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Hurlands Camping in West Sussex

  • Bluebell Wood (campsite 2)
  • river meadow (campsite 1)
  • campsite 1
  • campsite 1
  • Bluebell wood (campsite 2)
  • View from Bluebell Wood (campsite 2)
  • Campfire (campsite 2)
  • campsite 1
  • campsite 1
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1) Totally secluded and quiet spot located in the South Downs national park.

2) I have 3 campsites. One is located in a meadow next to the river Rother (campsite 1) and the other campsite is located in the Bluebell woods (campsite 2)plus we have (campsite 3) in a large grass field overlooking the farm

3) No traffic (human or otherwise) nearby

4) Some good exploring and tree climbing for kids

5) Wild Camping at its best

6) Disused railway line right next to the camping spot where you can walk/cycle through beautiful countryside

7) Located next to a pub which serves fantastic ales. You must try the locals favourite ale called Betty Stoggs, - very nice indeed. Check their website out at
(22 min walk, 10 min cycle ride)

8). Campers attending the Three Moles Beer festival can pitch your tent in the field behind the Pub (Only a 5 minute walk.)

9)Great location to go exploring around West Sussex. (Midhurst, Petworth, Arundel, Goodwood, coastal towns, etc.)

£14 per night per adult
£7 per night per child

Each booking will have exclusive use of the site, there won't be any other campers in your area in campsite 1 and 2. Campsite 3 may be shared with other campers if we have any staying.

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Reviews of Hurlands Camping

A small group of us, 9 in all, stayed there for two nights from the 27th to the 29th May 2016. It is a great site if you’re keen to keep it simple. The hosts are fantastic, providing one of the cleanest portaloos I've ever seen, allowing open camp fires on the ground, not to mention supplying an amount of wood for our use though we also bought a fair amount with us. We stayed just by the river in which we had lots of fun swimming around in, especially as it was such a sunny weekend. The Three Moles pub just next to the farm also provided a very hospitable atmosphere and plenty of decent beer on the Saturday and I can recommend popping in. All in all, a very enjoyable place to stay. I don’t normally pay for campsites, but because of this one’s location (river, beautiful scenery etc.) and because the Three Moles host a beer festival, I would consider staying there again. Many thanks.
Simon Cush (31st May 2016)
We stayed as a group of families. We numbered about 30 in total & we had an amazing weekend. Charlie couldn't be more helpful. I'd highly recommend it.
Jane Thorpe (2nd Mar 2016)
A group of 4 of us camped and had a campfire. We had a great time. Next time we want to swim in the river and stay longer.
Oliver Sutton (25th Aug 2015)