Steal away to an orchard by the south coast in the country's newest National Park.
Natural and unspoilt sum up our peaceful Slindon Club campsite set in an orchard on the edge of Slindon Forest, National Trust owned bluebell woods, in the heart of the South Downs National Park.
This 40 pitch campsite has beautiful views across the coastal plain of West Sussex and is home to a variety of bird and wildlife. Facilities on site are limited to a water tap and chemical waste point.
There are many walks direct from the campsite through surrounding woodland and estate which has 25 miles of public right of way and ten geocache boxes waiting to be discovered. The National Trust owned Slindon village is a stroll away and has a pub (The Spur) and community store - The Forge - which also serves as a café. Cyclists can have their pick of circular routes all starting from the village.
The market town of Arundel, east of Slindon campsite, boasts a castle, a cathedral and the Arundel Wildfowl Trust – a 65-acre haven for wildlife. Amberley museum just north of the town looks at the area’s industrial heritage. Parham House and Gardens at Storrington and Goodwood House to the east of Slindon, West Dean Gardens and Denmans – a tamed wilderness garden – near Chichester and are all interesting days out, as is the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum.
Beach lovers should head to the family–friendly beaches at Littlehampton, Bognor Regis and West Wittering.
Please note that this site has no toilet or showers, so you will need suitable facilities in your unit.
Access and SatNav Advice
Restricted gateway needs careful approach when entering Site. Please follow the printable location map directions to the campsite carefully and do not tow through the village of Slindon - it is not suitable for caravans.
Only 20 caravans allowed on Site. This site has no toilet or showers so you will need suitable facilities in your unit.
100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.
There is a farmers’ market in Slindon village on the fourth Thursday of the month.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Members' and non-members' caravans welcome
Members' and non-members' trailer tents welcome
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Chemical toilet disposal point
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
Club Site Wi-fi
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Members' and non-members' motorhomes welcome
Members' and non-members' tents welcome
No dedicated accessible facilities
Drinking water taps
Battery charging facilities
Listed as having no facilities, re-iterated at check in.
Peaceful, quiet site but close to A27 & A29 for easy access to the surrounding area.
- Location: Country,Secluded
- Suitable For: Older couples,Peaceful break
Having never visited Slindon or the area before we booked 3 nights but loved it so much we stayed 13. It was so peaceful and tranquil with beautiful walks from the site and also in the surrounding area which is stunning being so close to the South Downs. As we wanted a walking holiday it was ideal and we covered 70 miles during our stay. The wardens were friendly and helpful and the site felt very easy going. Arundel and Midhurst are both lovely and historic towns to visit and only a few miles from the site. We did experience some cold winds whilst there but the site is very sheltered. Although near to major roads there was hardly any noise. It is a bit difficult to find as lots of narrow lanes surround it, a sign on the recommended Slindon sign on the Eartham Road would be helpful and we had to turn a big van round twice even though we followed the instructions. We will definitely be back and hopefully do another 70 miles walking.
- Towing: Moderate
- Location: Secluded
- Suitable For: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
On arriving at Slindon site, we were greeted with the warmest of welcomes. Checking in
was easy. A site leaflet was handed out which was very informative. There is a shop which sells main essentials, and spicy fruit loaf that is yummy and most welcome. We had a choice of pitches.
The site is kept tidy and there is recycling.
Very quite and relaxing and great for walking. The Forge Café is worth a visit.
Well done Mark and Tricia the wardens of the site we will be back and as members.
- Towing: Moderate
- Location: Country,Coastal,Secluded
- Suitable For: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
The new managers were excellent gave a very warm welcome,love the site you can walk for miles in the surrounding countryside without using the car, the dogs love it.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country
- Suitable For: Peaceful break
Nearest bus stop: 0.5 mile from Site entrance
Nearest train station: Barnham – 5 miles
For more information take a look at Pricing explained.
Minimum booking periods do apply.