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Jim's Camping in Dorset

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Small, quiet and secluded. Small fires allowed.

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Reviews of Jim's Camping

Great basic propper camping, we loved it and felt safe for children to play. If you like well done up toilets and showers then not for you, as these are like old sheds but had the well equipped with what one needs. Showers are hot and big in a wooden hut type building. We also liked the fact that you don't need to book just turn up as they come round and check who's staying they grow flowers that you can buy no busy traffic coming in and out so very safe for children to wonder around. We will visit again.
samantha (7th Aug 2016)
Lovely location surrounded by beautiful countryside. Jim and Gill grown all sorts of flowers and vegetables at the site, which we were able to buy at a very reasonable price. The freshly picked carrots and broad beans were the stars of the show at our campfire-cooked meal! Great campsite for children. Well located for exploring Lulworth Cove and other Dorset gems. Thanks for a wonderful few days!
The Leylands (5th Jul 2015)
Basic camp site very peaceful and good value for money
elaine raja (14th Jun 2015)
This was our 2nd visit. it may be basic, but it's great for the dogs and very peaceful. Will be returning on our next camping trip.
Eddie Cozens (25th Jun 2014)
Quiet, basic but wonderful wild & free camping - the kids loved it. Wood & saw provided for campfire, goose catching & raspberry picking - Fantastic peaceful place - will be back again
Harriet Graham (11th Aug 2011)