Black Knowl is located within the aincent New Forest and offers over 140 miles of track to explore on foot, bicycle or horseback. The site itself is set on a quiet open aspect plot within walking distance of Brockenhurst with all the common amenities of a small village.
The main attraction of this site is the vast area of the New Forest to explore. The forest was created in 1079 by William the Conqueror and was his original hunting ground. Visit The Lyndhurst Museum and Visitors' Centre which explains the fascinating history of the Forest.
Please do not arrive before 12:00. Please note there is no longer a late arrivals area and operates as a members only site.
Dog exercising area
Motorhome service point
- National Motor Museum at Beauleau
- Bucklers Hardtime Maritime Museum
- family freindly areas of the forest
- very good area for picnics
- Longdown Dairy Farm
- Paultons park
and many more nearby!
- tourist information point
- public transport
- places of worship
Based on 3 review(s)
UK 03 Dec 2014
Excellent site right in the heart of the New Forrest, well situated to visit all surrounding areas or just stay put and enjoy the abundance of walks and cycling and beautiful scenery. Highly recommend. Booked again for 2015
lancashire 25 Jul 2014
Perfect place to stay for all the family, we had a wonderful time i'm sure you will too, it is very nice and friendly environment and I would recommend anybody to stay there as we will be doing next time
Berkshire 11 Dec 2013
A small site located right in the heart of the New Forest - wonderful for dog walking locally, good access to the beaches at Mudeford, Southbourne and Bournemouth. A little old fashioned and with, currently, no Wi-Fi, which is a nuisance, though that may be resolved soon if the Caravan Club can renew their lease. Toilet block clean but dated - reminds me a little of Hi-de-Hi ! - wardens have always been excellent. Worth a visit.