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  • Green Tourism Silver Award
  • Green Leaf Tourism Scheme
  • David Bellamy Conservation Award Gold
  • New Forest Tourism Association
  • New Forest Tourism Association Cyclists Award
  • New Forest Tourism Association Walkers Award

Touring & Camping Park with 200 pitches £12-£22 ptpn

GREEN LEAF TOURISM SCHEME, BELLAMY GOLD & GREEN TOURISM SILVER, NF TOURISM ASSOC, NFTA CYCLISTS, NFTA WALKERS

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Details

Longbeech campsite consists of beautiful open clearings overlooked by ancient beechwood which are a haven for local birdlife, including nuthatches, siskins, blue tits and coal tits. In addition, the campsite is often visited by the New Forest’s famous, free-roaming ponies and deer.

Running through the campsite is a small network of narrow concrete roads, a reminder of the campsite’s wartime history – this site was used as an airfield during the Second World War.

The campsite has direct access to beautiful heathland and forest walks, as well as the New Forest cycle route. Just a short drive away is the tiny, but beautiful, village of Fritham with its thatched cottages, gorgeous lake, ducks and ponies wondering freely down the street.

From Fritham runs one of the most popular walks within the New Forest - not least because of the proximity to the famous Royal Oak pub in the village serving great food and a range of ales drawn straight from the barrel. At just over four miles long, Fritham Walk offers a popular highlight. Looking north over Islands Thorns and Amberwood Enclosures as the route heads back towards the car-park, film buffs might recognise the landscape as none other than Sherwood Forest from Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves.

At Bramshaw there is a well-stocked local shop, while a stunning short cycle ride takes you to Deer Viewing at Bolderwood and into the heart of the New Forest. A little further afield lies the cathedral city of Salisbury and the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge, and after a busy day sightseeing return to your tent to experience all the wonders of the forest at night.

Please note that this campsite does not have electricity or toilets.


Open 26 March 2015 - 28 September 2015.

Children welcomeVisa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedDogs/pets accepted by arrangementChemical toilet disposal facilitiesDrinking waterParking space next to pitch

Please note there are no toilets or hot water and no showers. For Longbeech please visit Ocknell when you arrive to collect permits. Children welcome from any age.

Contact

Greenfields House,
Westwood Way,
Coventry,
CV4 8JH

02476 423008

Address

Fritham,
Near Cadnam,
SO43 7HH

Location

Directions

See location of Longbeech Camping in The Forest Site on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SU 242140  Lat: 50.92496 Long: -1.65704

Facilities

  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedVisa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangementDogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • Chemical toilet disposal facilitiesChemical toilet disposal facilities
  • Drinking waterDrinking water
  • Parking space next to pitchParking space next to pitch

Please note there are no toilets or hot water and no showers. For Longbeech please visit Ocknell when you arrive to collect permits. Children welcome from any age.