This site does not currently take bookings here on Pitchup.com.
Find nearby sites with availability…
Situated next to each other, these two campsites give a choice of contrasing surroundings. Ocknell is a heathland site with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside whilst Longbeech is tucked away in ancient Beechwood.
Please note: There are no toilets or hot water at Longbeech and no showes at either ste. There are no Premium pitches at either site.
Tourist board rating
Water quality at nearby bathing waters
New Forest, Dorset
New Forest, Dorset
|Christchurch Highcliffe Castle
|Christchurch Friar`S Cliff
|Christchurch Avon Beach
- Paultons Family Theme Park (5.0 miles)
- Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway (5.1 miles)
- Breamore House (6.4 miles)
- Mottisfont (9.4 miles)
- Mompesson House (11.6 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- Fritham - Sloden Inclosure - Hampton Ridge - Fritham (0.7 miles)
- Nomansland - Bohemia - Lover - Langley Wood - Hamptworth (2.2 miles)
- Acres Down - Highland Water (New Forest) (3.1 miles)
Show me reviews by:
Overall rating based on 2 reviews
50% would recommend this site to a friend.
100% would stay here again.
|Sorted by stay date (latest first).|
Overall Very good 6 Aug 2012
cayusez (With friends, 1 review)
Like camping on a racecourse 5 Jun 2012
mariettejones (Mature couple, 1 review)
Alas, no reviews for your selected filters. But reviews are brilliant - they help thousands of other people to find the right holiday. Be bold, be the first to review this site. It only takes a minute.
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Commercial vehicles allowed
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
West Wellow (Hants): Canada Corner Coach Stop — 4.3mi
Lyndhurst (Hants): Park Hotel Coach Stop — 5.2mi
Ringwood: Meeting House Lane Coach Stop — 8.0mi
- Train stations
Ashurst New Forest Rail Station — 6.2mi
Totton Rail Station — 7.6mi
Redbridge (Hants) Rail Station — 8.2mi
- Ferry ports
Southampton Vehicle Ferry Terminal — 11.1mi
Southampton Passenger Ferry Terminal — 11.2mi
Hythe (Hants) Ferry Terminal — 11.9mi
Bournemouth International Airport — 12.7mi
Southampton Airport — 13.1mi
Please visit the reception at Ocknell on arrival for both Longbeech and Ocknell.
From the Midlands, London and the South East
Head West on the M27 and exit at junction 1. The campsites are signposted
from the exit slip road. Turn right onto the B3078 (signposted Brook and
Fordingbridge). Bear left at Bell Inn Brook and follow the B3078 (signposted
Fordingbridge). Take the 1st left. After approximately 1 ½ miles you will pass
the entrance to Longbeech on your left. Ockbrook is situated on the right after
a further ½ mile.
From the West
Follow the East bound A31. Approximately 8 miles from Ringwood, the site is
signposted on your left. If you reach J1 of the M27, you have missed the
From Wales, the North and Midlands via Salisbury
Take the A36 from Salisbury (South East) towards to M27. Turn right onto the
B3079 (signposted Lanford, Branshaw and Brook) and then turn right at the
junction with the B3078 (Fordingbridge and Bell Inn). Take the first left and
after approximately 1 ½ miles you will pass the entrance to Longbeech on your left. Ockbrook is situated on the right after a further ½ mile.
From Salisbury via the A338
Turn left off the A338 on to the B3080 (Downton). Bear left at the junction with
the B3078 and take the first right onto an unsigned road. Bear right at the
next junction. Longbeech is approximately 1 mile further down the road on
your left, and Ocknell is slightly further on, on the right.
Please note that many Sat Nav systems will direct you to Fritham village if you
use our postcode. Please do not take the road signed ‘Fritham and Eyeworth
Only’ as it is a dead end.