Park Farm Camping and Caravan Park
Park Farm Caravan and Camping Site is a relaxed, family friendly camping and caravan site located near Bodiam in the beautiful Rother valley in East Sussex.
You can choose your own pitch - there is plenty of space on our tree-sheltered site but booking is recommended at Bank Holidays when we charge a minimum of 3 nights stay.
We welcome well-behaved dogs on leads. You can build your own campfire or bring your own barbecue. Fishing is available on site, bring your own gear.
Within the High Weald, designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, Park Farm Camping Site sits by the River Rother near Bodiam Castle. It is surrounded by picturesque working farmland that is part of an environmental scheme to encourage wildlife.
Hard-standings and 50 electric hook ups are available, park your car next to your tent or caravan at no extra charge. The site has a chemical disposal point, wash rooms, shower and toilet block, plugs for hair driers and electric razors, a washing up room and children's play area.
Enjoy the open air, walks, fishing, wildlife and, for the kids, a children's play area on our site. Visit local attractions, such as historic Bodiam Castle, or venture further to the Cinque Ports, local vineyards and places of interest. Enjoy local hospitality at pubs, inns and tea rooms.
Nearby, Bodiam has two pubs and tearooms, plus within about 3 miles there are a number of takeaway restaurants, a supermarket open on Sundays and until 8pm in the week, plus local stores including a butcher, baker and provisions stores, Chemist, Launderette.
If you are touring East Sussex, Kent or the South East of England, want a weekend stay or longer break, come and stay in this beautiful part of Sussex.
Over 80% of our guests are return visitors. Why not come and sample relaxed camping at Park Farm for yourself?
Park Farm Camping and Caravan site is open from the beginning of April to the end of October each year.
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This page was last updated: 10 June 2011