 'facilities' have been 'upgraded' in recent years, the site was previously better and a basic site with happy campers is better than what soon may become a more modern site with no campers. Watch out Club, you have been warned and not just by myself!
Review by: John Shackford
Highly recommend
I stopped at Roundhill with my son for a few nights to use it as a base for sightseeing. I can not praise the site and staff enough, they were all friendly and very helpful. The facilities were spotless. Watch out for the ponies though, we had one in the tent trying to steal food, it got away with half a loaf of bread. We went on the dusk watch with Holly on the Sunday night and thoroughly enjoyed it, she was lovely and the deer and bats were great to see in the wild.
Review by: Tiger Tim Harris
Once great, now dangerous
As a family we have used Roundhill many times over the last four or five years. I have always enjoyed the site but as the years have passed the number of tent wrecking horses and donkeys that wander around all day has increased dramatically. We spent ?500 on a brand new tent this year with the sole purpose of using it at Roundhill. The donkeys let themselves in ripping the tent in several places and the horses not only ripped up the supports but tried kicking me and my kids. Sad to say we won't be back....we no longer have a tent to do so and my kids are now terrified of horses and don't want to go camping again. Had to leave early as the tent was trashed (as were others around our pitch) and the kids were scared every time a donkey or horse walked past, which is every 2 mins. Sorry Roundhill but never again.
Review by: Stuart McIntosh
First time at Roundhill and loved it, and had a great time. However we were in a campervan, so did not have the problems others seem to with tents and horses. The site is huge, and has some lovely places to camp. We went on the August bank holiday so it was fully booked. I can imagine it is even nicer if you went out of the school holidays. The Donkeys are very confident and have probably got used to people feeding them? The facilities seems inadequate for the numbers when we were there, huge queues to wash up etc.
Review by: Philip Cooper

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