Located in Kent a short distance from Bedgebury Pinetum, the campsite is part of a 250 acre family farm located in a beautiful valley in the Weald of Kent. The central camping area provides water edge camping alongside a small stream, next to a wooded oasis where kids can play and build camps. We open the farm during the summer for tent camping (Check opening times). The campsite is located 0.5km off the road down a farm track, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, making it quiet and secluded, and safe for children.The camping ground covers over 70 acres of grass and woodland camping, so it never feels overly crowded. Friends and families can camp in groups and are free to pitch where they please within the allocated fields. Campfires are allowed, with firewood available at reception and in the evenings by delivery. We want to make getting back to nature as painless as possible. It is normally possible to park by your tent, however we may ask that you keep your car in the car park during your stay depending on conditions.
Bedgebury Camping is only open for 28 days a year, during the summer. This short opening keeps the site unspoilt and allows us to concentrate on making your experience relaxing and enjoyable.
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Ordnance survey map reference: TQ 716364. From London – At Junction 5 of the M25 take the A21 to Hastings Continue past Tunbridge wells and blue boys service station (Hint: M&S Simply food at the petrol station), at the next round turn left and head towards Goudhurst on the A262. Go up the hill into the centre of Goudhurst and turn right at the village pond down the B2079. Continue down the hill to the bottom of the valley we are the last turning on the right before you start climbing back up the valley. From the South – Head towards Flimwell on the A21, at Flimwell head towards Tunbridge Wells on the A21, take the first right after Flimwell and follow the signs to Bedgebury National Pinetum. This will take you down Lady Oak Lane. Go past the Bedgebury forest entrance and continue towards Goudhurst for about 5 minutes. Go down into the valley, we are the first on the left. From the East – Head towards Goudhurst on the A262, turn left at the village pond down the B2079. Continue down the hill to the bottom of the valley we are the last turning on the right before you start climbing back up the valley.
- London Stansted Airport - 88 km
- London Luton Airport - 103 km
- Cambridge Airport - 124 km
- Newhaven - 44 km
- Folkestone Eurotunnel Port - 50 km
- Dover - 61 km
Cards accepted at this property
Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.