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:

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

Beaulieu National Motor Museumbeaulieu-motor-museum

Only 15 minutes' drive from our Roundhill campsite, Beaulieu offers an award-winning day out with something for everyone.   

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


senspaSenspa at Careys Manor Hotel
If the weathers getting you down, you can head just 6 minutes out of the campsite for a full day of relaxation and pampering in the spa voted the best in the south east.

Address: Brockenhurts, New Forest, Hampshire, S042 7RH
Tel: 01590 623551

Lymington-Health-and-LeisurLymington Health and Leisure
Here you’ll find fantastic indoor facilities for the whole family from swimming pools to beauty treatments. 

Address : North Street, Pennington, Lymington, SO41 8FZ
Tel: 023 8028 5531 


Sammy-MillerSammy Miller Motorcycle Museum
Visit one of the world’s largest motorbike museums with a range of racing bikes and factory prototypes on display. Kids should keep an eye out for Salt and Pepper too…

Address: Bashley Cross Roads, New Milton, Hampshire, BH25 5SZ
Tel: 0125 620777

New-Forest-Visitor-CentreNew Forest Centre, High Street
Just 10 minutes away from our Roundhill campsite is a centre bursting with information allowing all ages to learn about the national park and activities.

Address : The New Forest Centre, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43 7NY
Tel: 023 8028 3444


Salisbury-CathedralSalisbury Cathedral
Home to one of the best Magna Carters in the world and lots of religious and historical artefacts, Salisbury Cathedral is a great visit on a rainy day with tours running regularly.

Address:  6 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EJ
Tel: 01722 555120

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Contact Details

Phone bookings: 024 7642 3008
Roundhill Campsite, New Forest Beaulieu Road, Brockenhurst Hampshire SO42 7QL
01590 624344

