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Where shall I go tomorrow? W Wittering / E Dorset / New Forest /s coast area.

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Blu Fri 05-Aug-11 12:51:16

I am thinking of taking off with DS tomorrow. Eweleaze Farm is fully booked. My preference is for a wild-type site which allows campfires but that is not essential. Am not at all keen on vast holiday park places.

Blu Fri 05-Aug-11 13:43:24

What's Nunnington at W Wittering like?

You've all hit the road with your tents, haven't you?

Blu Fri 05-Aug-11 14:47:00

or Hurst View near Lymington, N Forest?

Jojay Fri 05-Aug-11 14:54:01

Hollands Wood near Brockenhurst , New Forest is lovely - no campfires though, but direct access to open forest, ponies wandering about, and nice loos / showers.

papillonrouge Fri 05-Aug-11 15:08:28

Tom's Field near Swanage is lovely but I think very busy in school hols. No campfires but no caravans - felt very cosy and lovely - not like camping in giant carpark

moonmother Fri 05-Aug-11 15:08:44

www.meadowviewcaravanpark.co.uk/introduction%20page.htm

We've just got back from a week here , it really is a lovely site . Was very quiet whilst we were there, we pitched right by the lake. Toilets etc are really clean and they allow campfires too. Really quiet after 10pm and lots and lots of nature around and about. It's about 20 min drive to the New Forest and Moor Valley Country Park is about 10 mins down the road.

mulberryless Fri 05-Aug-11 16:49:42

second Hollands park brockenhurst. Best place we've found although can get busy. We've recently been exploring swanage. Train to Corfe castle fab.....

Blu Fri 05-Aug-11 16:52:19

Thank you - I am now bearing all these on mind for couple of weeks time.
Loads and loads of places booked up now, but we are off to Norman's bay tomorrow. Been there before - it's such a great location, but more regimented than I generally like my camping and we won't be able to use my fab newish Campfire Grill over a fire.

But we'll have a nice few days away.

mulberryless Fri 05-Aug-11 17:29:22

My in laws live in Bexhill along coast. If you've got car try and get to Alfriston village (quaint) Lewes is great (Bill's is a great home-made organic cafe on main steet.) If you have young kids there is a brill farm called 'Middle farm' along the A road to Lewes. You probably know this if been area before but being a helpful Harriet!!

Happy Camping.

Blu Fri 05-Aug-11 17:54:52

Oh, thank you!

tulip27 Sun 14-Aug-11 22:53:49

moonmother- we went to meadow view caraven park this weekend on your recommendation and had the most fabulous time. They had the best showers I have ever seen at a campsite, each cubicle had its own heated towel rail and changing area. The children saw so much wildlife and the staff were really helpful. Indian takeaway delivered to the campsite too. Yummy wink

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