Slindon Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a small site situated in a Slindon Park orchard. Slindon Park itself is a sprawling, 3,500-acre estate that is managed and ran by the National Trust, and is part of the popular South Downs National Park. We are a short distance from the beautiful south coast of England, and towns like Bognor Regis, Portsmouth, and Southampton are all within reach, while Arundel is the nearest city – albeit a small one - to the site within the South Downs.
Our park is small and friendly, offering 40 pitches for motorhomes, tents, and touring caravans, with electric hook-ups, Wi-Fi internet, and chemical waste disposal facilities available. We are open from late March until late September.
A range of family friendly activities are available throughout the South Downs; you can always find a nature trail to explore on foot or via bicycle, while the waterways of the area always offer opportunities for a relaxing days’ fishing. Explorers will find a mix of woodland, rolling countryside, and farmland to enjoy, where they can up close to nature and take in the tranquil surroundings.
Trips to the coast are a very popular activity among our guests, while travelling into Hampshire allows you to take trips across to the Isle of Wight or even over to Northern France if you wish to. There are great beaches to find all along the south coast, including at Bognor Regis, while to the east Littlehampton, Worthing, and Brighton are all easy to get to in the car or using public transport.
Away from the major towns of the area, you’ll find the charming and historic village of Slindon close to our site, which is surrounded by beautiful gardens that feature an array of colourful plants.
Arundel is a popular place for visitors to head; the Sussex County Cricket Team often play fixtures at the cricket ground in the city, giving an opportunity for a day (or four) to be spent outdoors, relaxing and not doing much else at all. Arundel also has a castle and a museum that are open throughout the year for visitors to come along and explore, as well as a number of shops and opportunities to eat and drink fine examples of local produce.
Outside of Chichester you’ll find the small village of Bosham, overlooking the Emsworth Channel, and its natural harbour where, in folklore, King Cnut tried to hold back the tide.
Types of pitches:
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
No dedicated accessible facilities
Drinking water taps,
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
Battery charging facilities
The historic village of Slindon is largely in the care of the National Trust, and there are plenty of woodland walks as well as several beautiful gardens nearby, including Denmans; Fontwell – based on a tamed wilderness – and Parham Elizabethan House, which also has a deer park.
Other attractions in the area include the city of Arundel with its castle and museum; seaside resorts Littlehampton and Bognor Regis with family-friendly beaches; and Bosham, a pretty village by a natural harbour where King Cnut is reputed to have tried to hold back the tide.
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