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We have a quiet time after 10 pm to allow for the sounds of wildlife to fill the site.
We offer hot showers, new flushing toilets and covered washing-up facilities.
We loved being so close to the woods and made the most of the great nature walks you can take, seeing the deer at night really made the trip, alongside all the other birds and nature you never to get to see as Londoners.
We especially liked the Secret Teapot and took advantage of the great hot chocolates provided!
With no cars on site, there was even less noise (and plenty of barrows to move gear from car to pitch). We managed to strike up a few good conversations with other campers at the washing up facilities, which was a lovely alternative to the straight faces of London.
We are blessed with hundreds of Public Footpaths in the area, so lots of opportunities for Hiking and Walking, and Expedition Training. To help with your planning, this website contains a wealth of useful information; how to find us; where to buy your food; the nearest hospitals (just in case); and some ideas of what to do both on- and off-site. ‘Parking’, or ‘Campfire’, enter that word into the Search box at the foot of the menu.Within 23 acres of ancient woodland there are 19 secluded camping areas, each named after a part of Brighton or the surrounding settlements (see our Site Map).We can accommodate groups of various sizes, from teams of four doing their D of E (Duke of Edinburgh) training, to District Events of 300 plus.If you want tent camping with real fires and spacious pitches, this is the place for you! Our group thoroughly enjoyed the weekend, the kids had an absolute ball and our pitch (Elder I think) was lovely and secluded meaning we felt a little more comfy with our slightly rowdy kids in amongst our disorganisation of the Friday evening!
We spent the early May Bank Holiday at the Secret Campsite for the first time and came away mightily impressed. The pub recommendation was great - The Great Oak - our children aged 3, 4 and 6 managed the mile and a half down the train track, although we were all somewhat weary on the way back!
Our pitch was enormous (as were the others), meaning lots of privacy. The facilities were clean with a good shower and plenty of toilets which were also kept clean, no manky wet floors.