What is the High Weald?
An Area of designated Outstanding Natural Beauty(AONB) the High Weald is well worth a visit if you are in the South of England. These areas of beauty are part of a family of protected landscapes that include National Parks and Heritage Coasts. We’re lucky enough to have six protected landscapes which lie wholly within the South East. These include the Surrey Hills, South Downs, Kent Downs, Isle of Wight and Chichester Harbour. The High Weald is one of the largest protected landscapes.
The Ashdown Forest
The High Weald also include the famous Ashdown Forest, the South East’s largest area of heathland and the place that inspired AA Milne to write his Winnie the Pooh stories. Why not try a spot of Pooh Sticks while on your visit?
Camping in the High Weald
Our campsites are lucky enough to call the High Weald home.
Beech Estate is our largest campsite, with around thirty pitches including eight fully furnished glamping bell tents. The site itself is on a private 2000 acre estate, giving our campers access to 600 acres of woodland to explore.
Wild Boar Wood is our second High Weald campsite. Here we have nine full equipped bell tents within a semi ancient five acre woodland. A magical place to visit to experience to High Weald.
A stay at any of our Campsites will ensure you get a good feel for the High Weald. You’ll enjoy the landscape it’s become well know for, from rolling hills to mysterious ancient woodlands and sunken lanes. For more information about the High Weald, visit their website.