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Hollands Wood is the perfect retreat for both mind and body. Celebrity broadcaster and environmental campaigner David Bellamy described this site as one of his 'Paradise parks'. Set amongst 22 hectares of beautiful oak woodland - the ideal backdrop for relaxation or an action-packed break - you can see why. Visit once and you'll want to come back again and again.


It's not easy to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. Finding the time and the place to 'get away from it all' is a challenge for each of us. This is where Hollands Wood steps in; to help you disconnect, step back and take a deep breath of fresh air - a spa for the mind and body.

Giant oak trees surround the pitches at Hollands Wood, sunlight pierces the canopy, and rich green hues colour the landscape as far as the eye can see. With the natural features of the land still in place, pitches weave through the treelines, amongst the ferns and into slightly more open land, giving plenty of camping options. 

Stay at our Hollands Wood campsite and you’ll find out what peace and quiet really means. Surround yourself with boundary-less green space and relax in one of Hampshire’s, if not the UK’s, most serene places.

When you’re done resting take off into the forest surrounding the site. Go by bike or on foot and enjoy the 143 miles of track and paths running throughout the glorious woodlands.

Nearby villages include the beautiful Brockenhurst with its abundance of restaurants, pubs and shops. The expansive picnic site at Balmer Lawn, next to the Lymington River, is a popular choice for both visitors and residents, and has provided an idyllic setting for countryside lunches for many years.

With its friendly, welcoming atmosphere, Hollands Wood is perfect for all campers. It's the place to surround yourself with the incredible oaks and green space of the New Forest, the place to temporarily turn your back on the outside world – go on, book with us today!


Facilities available at Hollands Wood Campsite, New Forest

Hollands Wood is a perfect campsite, and we want everyone to experience its beauty. That’s why the site has facilities including toilets, showers, dishwashing facilities and more.

Please note this site does not offer electricity.

Directions to Hollands Wood

  • Leave the M27 at junction 1, then at the roundabout take the 1st exit on to the A31 (signposted Cadnam, Lyndhurst, A337, A336).
  • At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A337 (signposted Lyndhurst).
  • At the T-Junction in Lyndhurst turn left onto the A35 (one way) signposted All Traffic.
  • Turn right on to the A35 (one way) signposted Lymington, Brockenhurst.
  • Keep in the left hand lane then continue forward onto the A337 (signposted Lymington, Brockenhurst). The campsite is on the left before you reach the Balmer Lawn.
  • Turn left at the Camping sign - Hollands Wood - as you enter the 30mph speed limit on the edge of Brockenhurst.

Note: Please do not use the postcode for satnav directions.

Public transport around Hollands Wood

Trains

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.
For more information, please visit southwesttrains.co.uk.


Buses

The nearest bus stop is just a couple of minute’s walk from the site. The bus route is the Bluestar number 6 which runs between Southampton and Lymington. The journey to Lymington takes around 25 minutes. For more information on the route and times see www.bluestarbus.co.uk.

New Forest tour bus

The tour bus is a great way to see the New Forest and runs between late June and mid September. It is a hop on hop off service.

The New Forest and surrounding area offers visitors to Hollands Wood 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:


patio tables and chairs outside restaurantThe Huntsman Restaurant, Brockenhurst
A 13th century coaching inn full of character, charm, drink and food. A perfect countryside treat after your busy day in the forest.

Address: Brockenhurst, SO42 7RH
Tel: 01590 622 225
 


 
cyclists on the old railwayForest Leisure Cycling
Cycle hire from Forest Leisure Cycling, in Burley, the perfect base for easy access to the New Forest Trails, with rides and bikes for all ages!

Open 7 days a week.
Tel: 01425 403584



family on bikesTrax Bike Hire
One of the best ways to see the New Forest is by bike. Take a look at Trax Bike Hire now for your New Forest holiday. Trax offer wide choice of bike to suit all age ranges and abilities.

Tel: 01425 618562



peppa pig worldPaultons Family Theme Park, Home of Peppa Pig World
Perfect for families, Paultons Family Theme park is a great day out. Paultons Park is host to more than 60 additional rides and attractions.

Address: Paultons Park, Romsey, Hampshire SO51 6AL
Tel: 023 8081 4442



people in canoesThe New Forest Activity Centre
Try some exciting outdoor activities such as archery, bushcraft or family combat games, or take part in a full day of adventure.

Address: The Old Forge, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, Hampshire SO42 7YA
Tel: 01590 612377



the three tuns buildingThe Three Tuns Inn, Bransgore
A cosy retreat in the heart of the New Forest, with a log fire for the winter and a beautiful terrace.


Address: Bransgore, BH23 8JH
Tel 01425672232



sign for ringwood breweryRingwood Brewery, Ringwood
Take a tour around Ringwood Brewery and try their four locally brewed Best Bitter and Fortyniner ales.

Address: Ringwood, BH24 3AP
Tel: 01425 470303
 
 
For Rainy Days

 
 

New-Milton-Leisure-CentreNew Milton Leisure Centre
A relaxed sauna session, a few laps in an indoor pool or a range kids activates are on offer at New Milton Leisure Centre and they’re all a great way to get out of the rain.

