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Located in Kent a short distance from Bedgebury Pinetum, the campsite is part of a 250-acre family farm located in a beautiful valley in the Weald of Kent. A small brook runs alongside the campground providing water edge camping, next to a wooded oasis where kids can play and build camps.
We open the farm for the whole of August for tent camping.The campsite is located 0.5km off the road down a farm track, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, making it quiet and secluded, and safe for children.
The camping ground covers over four acres, so it never feels crowded. Friends and families can camp in groups pitching where they please. On arrival you are free to choose where to pitch. Campfires are allowed, with firewood available at reception.
We want to make getting back to nature as painless as possible. It is normally possible to park by your tent, however we may ask that you keep your car in the car park during your stay.
Nearby attractions and activities
During the day you can stay on site and enjoy the space, alternatively you can go walking with access to an array of public footpaths. You could also take a day's excursion to a number of local attractions including Bedgebury Pinetum (5 mins away), Bewl Water (10mins), Scotney Castle (15 mins), Sissinghurst Gardens (30mins), Hastings and others (please ask at reception). Events are being held at a number of these locations throughout August.
Bedgebury Camping is committed to providing you with a genuinely individual service that is both highly enjoyable and environmentally sustainable.
Attractions near Bedgebury Camping
- Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest (2.2 miles)
- Scotney Castle (2.2 miles)
- Sissinghurst Castle Garden (5.5 miles)
- Scotney Castle (2.2 miles)
- Sprivers Garden (2.5 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Activities near Bedgebury Camping
Lamberhurst - Kilndown - Scotney Castle - Lamberhurst (2.8 miles) Walking
Lamberhurst - Furnace Mill - Scotney Castle - Lamberhurst (2.8 miles) Walking
Janet's Walk: Matfield - Paddock Wood - Matfield (5.1 miles) Walking
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Tipis, yurts, or wigwams
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Lamberhurst: Chequers Coach Stop — 2.8mi
Flimwell Coach Stop — 3.3mi
Hurst Green: Royal George Coach Stop — 5.9mi
- Train stations
Marden Rail Station — 5.3mi
Paddock Wood Rail Station — 6.3mi
Staplehurst Rail Station — 6.3mi
- Ferry ports
Gravesend Pier — 24.1mi
Tilbury Ferry Terminal — 24.4mi
Newhaven Harbour Ferry Terminal — 27.8mi
Lydd London Ashford Airport — 23.2mi
Biggin Hill Airport — 24.3mi
London Gatwick Airport — 27.2mi
To find your way to bedgebury camping, simply follow the signs to Bedgebury pinetum. If you're coming from Goudhurst you'll find us on the way, if you're coming from the A21 carry on past the pinetum towards Goudhurst, and you'll find us in the valley on the left.
Sat Nav - Type in the postcode TN17 2QX
From London -
At Junction 5 of the M25 take the A21 to Hastings
Continue past Tunbridge wells and blue boys service station (Hint: M&S Simply food at the petrol station), at the next round turn left and head towards Goudhurst on the A262. Go up the hill into the centre of Goudhurst and turn right at the village pond down the B2079. Continue down the hill to the bottom of the valley we are the last turning on the right before you start climbing back up the valley.
From the South-
Head towards Flimwell on the A21, at Flimwell head towards Tunbridge Wells on the A21, take the first right after Flimwell and follow the signs to Bedgebury National Pinetum. This will take you down Lady Oak Lane. Go past the Bedgebury forest entrance and continue towards Goudhurst for about 5 minutes. Go down into the valley, we are the first on the left.
From the East -
Head towards Goudhurst on the A262, turn left at the village pond down the B2079. Continue down the hill to the bottom of the valley we are the last turning on the right before you start climbing back up the valley.
Bedgebury camping by rail
The closest station is Marden which is a 15 minute Taxi ride or a 6 mile mountain biking ride. Trains for this station come from London Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge with one leaving every 60 minutes and take around 1 hour.
Paddock wood station has more regular trains leaving every 30 minutes from the same London stations, but is 11 miles away or a 20-25 minute taxi ride.
Bedgebury camping by foot
Bedgebury camping is located on the Goudhurst and Kilndown six mile millenium walk as detailed in the Ordnance Survey Explorer map 136.
Arriving at Bedgebury camping for the start of your break
The campsite is located down a concrete farm road, drive in and you will come to the campsite reception, parking is available on the right. It is then a short drive to the camping area.
Normal Reception hours are from 9am to 9pm.
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