Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site is a beautiful, three-star family holiday campsite set in 40 acres of glorious countryside in the east of the Isle of Wight. The park is open from early May until the end of September, and is ideal for your tent, motorhome and touring caravan holidays in the Isle of Wight, because all these units are welcome to stay at the site. You can book either non-electric or electric pitches at Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site; so please do confirm whether or not you will need to use an electric hook-up post when you book, to avoid any disappointment and help the owners to keep track of hook-up availability. There is plenty of space at this campsite, especially for the non-electric pitches, and there's loads of room for children to play. Your pets are welcome to stay with you and your family at the park.
A range of facilities is available at Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site to ensure guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay at the park. Each field has a toilet block, each of which include wash basins and power points for hair dryers and shavers. Fresh water points are situated across all of the camping fields at the site.
Shared facilities for guests using all fields include a shower block, chemical waste disposal point, and a laundrette, while battery charging and ice packs are available from the park reception.
There is a small shop on-site, which sells camping accessories and a range of basic groceries and provisions, while also taking care of any Calor Gas or Camping Gaz exchanges. When you need to do a more comprehensive shop, you will find a Tesco superstore just one mile away from the site.
Caravan storage is also available at a reasonable rate for guests looking to return to Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site either later in the season or the following year. If you enjoy rallies, put Beaper Farm on your list of hospitable potential rally destinations, because there is also a field set aside for caravan clubs to hold rallies and other events.
Families will be happy to find that there is a children’s play area on-site, great for little ones looking for somewhere to run and climb around. Meanwhile all age groups will enjoy the surrounding woodland, which offers plenty of opportunities to head out on nature and wildlife walks.
When you visit the Isle of Wight, the great thing about this location is that most of the island is easily within reach, no matter what you fancy doing with your day. Set off for a short drive from Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site and you'll find the coastal towns at Seaview, St Helens, and Bembridge. To the north you will find the Victorian seaside town of Ryde, with its shops, promenade, long sandy beach, amusements and great views across to England’s south coast on a clear day. To the south, you can visit Sandown to enjoy a huge range of attractions, with a water park, amusement arcades, and some great shops complementing the safe, clean beaches found there.
Take a scenic drive inland, through beautiful countryside and woodland, and you'll soon discover Newport, the Isle of Wight’s largest town, which has a leisure centre, cinema, theatre, and various other excellent attractions. The magnificent Carisbrook Castle is set on a hill just outside Newport and is also well worth a visit for those who love history, donkeys and a walk around the ramparts.
Those wanting to stay outdoors will find a number of excellent golf courses around Newport and others on the island, while the Isle of Wight Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a short distance from Newport and easily reachable from the park.
If you're looking for good campsites on the Isle of Wight, put Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site on your list of great locations for a quiet break, within easy reach of all the island’s best attractions.
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Based on 1 review(s)
Suffolk 29 May 2009
Perfect for a quiet holiday on the Isle of Wight with no club house type of thing but good facilities and good location for visiting Sandown / Shanklin / Ryde.
Three camping fields. The ‘bottom’ field is the smallest and reserved for club rallies. The ‘middle’ field is very large, level, surrounded by trees, with a toilet block in one corner. The pitching regime is informal and there is room for the largest tents. The ‘top’ field is a little smaller, but again level and has ample room for the largest tents, and its own toilet block. This is my favourite, surrounded by trees, somehow has a real cozy ‘away from it all’ feel. Camping / caravanning at its best!
The w.c. / shower (20p token) blocks, whilst not the most modern, were clean; well decorated and well maintained.
Dog walking area is a lovely meadow, nice place to go even if you do not have a dog!
Extremely good value at £5 / person / night; or £6 / person / night with ehu. (£6.50 / £7.50 in the school summer holiday period.)
The nearest beach is at St Helens & Bembridge and there are plenty of family oriented eating places in the locality. I feel I must give a special mention to the Yarbridge Inn, Brading. (CAMRA IOW Pub of the Year 2006, 2007, 2008, good food too.)
We’ve visited the IOW several times now, just a few general notes on the ferries. 1) We found that there is no need to worry if you are early or late for your booked crossing. Our experience is that as long as you have a valid ticket, they will get you on the first crossing with available space 2) We found Red Funnel consistently cheaper than Wight Link. 3) Check the inclusive Ferry / Camping packages offered by Red Funnel on their website. 4) Check the inclusive Ferry / Camping packages offered by many sites. 5) Red Funnel accepts Tesco vouchers on a 4x face value basis.
Beaper Farm Caravan & Camping Site