If you're looking for campsites that have camping pods available in Hampshire then this is just the right page. Use the 'Campsite List' tab to browse all the campsites in Hampshire that have camping pods available or click on the 'Campsite Map' tab to view them conveniently located on a map.
Things to do in Hampshire
Less than 100 miles from London by road, Hampshire remains relatively little-known. The coast, particularly the Portsmouth area, has a strong naval tradition, while Winchester and Aldershot have strong links with the Army, including the Royal Green Jackets and the Army Medical Services respectively.
There are dozens of glorious stately homes and villas dotted around the countryside, from Rockbourne Roman Villa to Highclere Castle, the film location for the hit TV series Downton Abbey. The county as a whole is steeped in history, and legend has it that Winchester Cathedral is home to King Arthur's Round Table.
If you decide to make the Portsmouth area your base, then a trip up the Spinnaker Tower is a must, especially on a clear day. Take a tour around the historic Dockyard for a glimpse into the area's naval past, from Tudor times to the Battle of Trafalgar. Just over the water in Gosport, the Submarine Museum and Explosion! offer a great day out for the whole family. If you need a break from all that history, then Gunwharf Quays offers shopping, leisure or simply the chance to watch the world go by at one of the harbourside restaurants.
The county has excellent restaurants everywhere, so whether it's Nepalese, Thai, French, Italian, afternoon tea or hearty Hampshire fare you're seeking, you'll find it here.
For those who want to shop and dine in style, Southampton offers modern malls and excellent nightlife; or take a ferry from Portsmouth, Southampton or the New Forest to the Isle of Wight for a day trip to one of England's prettiest islands.
If you need a break from the coast, then head inland to the New Forest. Leave the car behind and hire a bike or venture out on horseback for a totally different view of the countryside. Lyndhurst and Lymington are old-style small towns with quirky and original shops and pubs. Nearby Bealiueu houses the National Motor Museum as well as the Abbey Ruins and a stately home: a great place to spend the day for everyone.
If literature appeals to you, visit Charles Dickens' home in Portsmouth or Jane Austen's final home at Alton, both offering a fascinating glimpse into their life and times. If your idea of fun is to be in with the action, then take a sailing or fishing trip from Portsmouth or Fareham, or play a round of golf or two at Liphook. Shopping, history, sport and leisure: this quiet county has it all.
Campsites that have camping pods available in Hampshire
Sutton Wood Lane, Bighton, Alresford, Nr Winchester, Hampshire., SO24 9SG
Pitches: 3 Pods 5 touring | Season: Open all year
Map of campsites in Hampshire that have camping pods available
Use the map below to find a campsite in Hampshire- simply zoom into the relevant area and you will find all the campsites indicated by markers. Click on any marker for more information. Alternatively, you can browse campsites by region/county using the links below.