Ocknell and Longbeech Campsites

Situated within the northern part of the New Forest these two caravan and camping sites (which are about a mile apart) offer a choice of experiences.
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Choose from the Longbeech site, which as its name suggests, is a secluded site set deep in ancient beechwood or the Ocknell site, which is on open heathland and gives spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and forest.

At both of these relaxing locations you’ll feel a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of daily life; a feeling that’s very much augmented by the New Forest ponies and deer that roam freely here.

If you choose to put on your walking boots or get the bike off the bike rack, both sites give direct access to the abundance of cycling and walking trails that make their way throughout the forest.

There are no toilets, showers or hot water at Longbeech, therefore your own chemical toilet is essential. At Ocknell toilets are provided.

For amenities and supplies, the village of Fritham is just a short drive away and a little further afield is the cathedral city of Salisbury. Other local attractions include Rockbourne Roman Villa and The Fordingbridge Country Museum.

Read more about Ocknell Campsite and Longbeech Campsite.