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We pride ourselves in offering a back-to-basics camping experience, but with a modern twist!There are lots of loos, which are kept scrupulously clean, an undercover washing area and hot water showers. If you fancy some of the peaceful life in the countryside then join us down at the farm where you can enjoy camping, walks and great local Save 10% on a Forest Holiday escape for the family - escape to one of nine idyllic UK locations and stay in luxurious woodland cabins set exclusively on Forestry Commission land. We’re not far from the sunny seaside town of Hastings, East Sussex.We are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and inside the Mid -Sussex section of the South Downs National Park, and is within easy reach of London & The South Coast , which makes us makes us very convenient.
On the farm we have cows, sheep, 2 pet pigs and 2 donkeys.
Acres of fields and other children to play with: could life get more perfect for your child? Little ones don't seem to get bored with playing 'Pooh Sticks' and there is a shallow steam at Bedgebury Camping which is ideal for this game.
(The same stream can be used by the grown-ups to keep drinks cool too! At Bedgebury Camping we also have stunning teepees for use by campers when the weather is not so good and which contain small tables and seats.
We would love to welcome you to our small secluded campsite which has 15 generously spaced pitches, and for the glampers amongst you we have 3 yurts, a shepherds hut and a tiny house, so please take a few minutes to check out our website. Our Fairy Trail is full of wonder and surprise for children of all ages.
Take a walk along the bank of the stream, stop and listen for the fairy bells, search out the fairy doors at fairy hollow and make a wish at the great oak wishing circle but be very careful not to wake the troll who sleeps under the bridge and keep your wits about you if you trespass near the goblin’s lair.
Of course, pudding doesn't have to involve marshmallows, but you can't go camping and not have them at least once – toast them on a stick over the campfire untl they are a bit golden and crunchy on the outside and meltingly soft in the middle.