Campsites on the Isle of Wight
The largest of England’s islands, the Isle of Wight is a diamond-shaped county located in the English Channel, just two miles off the Portsmouth coast separated from the mainland by the waters of the Solent. Measuring 23 miles across, just over half of the island, mainly in the west, is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This clean and well managed campsite is a fantastic place for a family holiday, with a heated outdoor pool and small groups of pitches; perfect for exploring this diverse island and visiting the numerous attractions on offer. There are a number of facilities on site including fishing, a well-stocked shop, a children’s play area, a dedicated ball game field, table tennis, boules, a delicious take away and dog walk. A steam railway and Island Line train (using London underground trains) operate across the Island and both are accessible from the site. Other nearby attractions include Dinosaur Isle, Blackgang Chine (a mixture of rides, goblins, dinosaurs and nursery rhyme characters) and Waltzing Waters, an intriguing indoor water show.
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The island enjoys a rich history, including a brief status as an independent kingdom in the 15th century, and has also been home to Alfred Lord Tennyson and Queen Victoria. It boasts numerous holiday resorts which have been popular with people since the Victorian times.
Adgestone campsite in the Isle of Wight is located adjacent to the River Yar, nestled in the valley beneath Brading Downs and just one mile from Sandown and the beach. It offers plenty of activities, with major attractions within easy reach including the Owl and Monkey Haven, Carisbrooke Castle, Botanical Gardens, the Needles and Shanklin beach.
With clean air, stunning views and charming little towns full of shops and eateries to explore, camping in the Isle of Wight is the perfect holiday choice whatever your age!
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