Camping in the South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Location

South Downs National Park Location

Stretching from the outskirts of Winchester in the west to the cliffs of Beachy Head near Eastbourne in the east, South Downs National Park offers great camping for all ages.

Although probably best-known for its natural beauty – green rolling pastures, open spaces, ancient woodlands and river valleys – the area is steeped in history and boasts prehistoric burial mounds, Iron Age hillforts and registered battlefields.

Although 85 percent of the Park is privately owned working farmland, there are still around 1,200 kilometres of public bridleway including the South Downs Way, perfect for walking, cycling and horse riding. The Park also boasts many recreational sites and country parks, including the 2,000 acre Queen Elizabeth Park near Waterlooville and Stanmer Park near Brighton.

Our campsites in the South Downs National park include Graffham and Slindon Club Sites. These tranquil and picturesque sites have beautiful views of the park and are surrounded by fantastic walks and public right of way for campers to explore.


Camping in South Downs National Park