Camping in Surrey - A List of Surrey Campsites
Camberley lies close to the borders of Hampshire and Berkshire. The Royal Military Acamdey at Sandhurst is where all officers of the British Army are trained.
Virginia Water lake lies within the Windsor Great Park. The lake is mostly in Surrey although some of it is in Berkshire. The body of water stretches over Runneymede, where in 1215 King John sealed the Magna Carta. Commemorative memorials to the Air Force, JF Kennedy and the Magna Carta memorial can be found here.
Farnham is well known for the Maltings. At one time a tannery, then a brewery, it is now a creative arts centre. The community of Farnham by raising money saved the Maltings from demolition. The town has a number of attractive houses and interesting passages which reveal hidden parts of the town. Farnham Castle was built by the Normas, the medieval keep is in the care of English Heritage and open to the public.
Woking is a large town in west Surrey and is part of the London commuter belt. The Lightbox is a museum mainly focusing on art and inventions. It has many exhibitions including a Wallace and Gromit exhibition. It is a modern building designed by the architect of the London Eye. HG Wells used the town as a setting for his novel The War of the Worlds. A large sculpture of a Martian was installed in the town centre to commemorate the towns links with the story.
Wisley is a small village and the home of the Royal Horticultural Society\'s Wisley Gardens. The river Wey runs through the village, which appears in the Doomsday book of 1086.
Campsites in Surrey
Henfold Lakes, Beare Green, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 4RW
Pitches: 50 | Season: All Year
Almners Road, KT16 0BH
Pitches: 120 | Season: All Year
Osney Lodge Farm,Byers Lane,South Godstone, RH9 8JH
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