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Camber Sands Holiday Park in East Sussex

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Camber Sands is located right next to a seven mile stretch of golden sand, it is a beach paradise! Camber Sands truely has something for everyone here are a list of the facilities on park...

- Choice of 4 Indoor heated pools
- All-weather waters sports court and sports resort programme
- Adventure Playground
- Evening Showbar
- Boathouse Restaurant
- Visiting Cabarets and Inhouse Shows
- Children's Clubs

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Reviews of Camber Sands Holiday Park

Fantastic park for my 4 children. Agree with other reviewer that the depth of soil on the tent pitching was awkward, however, we just moved the tent pegs around until we found a suitable depth.
I also agree with the slow service in the fish & chip shop, however, we simply adjusted our schedule to allow for this. We were on holiday after all and therefore not rushing about.
The reception staff were helpful and friendly.
Will be returning with my family again this year as the facilities were superb and clean too.
Fantastic beach a couple of minutes walk away was an added bonus.
Carolyn (28th May 2013)
Do not camp here, I have just arrived back home after a day from hell at this resort.
The food was awful and the staff were not in the least helpful.
When a storm moved in aal my tent pegs came loose, the tent pitches have only about five inches of very loose soil before you hit what feels like concrete, apparently the touring field is on top of the old pools so all you have to secure your tent is a feww inches of soil. I tried longer pegs however after 3-5 inches you hit what feels like concrete and your peg bend and break.
We tried eating in the fish and chip shop, the food took nearly an hour to get to us and was undercooked and unedible. The reception staff at the front gate were rude at the best and did not want kow why we cut our five day camping break down to just one.
Please take my advice if you are thinking of a camping trip avoid this place .
Tony (25th Aug 2012)