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Ellscott Park in West Sussex

Ellscott Park is set in 8 acres of level Sussex countryside. It has 40 electric hookups, and is licensed by the local authority for 50 touring vans and or tents, it has a modern toilets with showers complete with disabled facilities.

Ellscott Park is situated on a well sheltered site with a separate designated field for ball games, bikes, flying kites. Dogs on leads are welcome.

We are only a few miles from outstanding costal beaches and the beautiful Cathedral City of Chichester with the renowned Festival Theatre, and are surrounded by beautiful countryside, ideal for walking and cycling, for a relaxing time to be had by all.

Convenient bus routes run close by offering services to Chichester and the beautiful beaches at The Witterings.

There are a number of Pubs locally, the closest is the Bell 3 minutes by car and 20 minutes on foot. There is also the Crab and Lobster, Black Horse, Blacksmiths Arms and Anchor Inn.

Double axle caravans and extra large tents with prior permission only.

No works or sign written vehicles allowed.

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Reviews of Ellscott Park

Stayed at Ellscott on 3 occassionand really like the site. I agree with the prvious reviewer the male owner is OTT in his patrolling of the site for litter and noise. The camping field is very flat and well drained and the showers and toilets are always clean. For us wjhat draws us back is the location as close to the Witterings and it is quite reasonably priced and we can book unlike some other local sites.
Von Lobster (11th Apr 2012)
It is a pleasant site, but I would not recommend it for families or groups. As a group of friends with young families we were not made to feel welcome and the owner is constantly patrolling the campsite so it feels like big brother is watching you. The male owner was very unprofessional and unfriendly on arrival.
Moody1 (11th Jun 2011)