Steal away to an orchard by the south coast in the country's newest National Park.
Natural and unspoilt sum up our peaceful Slindon Club campsite set in an orchard on the edge of Slindon Forest, National Trust owned bluebell woods, in the heart of the South Downs National Park.
There are many walks direct from the campsite through surrounding woodland and estate which has 25 miles of public right of way and ten geocache boxes waiting to be discovered.The National Trust owned Slindon village is a stroll away and has a pub (The Spur) and community store - The Forge - which also serves as a café.Cyclists can have their pick of circular routes all starting from the village.The market town of Arundel, east of Slindon campsite, boasts a castle, a cathedral and the Arundel Wildfowl Trust – a 65-acre haven for wildlife.Site is fairly level but own washing /toilet facilities are essential as non available on site. Essentials available on site and nice village shop with a caf� in the village.
Transport needed if you want to travel further afield to Arundel, Chichester or the coast.
Plenty of interesting places to visit in the area like Arundel Castle, Downland Weald Museum and Amberly chalk pits Museum. This was our second visit and friendly fellow campers on both occasions.
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Amberley museum just north of the town looks at the area’s industrial heritage.
Parham House and Gardens at Storrington and Goodwood House to the east of Slindon, West Dean Gardens and Denmans – a tamed wilderness garden – near Chichester and are all interesting days out, as is the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum.
Beach lovers should head to the family–friendly beaches at Littlehampton, Bognor Regis and West Wittering.