Chichester Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a beautiful park found close to the city of Chichester overlooking the Chichester Castle. Open from early February to mid-November, we have 55 pitches open for tents and touring campers to come and stay with us, with serviced pitches with electric hook-up available for use.
Our site also has facilities for laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal, and Wi-Fi internet that can be used by guests during their stay.
We are situated on the site of a former orchard, and a such are surrounded by woodland and colourful blossom, at least during the summer season! You can access the Sussex countryside, including the South Downs National Park, from our location, as well as the famous English south coast, a section of which you can view directly from the park.
Picking up one of the many local walking routes is easy from our park location, all of which take in the very best of the nearby scenery and landscape. The Sussex Coastal Footpath can also be picked up and allows you to walk as much of the coastline as you can manage; just remember to allow time to travel back or know where you can pick up public transport! A popular destination for walkers is the village of Emsworth, which overlooks the Emsworth Channel and has everything you need from a food and drink perspective, with country pubs, modern bars and restaurants, and takeaway food all available from there.
Chichester itself is famous for its Normal Cathedral and Roman Palace, while there are a number of great beaches to be found all along the coastline.
If you want to get in the car to explore your surroundings, then Portsmouth is a great place to start; Camping and Caravanning Club members can enjoy 20% discount on tickets for the Historic Dockyard in the city, while there are a number of other attractions, including Spinnaker Tower, to enjoy. You can also take the ferry across to the Isle of Wight or even to Northern France if you want to enjoy a day trip with a difference, while cargo ships from Bilbao also dock at Portsmouth and are a remarkable sight, while cruise liners can be witnessed leaving and docking in Southampton further along the coast.
Our park is a perfect base for exploring the whole of the south of England, with stunning coastline, great cities, and unspoiled countryside all easily accessible from our park.
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Several scenic walks start from the site and the Sussex Coastal Footpath also passes close by. Walkers will enjoy a visit to the seaside village of Emsworth, which has a great selection of pubs, restaurants, cafes and takeaways.
The city of Chichester, a few miles to the east, is worth a trip to see its Norman cathedral and the Roman Palace and Gardens at Fishbourne, while further south you’ll find the dramatic, unspoilt sandy beach at West Wittering.
Portsmouth offers more attractions, including Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays and the Historic Dockyard, where Club members received 20% discount on all-inclusive tickets.
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26 Jul 2020
Rude and not family friendly. CHICHESTER club (main road) My children were told not to play and not to ride their bikes around! My daughter had concussion and needed an ambulance in the night because she couldn’t see properly which the owners were aware of and we didn’t get back until 4am which meant the start to our very first camping trip to leave the site was delayed as we overslept. We were packing up as fast as we could and a lady with short blonde hair who worked there came over and was very rude about us hurrying up. Even though it was 11:30. I explained what happened last night and her response was very rude and said yes well you still need to be gone by 12 in a very rude voice and I said I’m going as quick as I can. It’s our first ever trip in the van and it took us longer than expected as one of the steadys came off. As we were hooking up the caravan at 12:30 (yes we were late but with extenuating circumstances) she came over and was so rude and started having a go at us saying we should have been off and 1pm people want to come in. ( Even though it’s 12:30) two other campers witnessed this and were also disgusted with how we were treated. We will never ever go back to such and unfriendly place! The club motto is the friendlyclub!