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Enjoy it while you can!
Round hill is a lovely back to nature campsite where you get a real feel of the new forest. However be aware that at weekends it does get invaded by what a fellow camper called 'London Scum'. These creatures turn up Friday evenings shouting and screaming long into the night. The following day beer bottles and rubbish can be found in the surrounding woodlands usually with a large burn mark where they have decided to torch half of the forest! The good news is some of them only last the one night and after taking the washroom plugs as a souvenir (its true, you will need to take your own), the tents are filling the bins on a Sunday. Unfortunately I can see this behavior getting all of the lovely new forest campsites banned by the Forestry Commission and Agisters which would be a great shame.
Unit Type: Tent
More information regarding ponies
We live in the New Forest so are used to the ponies and so I was really shocked at how bold and unafraid the ponies were at Roundhill. They systematically raid peoples' tents for food even when people are in their tents and I had one try to kick me when I was trying to move it away from our tent. They even walked straight up to a man and his daughter having breakfast outside their tent and ate the child's breakfast. I realise that the problem has occured because people ignore the notices telling them not to feed the ponies but I do think that more information should be given to people coming to Roundhill e.g. keep your food in the car (one pony was eating dried pasta in a family's tent - surely not good for the pony but also scary for the family who were in the tent when the pony walked in) and also people should be warned that ponies will walk into their tents if the doors are left open and what to do if a pony does come in to the tent. These animals are wild and if spooked could cause a lot of damage. It is such a same as it is a beautiful site and well maintained but it did not make for a relaxing holiday when you are constantly on guard.
Unit Type: Tent
Nice site -cold showers
Born and bred in Brockenhurst it's always nice to spend the August Bank Holiday weekend with family and friends in this lovely location. The only drawback was that the gents showers were cold on two occasions-8am and 10am. Given the pricing rates it should be well within the Forestry Commission's ability to provide a continuous hot water supply, however great the demand is.
Unit Type: Tent
Beautiful site but VERY noisy!!
We have just spent 3 nights at Roundhill which is an absolutely stunning site however it is without a doubt the noisiest site with the most dirty facilities that I have ever been to. The noise on all 3 nights was still going strong at 1.30am with music blaring out from lots of people from the afternoon until they were told to turn it off. It certainly wasn't calm and tranquil like the setting!! As for the facilities they were not purpose built but instead more like cabins. They were so dirty that even the person checking them wrote the word 'diabolic' instead of 'checked'. They looked like they hadn't been cleaned in ages! There also isn't nearly enough toilet and shower blocks on site - 3 for 500 pitches meant that even at 7am there we're queues coming out of the door to have a shower. All in all a really disappointing experience and we certainly won't be back!!
Unit Type: RV Motorhome
Had a lovely stay here at roundhill.
This was our first time to the new forest and we picked roundhill to camp , omg I have fallen in love the camp site was clean and toilet and showers were cleaned 3 times a day, my moan is not at the site , but the people who use these facilities, there are notes in the showers stating where cleaning items such as a mop and bucket , asking people to clean after use , every time I went to have a shower I was cleaning the cubical first because someone couldn't be bothered , over all my family had a lovely stay, the staff were brilliant and pleasant , the ponys and there foals as well as the donkeys and there foals made my week. Cows even roaming , my girls loved it here and we are coming back next year . 5 ***** for our stay this year ,
Unit Type: Tent
Family Group Camp
We booked as a group, three tents and a camper van. On our arrival the staff were extremely friendly and helped us to find a suitable pitch. The site is flat with gorse bushes in between pitches, making some areas secluded. There are three shower, toilet and washing up blocks. The facilities are fine but could get very busy during weekend and busier times. They could do with updating, as they are a bit tired. They were cleaned regularly and worked fine. The showers were very hot!! The horses, donkeys and cows roam freely and invite themselves at some meal times so be ready to move food. We had a great time and will definitely visit again.
Unit Type: Tent
Family Group Camp
We camped as a family group, Three tents and a camper van. The staff were extremely friendly, helping us to find a good pitch. The campsite is flat, with gorse bushes between the pitches making it secluded in some area. Plenty of space for the children to play and of course the horses, cows and donkeys that wander around. Make sure there is no food left out our it will be eaten. The horse do tent to invite themselves to breakfast. The site has three shower, toilet and washing up blocks, which are all perfectly fine, however they could do with updating. A lovely site, we will definitely visit again.
Unit Type: RV Motorhome
Family Group Camp
We stayed as a group. Two tents and a camper van. The staff were extremely friendly and helped us to find a good pitch. A lovely level site with gorse bushes interspersed across the site. Three shower,toilet, washing up blocks, which were perfectly fine, but could do with a bit of a face lift. The site was very quiet in terms of noise at night. Well located site between Brockenhurst & Beulieu. We will definitely visit Roundhills again. A wonderful campsite.
Unit Type: Tent
The photos on the website are extremely misleading. We felt that Roundhill was overpriced, crowded, noisy and dirty. There were many unsupervised young children playing in the roads, cycling and stroking the ponies. The showers and toilets were only cleaned once a day. We regularly had to queue to wash up and shower. The motor home next to us openly flouted the notice requesting campers not to run noisy generators. The nearby large group of six tents played loud music all evening every evening. On one occasion they even started up at 1 am. There are large dips in all the fields and near the toilet block entrances which, after the slightest rain, soon become muddy puddles. On the plus side the location is superb, the ponies donkeys and cattle wander freely and the water is very hot!
Unit Type: Tent
Mixed weather but great site
Mixed weather. Great quiet site. Grandparents with 2 grandchildren. Only problem was with showers. Water was far too hot. Couldn't take 5 year old granddaughter. Also water pressure everywhere was too strong to control for basins and washing up facility. Toilet block was cleaned regularly. If it was ever remodelled, it would be better to make sinks just inside the door lower for children. Between height of sinks and water pressure very difficult for children to wash and brush teeth easily. Would return however.
Unit Type: RV Motorhome
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