Horsley Camping and Caravanning Club Site can be found in the beautiful Surrey countryside. Our park is far enough from the busy M25 and surrounding roads to feel like you are fully secluded from the world around you, but close enough to ensure you can head into London or explore the various attractions of the surrounding area at your leisure while you stay with us.
Our site surrounds a beautiful lake that plays host to various activities throughout our annual opening, which runs from late March to early November. We have 120 pitches that are open for motorhomes, touring campervans, and tents, with serviced pitches available. In addition to full electricity hook-up capability, we offer a range of facilities that aim to make your stay as comfortable and as convenient as possible, including washing up, laundry, waste disposal, and Wi-Fi internet access. The park is pet and child friendly, with a children’s play area situated on-site and plenty of open space for both kids and pets to run around in and play ball games.
We are situated on the edge of the North Downs, meaning you have instant access to a range of nature trails of varying difficulty, which are fun to be tackled both on foot and on bicycle. Selected locations around the North Downs will also offer horse riding, which is great fun for adults and kids, especially if you haven’t done it before. Guildford is only a short drive away, with a city centre that has a traditional feel and a variety of shops and bars to explore and enjoy. Guildford also has three properties that are owned by the National Trust that are open during our season, while there are a number of Royal Horticultural Society gardens close to our site, the most famous being Wisley.
For a unique day out we recommend checking out the piglet racing and getting involved in the farm work at Bocketts Farm Park, while you can reach a number of the UK’s most popular theme parks with a short drive, including Legoland Windsor, Thorpe Park, and Chessington World of Adventures.
You can also drive or take the train into London if you want to explore the city, while the M25 can take you to various towns and landmarks quickly, depending on where you are looking to go.
Whether you want outdoor fun on your doorstep or easy travel to a number of exciting attractions, Horsley Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a great place to stay, relax, and choose what you’d like to do.
Hardstanding with electric hook-up,Grass pitch with electric hook-up,Seasonal Pitches,Storage facilities,Grass only pitch (no electric),A well-sheltered site,Flushing toilet,Showers,Washbasins,Electric shaver sockets,Dedicated accessible facilities,Parent and baby room,Chemical toilet disposal point,Drinking water taps,Washing Machines,Dishwashing facilities,Ice pack freezing,Childrens play area,Recreation hall,Fishing (rod licence required),Gas cylinders,Payphone,Pets welcome,Designated dog walk,Wi-fi(Wicoms Ltd),Grass only pitch for larger tents,Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
The site is on the edge of the North Downs, where there is a well-maintained network of footpaths.
Denbies is England’s largest vineyard.
The Royal Horticultural Society’s Garden at Wisley is close by.
Bocketts Farm Park hosts piglet racing and is a working farm.
The city of Guildford has three National Trust properties, including Dapdune Wharf – the centrepiece of the River Wey Navigations.
Hatchlands is set in the 430-acre Repton Park. The 18th century mansion has Adam interiors and a collection of keyboard instruments.
Brooklands Museum is based at the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation. It is home to the first purpose-built motor racing circuit as well as a Wellington bomber.
Several theme parks are in the area, including Legoland, Chessington World of Adventures and Thorpe Park.
Newland Corner is five miles from the site. Managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust Countryside Services, it has several trails to follow.
Shalford Mill is an early 18th century water mill, with its original millstone.
Trains go in to London from East Horsley village
Based on 2 review(s)
13 May 2018
We were welcomed with the words "this was not a place for people like us". Now... we are still wondering what that means. We are a sportive couple in our 30's with a well behaved border collie and a well maintained camper fiat ducato from 2011. We felt soo bad after our visit, as the lady kept on giving reasons why we could not stay. I would not be in our budget (how could she possibly know and why did she made this judgment?!), weekends were only min 2 nights (it was saturday around 6pm, so the open spaces would not be filled in anymore), the grass was wet and we would break it (when is the grass not wet in England?!), we were not going to be allowed to use the toilets/showers (we have our own in the camper, thank you, but sometimes it does is more comfortable to shower in a real shower ;)).
Anyway, it was a real eyeopener of the other side of England... This kind of mentallity makes me really sad. I hope next time the staff don't use clients to work out their frustrations... it was a sad sad sad woman.
HAMPSHIRE 17 Aug 2008
Horsley is a large enough caravan and camping park. The members of staff are very polite and helpful.
Where is it?
Coming off the A3 into East Horsley paints the picture of what this site is going to be like, peaceful and tranquil. The turning is signposted on the turn, so be on the lookout. Our satnav new exactly where it is.
On entry you drive up this long drive and the park is at the end of the single lane drive (with passing points). Once at the end of this drive you will see the reception building on the left, there are toilets in the building if you need to go after a long drive!
Upon check which was midday, we could not find anyone, we then found a sign stating the staff our cleaning one of the toilet blocks, which was good timing, but it did not matter.
In the reception there was a small fridge and shelves stocked with a variety of goods to buy. The shop was only opened limited times, about 0900 ti 1030 and 1630 to 1800, these times are not accurate as this is from memory.
The staff then gave me a choice of pitch, we where in the far field in the corner, nicely sheltered.
There is a choice of pitches from around the lake in the middle with hook up. Or proper camping in a very well sheltered field with no hook ups, or next to the utility building, again with no electricity. There is also in another sheltered field with electric hook ups. All the fields have grey water and drinking facilities. The Chemical loo disposal points are not too far away either.
What to do on site.
There is a reception hall with table tennis. Fishing is allowed in the lake (with a fishing license etc). There is a nice dog walk that leads onto a conservation area, our dog loved this.
This is an relaxingsite
What to do in the area.
Brooklands Motor Museum http://www.brooklandsmuseum.com/
We never managed to make it to Brooklands, as it was raining, but I have been there as a child. Lots of aircraft and cars to see, even a ride on Concorde!!!! See the website as there are special deals.
RHS Wisley http://www.rhs.org.uk/WhatsOn/gardens/wisley/index.asp
Peaceful, beautiful, walking recreation area. Plenty to see for all ages, with fish, ducks and more
Brockets Farm Park http://www.bockettsfarm.co.uk/
Here you can see lambs, pigs, sheep, goats, cows donkeys and horses, with also unusual animals, and ducks geese etc. A must see especially for the kids. My kids enjoyed this so much.
Dapdune Wharf National Trust.
Please do not make the mistake of wanting to go on a Wednesday. The wharf is open from 11.00 onwards and shut on Wednesdays. We never got see this place.
Other places are: Hatchlands park, Clandon Park, East Clandon Park. (No dogs are allowed).
Horsley Camping and Caravanning Club Site, East Horsley, Surrey.