A Guide for Best Camp Sites in Dorset

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Camping can be a great opportunity to leave away from daily monotonous life. There are gorgeous campsites available in Dorset. When we want to look after best sites for camping it’s really hard to list them in a single article. Here we will discuss about most popular five camp sites of Dorset.

Among all loveliest camping places in England Eweleaze Farm located in between Weymouth and Durdle Door is remarkable one. In Dorset, if you want to enjoy the Jurassic coastline you must walk and you’ll find no other spot better than Eweleaze Farm in Osmington, Weymouth. You can enjoy the coastline curve in many view also there’s scope of paddling, sandcastling, swimming or snorkeling in the luxury private beach.

The Burnbake camping spot near Corfe Castle can give you exceptional camping experience. Yours main attraction will be the woodland. Here some areas are cleared for pitching but most of it simply untouched for shady spot to camp. For your kids fun there’s a swinging tyre. The onsite café can be your place for a night off from cooking.

Downshay Farm located near of Swanage isn’t flat like other camp sites but you will surely enjoy walking at steam locomotive. This sloping campsite will give the opportunity of a better view across the Dorset countryside. The amazing view of rugged hills, Corfe Castle and glimpse of chugging steam train will definitely be one of the most amazing memories anyone can have in camping.

You’ll get warm welcome in Hook Farm in Uplyme, Lyme Regis. It’s one of the best places for early risers. They can easily take a walk to the west for enjoying morning sun. Gorgeous morning site from top of hill can be another attraction in here.

Riversidelakes in Horton covers around 12 acres of woodland and meadow. Three lakes have increased tourist’s magnetism a lot. Mown pathways are cool for bicycle riding. For a family with kids it’s one of the most preferable campsites in Dorset.