Tent campsites in kent and sussex
Both campsites are located in designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) and are within easy reach of London, Brighton, Hastings, Lewes, Haywards Heath, Eastbourne and the South Coast.
Close by both woodland campsites, streams and paths meander through the surrounding countryside, offering delightful and scenic walks, with welcoming local hostelries nestled along the way.(Please note for our bell tent guests we offer our own unique 'wild Sussex glamping' experience.From the bright lights of Brighton Pier to the rolling chalk downlands of the South Downs, Sussex has a massive range of attractions sure to amuse any visitor.This county on the south east coast of England also has a vibrant city scene, bustling market towns, pretty villages and, of course, great country pubs.It offers our 'wild Sussex glamping' - our special brand of off-grid camping made easy.The campsite is located in the heart of Sussex, close to London and Brighton.Wild Boar Wood Campsite in West Sussex and Beech Estate Woodland Campsite in East Sussex both offer 'wild Sussex glamping' within lovely bluebell woods.
Beech Estate also offers tent pitch camping in Sussex.
Don't Miss Top of any outdoor lovers list will be the South Downs National Park, which encloses a large portion of Sussex.
This beautiful natural landscape is sprinkled with famous landmarks.
Whether you want to chill out on the beach, get active in the countryside, explore one of the region's many castles or take in a local pub gig, Sussex will not disappoint.
Sussex has many lovely villages, a stunning coastline and beautiful countryside.
Truly unique sights The Royal Pavilion in Brighton is something of a one-of-a-kind in Britain with its unusual Indian architecture, be prepared to ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ at its extraordinary and extravagant interiors.