Things to do

Brighton Pier

Brighton is only around seventeen miles from Wild Boar Wood Campsite.

This traditional amusement pier was opened in 1899 and still attracts huge numbers of visitors today With its amusements arcade, ice cream, fish and chip and doughnut sellers, fairground rides and a deck chair-lined promenade. The pier is grade II listed and was the third pier to be constructed in Brighton. In fact you can still see the remnants of the old West Pier from the beach. In 2017, the pier was said to be the most visited tourist attraction outside London. It saw over 4.5 million visitors the previous year.

glamping near Brighton

Brighton is only around seventeen miles from Wild Boar Wood Campsite.

This traditional amusement pier was opened in 1899 and still attracts huge numbers of visitors today With its amusements arcade, ice cream, fish and chip and doughnut sellers, fairground rides and a deck chair-lined promenade. The pier is grade II listed and was the third pier to be constructed in Brighton. In fact you can still see the remnants of the old West Pier from the beach. In 2017, the pier was said to be the most visited tourist attraction outside London. It saw over 4.5 million visitors the previous year.

Brighton Pier website

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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. ***