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Michelle
17-11-2013, 19:50
Me and my hubby are spending some lush needed time away from 28th December for 7 days and fancy new forest. We going from Weston super mare in our Moto home so any nice wild camping spots along way and when we there would be lush and and nice sea view wicked camp site for new yrs eve hook up ???
Thanks michelle

vindiboy
17-11-2013, 20:16
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En route you could call in here for a night or two, it is at Street ,Somerset, it is Clarkes employee car park and it is a free official stopover place for Caravans and Campers, it is alongside the A39 but is very quiet at night, NO SERVICES, a short walk to the Outlet Shopping at Street, Clarkes Village, take your purse, a Sainsburys and Lidl a short walk away and a Mc. Donalds too .They close the gates at night [Pedestrian access at all times] so no Boy Racers . Wild Camping in the New Forest is not allowed as it is a National Park but there are lots of places where you could probably get away with it.

chrisinbrighton
17-11-2013, 20:23
Me and my hubby are spending some lush needed time away from 28th December for 7 days and fancy new forest. We going from Weston super mare in our Moto home so any nice wild camping spots along way and when we there would be lush and and nice sea view wicked camp site for new yrs eve hook up ???
Thanks michelle
My experience with the New forest is that there are signs everywhere no camping overnighting ect the rangers patrol & move you on there is a very expensive campsite they try to persued you to go on called Sandyballs open all year.However along the main road from Ringwood to Bournemouth are two or three lorry parks well sign posted with quiet corners & toilets café & burgervan during the day I have used these many atime

vindiboy
17-11-2013, 20:24
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This is Boltons Bench at Lyndhurst , {the capital of the New Forest }as you can see there is lots of free parking here and great walks, a short walk into Lyndhurst town for all shops and Visitor Centre , Possible overnight here but Rangers do visit, lovely place in Summer at the Parking, [NO SERVICES } Cricket pitch here Forest Animals roaming, A place we often spend the day at in our van .

vindiboy
17-11-2013, 20:41
Camping & Touring (http://www.shorefield.co.uk/Camping-and-Touring.aspx) Some spoil yourself sites here , Lyton Lawn is one we have used, no sea views but a short walk to MILFORD ON SEA or bus ride , lovely area right opposite the IOW , Keyhaven Lymington a short bike ride or bus.Sandy Balls as stated by an earlier poster is a great site to use NOT too expensive this time of year, swimming Pool and usually an ICE RINK is constructed for the festive Season, the River Avon flows through part of the site and is a lovely walk through the Forest to it.

vindiboy
17-11-2013, 20:53
http://goo.gl/maps/rzeIv This is Avon Valley Park, Motorhomes can overnight here [ Pay ? } not used it myself as too close to home, but it would be OK if you want to travel into the coastal area daily and return at night, not realy a lush spoil yourself place though.

vindiboy
17-11-2013, 21:05
http://goo.gl/maps/oSwXB This is BOSCOMBE right on the sea front, Motorhomes can overnight all along here no problem, great walks along the cliffs and beaches, a vernicular rail way to the beach if you want to ride it, Whetherspoons pub on the beach, good place to visit, [ Boscombe ] very busy in Summer here, watch the Bournemouth Air Show from here when it is on,The Council made an artificial Surf Reef here but it did not work and it is still in the Court process.

robjk
17-11-2013, 21:22
http://goo.gl/maps/rzeIv This is Avon Valley Park, Motorhomes can overnight here [ Pay ? } not used it myself as too close to home, but it would be OK if you want to travel into the coastal area daily and return at night, not realy a lush spoil yourself place though.

Stayed here April time and it was free in the truck park, only a few trucks in and out over night,

Rob

flyinghigh
18-11-2013, 07:28
Had a weekend there last week, there is a good parking spot next to Lepe country park, just outside the park for coaches, all day parking for £5 or the ranger doesn't arrive before 0730 in the morning so you could up sticks and go before then, the other place we stayed is a parking area of the road on the B3056 opposite culverley farm, very quite a secluded , worth going to exbury park if it's open, it's in the same area,

oldish hippy
18-11-2013, 07:38
hi and welcome another one from beside the seaside you could try the fox and goose greywell nice pub think few of them are meeting up on a site for new new year could find out more if you are intrested in this spend a day at stonehenge

invalid
18-11-2013, 09:43
Barton on Sea along the front, nothing to stop you parking there for the night, great views of the Isle of Wight.

Michelle
22-11-2013, 12:40
http://goo.gl/maps/4JwId

En route you could call in here for a night or two, it is at Street ,Somerset, it is Clarkes employee car park and it is a free official stopover place for Caravans and Campers, it is alongside the A39 but is very quiet at night, NO SERVICES, a short walk to the Outlet Shopping at Street, Clarkes Village, take your purse, a Sainsburys and Lidl a short walk away and a Mc. Donalds too .They close the gates at night [Pedestrian access at all times] so no Boy Racers . Wild Camping in the New Forest is not allowed as it is a National Park but there are lots of places where you could probably get away with it.

Thanks for your help but we wanted someone in the scenic and quite so will look for somewhere else to tour over Devon area : )

Michelle
22-11-2013, 12:42
Thanks for the advice but want to tour somewhere Nic and scenic will look for somewhere else south

Michelle
22-11-2013, 12:43
Barton on Sea along the front, nothing to stop you parking there for the night, great views of the Isle of Wight.

Mmm sounds good thank you

Michelle
22-11-2013, 12:51
Camping & Touring (http://www.shorefield.co.uk/Camping-and-Touring.aspx) Some spoil yourself sites here , Lyton Lawn is one we have used, no sea views but a short walk to MILFORD ON SEA or bus ride , lovely area right opposite the IOW , Keyhaven Lymington a short bike ride or bus.Sandy Balls as stated by an earlier poster is a great site to use NOT too expensive this time of year, swimming Pool and usually an ICE RINK is constructed for the festive Season, the River Avon flows through part of the site and is a lovely walk through the Forest to it.

Sounds really nice thank you : )

Michelle
22-11-2013, 12:58
http://goo.gl/maps/oSwXB This is BOSCOMBE right on the sea front, Motorhomes can overnight all along here no problem, great walks along the cliffs and beaches, a vernicular rail way to the beach if you want to ride it, Whetherspoons pub on the beach, good place to visit, [ Boscombe ] very busy in Summer here, watch the Bournemouth Air Show from here when it is on,The Council made an artificial Surf Reef here but it did not work and it is still in the Court process.

Sounds lovely and will defo go : )

Michelle
22-11-2013, 13:04
hi and welcome another one from beside the seaside you could try the fox and goose greywell nice pub think few of them are meeting up on a site for new new year could find out more if you are intrested in this spend a day at stonehenge

Hey sounds great more info please : ) be great to meet up with more members : ))

Michelle
22-11-2013, 13:39
Sounds really nice thank you : )

Just checked sandy balls and £120 for two nights touring

invalid
22-11-2013, 15:57
Just checked sandy balls and £120 for two nights touring

What, did you say you wanted to buy the pitch? Haven’t been on a site for years, if that’s the price they now charge to be lined up and inspected, they know what they can do, be free go wild and live.

trevskoda
22-11-2013, 18:25
have been to new forest a few times at boat jumble ,stayed at mill house,saw people camping in forest.
loved the wild horses,one tried to push my wife into pond,should have let it ,te he,loved the place.

invalid
22-11-2013, 18:54
There are still some spit and sawdust pubs off the beaten tracts, which still serve up some old country beers, Old Rodger and the like.
I think there good to clean your paint brushes in, but if you drink them you’d better be staying the night.


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