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Northbrook Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Worthing, West Sussex

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If you are searching for somewhere to stay for your motorhome and caravan holidays in Sussex, this simple but super campsite might be what you're after.

Northbrook Farm Caravan Club Site is a wonderful park set in gorgeous West Sussex countryside a short distance outside the town of Worthing. The campsite is open from late March to early November every year, and is open to non-members as well as members of the Caravan Club.

There are 79 pitches in total, with 48 of these being hardstanding. Serviced pitches are available while there are 11 caravan storage pitches for guests planning to make Northbrook Farm Caravan Club Site their regular holiday retreat. There is no toilet block on the site, however there is a motorhome waste disposal point.

The quiet nature of the park and its proximity to the coast and local attractions makes it a very popular destination for families on their motorhome and caravan holidays. Pets are also allowed to stay on this Caravan Club campsite, and there is a dog walking site on the park. There is plenty of space for children to play ball games and run around, including the popular on-site play area. Tennis enthusiasts are able to take out temporary membership of the Tennis Club adjacent to the site, where they can use the tennis and squash courts as well as the club bar and restaurant during their stay at the park.

If you've pitched at Northbrook Farm and you want to leave the car on site while you head out to explore the surrounding area, you can take a bus from the site. This bus heads into Worthing where you can choose to take in the town or head onto the seafront. From Worthing, you could take the train to see the rest of the south coast, with popular towns such as Brighton, Littlehampton, Bognor Regis and Chichester, with its stunning cathedral, all easily reached.

Closer to this campsite, you will find miles of countryside that can be enjoyed on foot at a gentle pace, or maybe you'd like to venture out on two wheels. If you're driving, it will take you less than a quarter of an hour to reach Arundel which with its restored medieval castle is well worth a trip. At Northbrook Farm Caravan Club Site you are also within an hour's drive of sassy, cosmopolitan Brighton. Take in the iconic Royal Pavilion, walk along the seafront or dive into one of the many independent shops, boutiques, cafes or bars you'll find here.

To the west, the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty makes for a great day out, the pretty little village of Bosham lovely to wander around. You could even make the 50-minute drive to Portsmouth and jump on a ferry for a day in France – or drive a little further along the M27 to Southampton and take the ferry to the Isle of Wight.

However you like to spend your motorhome and caravan holidays, Northbrook Farm Caravan Club Site would serve as a good base for your adventures.

Open from:
15th March to 4th November

Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Shop, Wireless internet

Hardstanding Available.
Storage Pitches Available
BBQs allowed
Motorhome service point

65 Motorhome pitches, Serviced pitches (touring), 65 Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Golf, Sailing

Arundel Castle
Highdown Chalk Gardens
Brooklands Park
South Downs Way

Good Walking

Northbrook Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Titnore Way
West Sussex, South East England
United Kingdom
BN13 3RT
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Overall rating

3.5 stars

Based on 2 review(s)

east sussex

4.0 stars

Arrived 20/05 for 2 nights, met by wardens who were very helpfull (we are both disabled) the processing and payment was swift and painless. the warden recommended a pitch in a lovely shaded area near the services.
after 1/2 hour he returned 2 make sure we were ok.the trout pub round the corner was excellent in food and position.
we really loved the tranquility and restfulness of the very well laid out site, in that we asked to stay a further night,as thee site was filling up for the bank hol. w/end the wardens still made sure we stayed the extra day.
we will be returning to this site even though worthing council want to take the land back next year ???
Northbrook Farm Caravan Club Site

West Sussex

3.0 stars

A well presented caravan club site. Mainly flat level pitches with various hook ups for caravans / motor homes. A good location for exploring Worthing, surrounding locations and the South Downs.
Only negative aspect was the arrivals process. As the caravan club has cut costs by reducing the number of assistant wardens there is no one manning reception between 11am and 12:15 pm.
On the day we arrived there were seven outfits attempting to fit into the reception area with some overspill onto the adjacent road. However don't let this put you off, just arrive either side of stated cleaning times and enjoy your stay.