Crowborough Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a popular East Sussex camping site, offering 90 pitches for tents and touring vehicles. The park is open from late March until early November, and offers serviced pitches as well as on-site access to laundry facilities. We also have a children’s play area that is open all day, allowing your little ones to run off any excess energy they haven’t already burned off during their trip.
Our park is situated on the outskirts of Crowborough, a charming town that was actually built specifically as a holiday resort in the 19th century. In Crowborough you will find everything you need to complete your stay, including shops and places to grab something to eat and drink. The location of Crowborough makes our park the perfect base for heading out and exploring East Sussex to the south or Kent to the north and east. We are only a short drive away from Royal Tunbridge Wells, an affluent town with many great shops and bars that is always popular with those travelling through the local area. You could also head into Ashford to enjoy shopping at the famous outlet centre in the town, while if you are feeling super adventurous you could even head over to France for the day.
To the south of the park, you can find the sprawling South Downs National Park, with points throughout where you can hire bicycles to explore the terrain, or indulge in horse riding and other outdoor activities such as climbing and abseiling. If you are looking for something more relaxing then there are plenty of spots available for fishing, too, both in the National Park as well as closer to our site.
The famous south coast is also easy to access, with towns such as Eastbourne, Brighton, and Hastings all perfect for days out, with all of them having many attractions suited perfectly for family adventures, including Drusillas, on the edge of the South Downs a short drive north of Eastbourne.
You’ll find plenty of things to do on the doorstep of our site, too. You can use the leisure centre and enjoy discounts when camping at the park, and there is also a games room for the days the kids want entertainment but you just want to relax and take in the surroundings. There are also several National Trust properties in the local area, giving you plenty to do and options for all tastes and interests when you choose to stay with us.
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Crowborough town is a ten-minute walk from the site, with a good range of shops and places to eat, as well as a statue of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who spent much of his life here. The town’s leisure centre is next to the site and offers discounts to campers using the swimming pool.
Climbing, abseiling and skiing are among the pursuits available at Bowles Activity Centre, while further afield, the beaches and attractions o Eastbourne and Hastings are great for a family day out. The National Trust properties of Chartwell and Batemans – former homes of Winston Churchill and Rudyard Kipling respectively – are also worth a visit.
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