Escape from the hustle and bustle of life, reconnect with family and friends, sip wine and toast marshmallows around a campfire, walk barefoot on the grass and sleep beneath a canopy of starsÖ

ÖA peaceful, relaxing location on the edge of the South Downs National Park, minutes from the vibrant, ancient, cultured city of Winchester, with beautiful views across stunning countryside, offering woodland walks, level grassy pitches, electric hook up, childrenís play areas, free showers and WiFi..

We welcome touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans and tents and offer seasonal pitches and facilities for rallies. Three local pubs serve delicious home cooked food in the surrounding villages of Crawley, Sparsholt & Littleton. The Fox in Crawley is within walking distance.

Ideally situated to visit Winchesterís many historic attractions such as the medieval Cathedral, the ruins of Wolvesey Castle, the working 18th-century corn mill, Jane Austenís house and the Great Hall of Winchester Castle with its medieval round table linked to King Arthur.

From Winchester, a stroll along the beautiful water meadows of the River Itchen will bring you to England's oldest and most perfect Almshouses and the Hospital of St Cross, before ascending St Catherineís Hill, a dramatic chalk hill and Iron Age Hill Fort, providing stunning views over the city of Winchester.

Also easily reached are the Watercress Steam Railway, the National Trust properties and grounds of Mottisfont Abbey and Hinton Ampner, the beautiful Hillier Gardens, the pretty Hampshire town of Stockbridge with its own Iron Age Hill Fort; Danebury Ring, and Poultonís award winning family theme park.

Dog walking & exercising nearby:
Opposite Folly Farm at the grain store
Crawley recreation ground SO21 2PY
Stockbridge Down SO20 6HN
Stockbridge Common Marsh SO20 6JA
Littleton recreation ground SO22 6QL
Sparsholt Ham Green SO21 2PA