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Adgestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Adgestone, Isle of Wight

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Adgestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site, with a four-star rating from the Camping and Caravanning Tourist Board, is one of the very best and most popular caravan parks on the Isle of Wight. Open from late April to late October, the park welcomes visitors with their own motorhomes or touring caravans, and also provides pitches for tents; a selection of these are fully serviced pitches. For those who do not wish to bring their own accommodation, there is also a number of holiday homes at Adgestone, which is a short distance from the town of Sandown.

All the facilities you need for a stress-free trip can be found at Adgestone. Not only are the basics such as electricity hook-ups and laundry facilities available, you can also use our on-site shop and takeaway food facilities; if you want to stay at Adgestone and enjoy the park site without leaving, you can do just that without feeling as if you are missing anything. Wi-Fi is also available across the park for those who want to stay updated with what is going on in the world beyond their holiday.

Adgestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site is pet and child friendly. There are plenty of open spaces for pets to run around in, as well as miles of beautiful countryside for you to explore with them. For the kids, there is an on-site swimming pool and play area situated in the park, meaning both they and young at heart adults can have great fun every minute they spend at Adgestone.

If you travel a short distance from the site, you will find more places where you can swim, as well as opportunities for sightseeing walks, fishing, and playing golf both at the local club in Sandown and across the Isle of Wight.

One of the best things about holidaying on the Isle of Wight is that you enjoy easy access to several archaeological sites and museums. Dinosaur Isle is one of the most famous museums in the area; it is interactive and great fun for children; when you have had your fill of indoor fun you can head back outside and go hunting for fossils on the beach.

Elsewhere, there are railway attractions, country parks, an aquarium, and much more within a stone’s throw of the site. The Isle of Wight is just waiting for you to discover and explore it; Adgestone is the perfect base that allows you to do this.

Open from:
20 April - 1 October

Disabled access, Family park, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Swimming pool(s), Take away food, Washing up facilities, Wireless internet


Grass pitches
Difficult access/approach
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents

Other facilities:

Electric shaver sockets
Family shower room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing,Shop
Ball games
Fishing (rod licence required)
Designated dog walk
Alternative Accommodation

Holiday homes (for rent), Motorhome pitches, Serviced pitches (touring), Tent pitches, 270 Touring pitches, Swimming pool(s)

Nearby attractions:
Fishing, Swimming (Outdoor)

Brading Roman Villa is one of the best Romano-British archaeological sites in the country.
Dinosaur Isle is an interactive museum based on the island’s history. Visitors can join fossil-hunting expeditions on the beach.
Waltzing Waters is an intriguing indoor water show.
The Steam Railway and Island Line Trains (with London Underground stock) both run on the island.
The Needles at Alum Bay are multi-coloured chalk cliffs. The area is also home to a sweet factory, glassmaker and chairlift.
The sandy beaches and pier at Sandown are close to the site and great for families. The island hosts many special events, including a walking festival in May, a scooter rally in August and a cycling festival in September.
Blackgang Chine has a mixture of rides, goblins, dinosaurs and nursery rhyme characters, while Shanklin Chine is a peaceful, natural gorge.
Osborne House was Queen Victoria’s palace by the sea.
There is an aquarium, model railway, planetarium and underwater archaeology centre to explore at Fort Victoria Country Park.
Brading has several attractions, including waxworks, a factory outlet and a display of vehicles.

Adgestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Lower Road
Isle of Wight, South East England
United Kingdom
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Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 3 review(s)


1.0 stars

We stayed in the Adgestone IoW Holiday Home (Static Van) 8 - 15 June 2013. The site and Wardens were pleasant, but the Van was very old, damp and smelt musty. Although it is advertised as sleeping six, there was only a small table like you find in a Touring Van, no chairs to sit and eat at the table were provided. The bathroom was poor with a cramped shower cubicle. This Static Van falls very far short of what one is entitled to expect from the CCC and is not worth the price they ask. Obviously replacement is long overdue.


4.0 stars

My wife and I won this holiday and I'm glad to say we had a great time at this site the staff were very friendly and helpful the camp was well laid out and was kept in good condition I would certainly recommend a visit and we would go back there again anytime. Our thanks again to the management and staff.


Bill & Angela McKenna


4.0 stars

fantastic site,great pool,good for kids and great value.will definately
go again.toilets could do with updating but still o.k.
fishing was good as well.staff friendly and helpful.
shame about the yapping dogs but thats the owners fault not the
sites.well done adgestone.
Adgestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Isle of Wight