Half term camping

Half term camping holidays can make the school holidays more fun for both children and adults. Camping makes a great mini break during the school half term for the family. With plenty of things to do for families in the local area you can’t really go to wrong at any of the campsites. The Easter holidays and spring half term can be a lovely time to come camping, If you are a little nervous about the weather at this time of year take a look at our list of reasons to camp in spring. We think it’s a fabulous time to get out in nature!

Thinking of camping in Autumn half term? Wild Boar Wood campsite is usually closed by this time but check out Beech Estate Campsite for pitching your tent in Autumn.

Reasons to camp in spring

Spring glamping in Sussex amongst the bluebells

Spring glamping in Sussex amongst the bluebells

Our campsite opening times vary from late March to mid April. We are usually open for part or all of the Easter holidays, depending on when Easter falls. Visit our booking page to check availability and exact opening times.

Wild Boar Wood Campsite and Beech Estate Campsite will be open for May half term camping. Our sites are, of course, also ideal for Bank Holiday camping and camping in the school summer holidays.

Family Glamping in Sussex, at Wild Boar Wood Campsite

Family Glamping in Sussex, at Wild Boar Wood Campsite

At both Wild Boar Wood and Beech Estate we have beautiful fully equipped bell tents to make the trip even easier. If you prefer to bring your own tent – Beech Estate Campsite is your best option. With spacious pitches each with their own fire pit. Our campsites are close to London and Brighton. So if you are coming from either city, it is not too far to travel with the children and your holiday can begin straight away.

Spring camping at Beech Estate Campsite in Sussex

Spring camping at Beech Estate Campsite in Sussex

Things to do in and around the campsite in Sussex

We offer camping in the woods, camping with open campfires and family friendly camping breaks, ideal for children, in our lovely campsites in the Sussex countryside. Our campsites are close to the South Coast with lots of great places to visit with family activities which children will love.

Children at the campfire

Children at the campfire

If you are planning on a half term camping holiday in the May bank holiday why not download the Woodland Trust’s Nature Detectives Spring Activities for young campers? The site also has other resources suitable for other times of the year.

Our Sussex campsites – perfect for half term or camping in the holidays

Just click ‘book now’ at the top of the page to check availability at Wild Boar Wood, or visit Beech Estate Campsite here

 

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Coronavirus Update

Based on Government guidance we have opened both Beech Estate and Wild Boar Wood Campsites on July 4th, 2020. *** Please note any new bookings made after July 6th, 2020 until further notice, that are unable to commence due to Government guidance regarding COVID-19, will be offered credit notes for 18 months. This applies to booking made directly on our website only. ***