Guest book – Mid Sussex Campsite
Bask in the love our campers give us
The following are some of the comments made by our lovely campers following their West Sussex stay at Wild Boar Wood Campsite (formerly known as Eco Camp UK). If you like what you read we hope you will come and join us on a Mid Sussex camping adventure soon – even if you are not an experienced camper you will enjoy our ‘wild glamping’ form of camping!
If you would like to share your experience, please email us. Or you can leave a review via Google, Cool Camping or TripAdvisor.
Click on this link if you would like to read what our campers are saying about Beech Estate Campsite.
We had SUCH a fabulous 2 nights at Wild Boar Wood in August. Steffi was so welcoming and helpful.
The bell tent was clean and everything ready for us on arrival, and the little ‘shop’ Steffi set up is so sweet – our little boys loved borrowing a book. We thought you’d done a great job in keeping everything in line with COVID hygiene guidelines, too.
Rebecca, Albert and Lewin
I had a one night stay at your beautiful campsite this week. There is the beautiful communal space and there are intimate and well tree covered areas to be alone with your family as well if you are not part of a group. We stayed in Silver Birch tent 6 and had such a special evening. I have been recovering from long term damage caused by covid and this was my first real time out of my house for any length of time in 4 months and it was PERFECT. Your staff were amazing and the site was excellent. Thank you and we will be back.
Thank you all for a lovely break. We all thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Wild Boar. I was at Beech Estate campsite a couple of years ago too; so it was nice to see the differences in the camp sites.
We are hoping to visit one of the sites again on our annual break each year.
Farinaz and family
We want to say a really big thank you! We have loved our week at Wild Boar. We had the most amazing time! We’ll be back next year. x
Anna, Tom, Monty & Coco
Just wanted to say I’ve never camped anywhere more beautiful, so creatively designed it felt magical. If Narnia has been a woodland this would be it ( and even the wardrobe would have been exquisitely designed) Thank you for a marvellous stay.
Reluctant to review because we don’t want the secret to get out about the campsites – they are too good to become too popular!! Such a fantastic time last weekend at Wild Boar Wood as we’ve had before (despite the weather!)Luke and Kelly do an amazing job caring for the woodland campsite and on hand for any assistance. Really good for the soul a stay here! Will be back.
We visited with our 3 and a half year old, and just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our stay, just a shame we could only stay for one night!!
It was our sons first camping trip, and he absolutely loved being in the outdoors: building fires, walking around the woods and playing in the field. We couldn’t recommend this place enough, and we’ll definitely be back!
Thank you so much for such an enjoyable break away!
Sophie and family
Thank you for such a lovely weekend, could not fault it, 10 out of 10!
See you next year!
Would just like to say thankyou for having us over the last 2 days. It was one of the best experiences of our lives! Your site is so well maintained by your wonderful wardens, who were also so very helpful. It has given us a renewed respect for our natural surroundings.
We spent a fantastic week at Wild Boar Wood and had a amazing time. The wardens Luke and Kelly were very helpful and offered great support and information. They tolerated and answered the children’s many questions!
The children (8 yr old twins) were away in the woods building dens, climbing trees and getting mucky. They made fairy villages (guided by Kelly). The children organised a communal campfire with all the children from the other bell tents and picked blackberries and are already asking when we can return.
The steam railway was closer than we imagined it would be and the children got excited every time the train went past.
To anyone who books a holiday here, spend at least a day at the campsite letting the kids play, and get a taste of the childhood of the past. There are very few places the children can play independently in the woods, building dens and getting mucky, returning when they are hungry!!!