Address: Gore Road, New Milton, BH25 6RR
Tel: 023 8028 553


Prices From
£17.20 per night (Two Adults)

At a Glance

  • Toilets and showers available
  • 600 pitches
  • Grass only pitches
  • Close to village of Brockenhurst
  • Open 6th April – 2nd October 2017
  • View our pricing guide and seasonal dates

Contact Details

Phone bookings: 024 7642 3008
Hollands Wood Campsite, New Forest Lyndhurst Road Hampshire SO42 7QH
01590 622967


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Best ever
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Me and my mate stayed there in June for four nights love every day great facilities great staff very polite and friendly and professional.will be back in September for a long weekend by far the best campsite I ever been to.
CAMPING STAY
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Would totally recommend this campsite. Have just come back after our fourth stay at this site. The facilities are wonderful and clean. It is a quiet site unless you happen to be pitched close to the road. As mentioned would totally recommend.
long weekend break
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We have just returned from a long weekend away. this was our first stay at this site. we booked 2 pitches as two familys went. kids ages ranged from 3years to 14 years... on arrival we were greeted by a very friendly member of staff and gave us all the info re the campsite. the campsite was very busy but we were able to find two pitches big enough next to one another.. the first night was noisy with a couple of other fellows campers sitting outside laughing and drinking and you hear dogs barking through the night.. but you would expect that as if dogs here a noise they BARK.... the toilet blocks are very clean and the horse's cows and ponys walk freely which is amazing for the children to see... we shall be booking another long weekend in August 14 if they have the availability. . from walters and wand family
Long weekend
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We have just returned from a long weekend camping as a family. It's an amazing place, wonderful walks and beautiful wildlife. We had ponies walking through our camp and wild horses grazing nearby. The staff were helpful and informative and passionate about the rules of the forest, which is not surprising, as they want to protect this beautiful place. Play by the rules and enjoy it, we did. See you soon.
Site to be avoided
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Returned from aborted trip to Hollands Wood, we were greeted by friendly member of staff who explained that it had been raining the previous 2 days and the site was extremely wet. He added that people booked for Monday had already been contacted and there booking cancelled, I wish they had rang us and saved a 3 hour car journey. He however assured us that there were plenty of pitches available but to check carefully for soft ground and avoid being closer than 6m to other campers. He finished by saying make sure you don't get your car stuck as the locals are charging ?200 to pull cars out. We proceeded into the site and drove around for 30 minutes without any sign of a suitable pitch. Any empty pitches were either flooded, on extremely soft ground or to close to other campers. In despair we decided that there was no choice but to drive out of the site and return home. On reflection we should have gone back to reception and complained there and then but we were so fed up that we just wanted to get away from the site. I know when sites are quiet it's not an issue to find your own pitch but when a site is very busy and also been effected by severe weather the staff should guide you to an empty pitch. I certainly will not be returning to Hollands Wood.
Great Site... though beside a busy / noisy road
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This is a really lovely site, very spacious with lots of trees and gorgeous ponyie wondering around and the people working there are lovely. The only issue I had is that one side of the camp backs on to a very busy main road... Unfortunately when we arrived their were no plots in the center / field adjacent part of the camp so we were forced to pitch up on the road side of the camp. Originally we assumed this wouldn't make too much of a difference HOWEVER it really was very VERY loud and busy road that maintains a constant flow of traffic throughout the day and night.. if we were staying longer we would have moved the tent had a plot become available, unfortunately nothing became available to make it worth our while. My recommendation is that you arrive early to ensure that you don't end up next to a busy main road.
A wonderful campsite
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We stayed here for 5 nights, wish it had been longer. It is a superb location, and beautifully maintained. The facilities were always clean, and never had to wait for a shower! The pitch was great, amongst the trees with a view out onto the meadow. It's well situated for day trips to many local attractions too, and there are shops in the nearby village for supplies. I would strongly recommend this campsite to anyone.
The Coopers review of Hollands Wood, New Forest
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We love this site and have been a number of times over the years. Great to just pitch up and walk straight into the Forest, pubs are great in Brockenhurst about 10 mins walk through the fields. Facilities are great, even a dog shower, no electric, but great to be without the TV for a few nights.
Penny Kirkley review of Hollands Wood, New Forest
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Hollands Wood is a beautiful campsite just off the M27. Right in the heart of the forest you can camp amongst the trees in small glades. The toilets and shower blocks are excellent and cleaned regularly. There's an office at the front gate where you can recharge batteries and phones. Shops, pubs etc are nearby in Brockenhurst and Lymington. The whole site is very safe for younger children. It's peaceful, beautiful and easy to get to. A really wonderful camping holiday.
Anita Jones review of Hollands Wood, New Forest
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A beautiful large site with friendly staff, clean facilities. It was our first visit to this site with 2 young children. Seeing the ponies and cows roaming the site was truely great. The site was full to capacity being peak season, there were a lot of kids riding bikes round the site mostly without supervision and sometimes without any road sense. The site is supposed to be quiet by 10.30pm but was very noisey everynight until very late. But was a great break away and we would return but proberly not during the peak season.
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