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We have 12 campsites in England, spread across the New Forest, the Forest of Dean and Savernake Forest.

Most of our network is perfect for camping South England.

Each forest is saturated in nature's finest treats - free roaming animals, ancient and majestic trees and, most importantly, serenity.

Take a look at each of the campsites in these three forests and book your stay with us online, today.

About Camping in England

Most campsites in England boast extraordinary views across lakes, mountainous landscapes and grassy havens, often set in quaint villages and offering heaps of both strenuous and relaxing activities.

Regardless of where you go, you’re sure to be immersed in some idyllic version of the English outdoor life, and you’ll love it. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran who shudders at the thought of needless comforts, or an amateur with mixed feelings for tents, it’s hard to deny that camping is good for the soul. In fact, it’s probably one of the best holidays in England you’re likely to have.

Camping in England’s Ancient Woodlands

England’s ancient woodlands have been around since the 1600s or before, making them the most natural woodlands you’re likely to find in the UK. This makes these forests perfect for exploration, for incredible landscapes and the best settings for relaxing with a brew, family and friends.

With 12 lush forest campsites in the New Forest in Hampshire, the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire and the Savernake Forest in Wiltshire, we offer our own take of what camping in England really means.
Set amongst captivating woodlands, all of our campsites offer up their own unique take on the forest life, and with a range of facilities from back to basics to full toilet, shower and washing facilities, we cater for all kinds of campers.

Free roaming ponies and wildlife in the New Forest mean nature, wildlife and camping come together to form the perfect blend of outdoor life. Elsewhere discover the Forest of Dean, England’s first national park and largest oak woodland. Walks and cycle routes here are often accompanied with breathtaking views across the valley, and the River Wye offers perhaps one of the best rivers in England for canoeing and kayaking. 

Finally the Savernake Forest in Wiltshire, host to a number of statuses such as a Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a registered important historic park. Our Postern Hill campsite is situated perfectly to take in all this forest has to offer, from walking and cycling routes to simple serenity.

Take a closer look at our list of English campsites below, view the galleries and see why you should try camping at some of the most unique campsites in England.

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