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The Orchard Campsite in Suffolk

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The Orchard Campsite is set in over 8 acres on the edge of the Suffolk village of Wickham Market. Close to the Suffolk Heritage Coast and Rendlesham Forest - famous for UFO sightings 25 years ago!

The site offers a friendly, family atmosphere in a quiet rural setting with a variety of pitches to suit most tastes and is open all year round.

The Orchard has been in Alan Hammond's family for three generations. Alan first opened the campsite more than 15 years ago under certification from the Camping and Caravan Club.

In recent years the popularity of the site has increased rapidly with many visitors returning several times each year enjoying the variety of seasons at the Orchard.

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Reviews of The Orchard Campsite

Just arrived back from a night's stay at The Orchard. Attended a wedding at the camp site. The site was lovely, well equipped shop supplying barbecued hot food from 7am until late. Plenty of clean facilities and ample toilet paper provided. Really pleasant staff. Picturesque and quiet. Shame we couldn't stay longer.
Lynne Nelson (3rd Aug 2014)
Couldnt fault the site, shop that sold everything, super friendly and very helpful, clean toilets and showers and and washroom. Washing machine on site. Set on lovley grounds, we had a pitch right on the river and the children had the most fun especially when the owner gave out glow sticks at night to all the children. Cant wait to stay again!
miss fairweather (8th Jun 2012)