Map of Campsites

ALL these campsites are campfire campsites.

Click on the pin for a campsite that allows campfires!

Blue pins for sites I have visited and reviewed.

Red pins for sites I would like to visit.

This list of campfire campsites by region represents sites that I have either visited or researched.  I only include campsites that seem to have a laid back atmosphere, lovely surroundings and interesting features such as good views, lovely woodland or proximity to a beach. 

Basically, I have done all the hard work looking for the best campfire campsites so you don’t have to – and I will be adding to it all the time.

Dorset

Riverside Lakes, Nr Wimbourne, Dorset.

Eweleaze Farm, Nr Weymouth, Dorset.

Burnbake Woodland Campsite, Wareham, Dorset – note: campfires only permitted in off ground braziers – not supplied.

Highwood Camping, Nr Wareham, Dorset.

Downhouse Farm, Nr Bridport, Dorset.

Briggs Farm, Nr Bridport, Dorset.

Hampshire

Fish Pond’s Bottom, New Forest, Hampshire.

Somerset

Nettwood Farm Campsite, West Harptree, Somerset

Alpine Grove Camping and Caravanning Club, Nr Chard, Somerset.

Cloud Farm, Exmoor, Somerset.

Westermill Farm, Exmoor, Somerset.

Pool Bridge Campsite, Nr Porlock, Exmoor, Somerset.

Devon

Leeford Farm, Exmoor, Devon.

Combe View Farm, Nr Seaton, Devon.

Caffyns Farm, Exmoor, Devon.

Sandpiper Campsite, South Milton, Devon.

Stoke Barton, Nr Bideford, Devon.

Cornwall

Cornish Tipi Holidays, Bodmin, North Cornwall.

South Penquite Farm, Bodmin, North Cornwall.

Henry’s, The Lizard, West Cornwall.

Westerley Camping, Nr St Ives, Cornwall.

Maker Camping, Torpoint, South Cornwall

Bakesdown Farm, Nr Bude, North Cornwall.

Porth Joke Campsite, North Cornwall.

Noongallas, Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall.

Gloucestershire

Abbey Home Farm, Nr Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

Thistledown Farm, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire.

Oxfordshire

Turkey Creek, Bampton, Oxfordhire.

Britchcombe Farm, Uffington, Oxfordshire.

Wiltshire

Rocks East Woodland, Nr Bath.

Wales

Ty Parke Farm, Nr St David’s, Pembrokeshire, West Wales.

Priory Mill Farm, Brecon.

Cwmnanthir Camping, Brecon.

Heritage Coast Campsite, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales.

Nantcol Waterfalls, Edge of Snowdonia, Gywnedd, North Wales.

Aberfon, Gwynedd, North Wales.

Beeches Farm, Nr Chepstow, Gwent, South Wales.

London

Debden House, Epping Forest, Greater London.

Sussex

Wo Wo (Waspbourne Manor), Sussex.

Dernwood Farm Campsite, Heathfield, East Sussex.

The Secret Campsite, Barcombe, East Sussex.

Eco Camp UK, Sussex (2 sites).

Kent

Forgewood, Nr Tunbridge Wells, High Weald, Kent.

Nethergong Nurseries, Nr Canterbury, Kent.

 

Looking for ‘Campsites near Beaches‘?

Want to camp in ‘Kent and Sussex’?

Why not try some ‘Campsites on Exmoor’?

12 Responses to “Map of Campsites”

  1. joanna espiner January 16, 2013 at 5:31 pm #

    do you know of any nice campsites with communal spaces (like a large barn etc) where a group of people could gather as well as camp? We are looking for a place where we could gather all our friends and family for a camping weekend where we can also have a bit of a communal gathering/party – ideally in Cornwall or by the sea in the south west – if you know of anything i’d love to know.

    • Hazel January 16, 2013 at 6:00 pm #

      Hi there. Have a look at this http://www.lovecamping.co.uk/campsites/south-west/devon/sandpiper-campsite . At the end of this review is mentions a ‘rustic barn’ ideal for weddings and family gatherings. Plus it is a 10 mins walk to a lovely beach with fab cafe/restaurant. I haven’t actually visited this place but it looks lovely. Do let me know what its like if you do go there!

  2. Susie Gaskell April 1, 2013 at 6:47 pm #

    Hello Hazel, I’ve just come across you whilst searching online for websites that provide info about campsites allowing campfires. We have a small low-key campsite in Brecon and I wondered if you’d like to take a look at our place? We are not too far from Bath…. where our daughter is currently studying !
    Hope you like us
    Best wishes
    Susie

  3. Christine May 1, 2013 at 6:30 am #

    Found your site whilst browsing blogs – some great camping spots. We’re in Oxfordshire so our local site is Britchcombe Farm. It’s the place we head to when we don’t want to drive very far, the walking is indeed fab.

    • Hazel May 1, 2013 at 8:43 am #

      I went to Britchcombe ages ago, too long ago for me to write a competent review but I do have good memories of it. Have you ever tried Turkey Creek? The website is not that inspiring but I have read some very nice reviews of it.

      • Christine May 1, 2013 at 5:20 pm #

        I haven’t been to Turkey Creek yet but it is on my list.
        Britchcombe has definitely got busier over the last couple of years as it’s had a lot of exposure but we still enjoy our visits there (even the memorable one that coincided with an all night rave on the Ridgeway).

  4. Rachael May 31, 2013 at 4:40 pm #

    Hello,
    I absolutely love your website!!
    We are camping virgins – started last year seriously.
    We have dogs – would it be possible to mark each campsite whether they accept dogs.
    Which of these listed campsites are your very favourite?
    Will it be helpful to give our views on the campsites? – we are starting with Beeches near Tintern shortly
    Kind Regards
    Rachael

    • Hazel May 31, 2013 at 7:28 pm #

      Thanks Rachael. Always good to hear I am doing something right! Please do leave comments under campsites about your expereiences, especially any helpful tips about places to go, eat, walk whatever. Will see what I can do about the dog thing!
      I am often asked which is my favourite. Very tricky. I am very picky so there is nearly always something I think needs improving! Inwood was great, my only criticism was that there is no stream, river or such like. See picky! Cornish Tipi was also pretty amazing. Hmmm, I see a list developing!
      Have fun at Beeches!

  5. Sean Moch April 29, 2014 at 9:47 pm #

    Hi

    We are currently doing some semi-wild camping in Cornwall and have just used these two campsites which both allow campfires.

    http://www.wildcampingcornwall.co.uk/

    And

    http://www.woodlandvalley.co.uk/

    We highly recommend them

    • Hazel May 6, 2014 at 4:59 pm #

      Thanks for that Sean, I have had a brief look around wild camping, good position on the lizard and close to the fabulous Kynance Cove. Don’t know the other one so I will be checking it out. Thanks!

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