As the summer approaches we’re all starting to think about getting out more, and the possible holiday we are going on this year. If you are looking for ideas on where to go this summer, and camping or caravanning is your thing, then take a look at what sites I found along the south. I have found something suitable for everyone! Near A Beach  If you’re looking for a site that is near a beach, then head to Chichester Campsite. My favorite beach is only 25 minutes drive, West Witterings. A sandy blue flag beach, with beach huts, miles of sandy beaches and great facilities on hand. You won’t be disappointed. west wittering beach Woodland  If you’re looking for a woodland site, then you cannot go wrong with The New Forest, and Ashurst campsite looks perfect. A stunning woodland area, with ponies roaming and many many paths to follow. You will run out of time to explore it all! There are little villages, and towns to explore, so you can stop off for a tasty ice cream in the sun. Ashley Walk A Swimming Pool My kids love a swimming pool, they would spend hours and hours in one if they could. Having a campsite with a swimming pool on site would be perfect for us. You could head off to the pool, and not even have to drive anywhere to get to it. Adgestone campsite has one! It is also on the Isle of Wight, so if you don’t live on the Isle Of Wight, then you have the fun of the boat trip over there too! No Dogs Allowed  Even though I love my dog very much, not everyone does love dogs. If this is you and you would prefer a site without dogs, then take a look at Denny Wood. Although this site doesn’t have any toilets or showers, so right back to nature and simple camping. Ashley Walk Great For Kids  Going away with kids can bring its own challenges, and involves a lot of planning and making sure everything is safe. So consider taking out some insurance to cover you for any surprises! The Camping and Caravanning Club offers a range of insurance schemes perfect for any trip. Finding a campsite that welcomes kids and makes things easier is what you should look for. Holmsley sounds perfect, family shower cubicles, battery charging facilities, childrens play areas and take away facilities for when you’ve had too much fun all day and not had time to cook! *Commissioned post

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  1. I’m going to have to share this with my hubby. We really want to take the girls camping again.

  2. The London Mum Reply

    I think my son is the right age to take camping now, and actually think it would make a great trip for some solo time with his dad when the new baby arrives. Well once he’s over the excitement of the baby anyway. It’s a great way to bond and get closer and just spend some fabulous time together making memories.

  3. I’m not a huge fan of camping, my husband loves it tho. But wow, those places looks amazing! I might give them a go if the opportunity comes.

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