Brocklands Farm

From £16 For 1 night, 6 adults 9.6 144 reviews
View of the site from the farm (added by manager 23 Aug 2017)
Pitches on site (added by manager 08 sep 2022)
A clutch of vws enjoying the post-harvest view (added by manager 10 may 2018)
Peaceful, quiet pitches (added by manager 26 oct 2020)

  • Spacious pitches in a secluded valley in the South Downs National Park
  • Hidden away and far from traffic noise
  • Many local walks and village with good pub a short walk away
Despite its name, guests at Brocklands Farm are highly unlikely to be badgered by anyone during their stay… This simple and peaceful site near Petersfield in the South Downs National Park keeps its pitch numbers low so guests can have plenty of space. It's secluded from traffic noise, in a lush green valley surrounded by lovely walks. The on-site facilities are limited to chemical waste disposal and a drinking water supply, but it’s an easy walk to the village of West Meon, where there’s a pub that serves grub, plus an award-winning butcher and a well-stocked community shop. The spacious pitches here are grassy and fairly level; rally groups and well-behaved dogs are welcome.

Site type

Touring caravan pitches 18
Motorhome pitches 18
Open now
Please note
  • This site has no on-site toilet and shower facilities.
  • The site does not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act (i.e. Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, and Fila Brasileiro).
  • Tents are not accepted at this park.
  • Minimum spacing of 6 metres between pitches.

Languages spoken

English

French

Open from Thu, 28 Mar to

Reviews

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Only showing reviews for the last 30 months.

Lots of space. Plenty of walking with dogs. Nice pub, village shop…

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation No rating
Facilities / Activities 10
Customer service 10
Child friendliness No rating
Cleanliness No rating
Wifi No rating
Anonymous The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Lots of space. Plenty of walking with dogs. Nice pub, village shop and cafe within walking distance. Quiet site. Very friendly owners. Very reasonable prices. Will definitely visit again.

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Large open field and pitches. Although very wet, decent drainage and no…

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation 10
Facilities / Activities 6
Customer service 10
Child friendliness 10
Cleanliness 10
Wifi 10
Sandra S. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Large open field and pitches. Although very wet, decent drainage and no problem getting off site. Friendly owners and excellent communication

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Excellent site for wild camping

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation No rating
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Child friendliness No rating
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Wifi 10
Anonymous The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Stayed for a few nights in motor home needing peace, quiet, and beautiful walks and scenery. I got exactly what I had hoped for. I stayed in mid-October which actually meant I was the only person staying - an added bonus!! Although wild camping the motor home area did have several clean water taps which were unexpected but appreciated.

Disliked: None that I can think of.

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Peaceful

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation 8
Facilities / Activities 8
Customer service No rating
Child friendliness No rating
Cleanliness 10
Wifi No rating
michael w. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Peaceful site Close to west meon trail and access to the village and pub Tidy Beautiful location

Disliked: Closes end of October

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Peaceful basic site, excellent if you are self sufficient

Overall 8/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation No rating
Facilities / Activities 4
Customer service 10
Child friendliness No rating
Cleanliness 10
Wifi No rating
Maddy & Mark W. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Tranquil valley within easy walking distance of pub. Drinking water taps available and bins/toilet disposal point but no other facilities - just what we were looking for. Grass pitches Flexible arrival & departure times

Disliked: Nothing but we had good weather, could be slippy if wet

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Super site, quiet, and relaxing

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation No rating
Facilities / Activities 8
Customer service No rating
Child friendliness No rating
Cleanliness No rating
Wifi 8
Phil S. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: The whole site was peaceful and quiet, plenty of wildlife and ample walks for the dog. It was an easy walk into the lovely village of West Meon. Used the Pub, the local butchers and the shop. Weather was great, unseasonably warm for October. You will probably need some form of levelling as the pitches are sloping. Ample water and black waste dump. Ideal location for walking and cycling as links direct to the Meon Way.

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A great escape

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation 10
Facilities / Activities 10
Customer service 10
Child friendliness 10
Cleanliness 10
Wifi 2
John L. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: This is everything as described.... basic, an escape away from it all. If you're looking for washing up facilities, toilets, clean shower blocks with hot water then this is NOT the place for you. If on the other hand, you are looking for a place to stay, nestled in one of the many Meon valleys, surround with nature, some lovely walks, and peace & quiet, then you are coming to the right place. 20 pitches available, with plenty of space, 3 water taps to fill up from, and an elsan dispose unit. Buffy supplied us with an A4 sheet of local info, and some do's & don'ts during your stay, all to keep the tranquility of the area. A nice 5 mile round trip can be had to Meon Springs, around the farm fields to the top of Winchester Hill, before following the path down to the next farm, where you can get coffee & snacks while watching the wonder of "fly fishing" with the lines whipping gently through the air in an attempt to coax the trout up for a bit, and not a J.R Hartley in sight, young & old trying their luck, a great spot for those who prefer cycling, gravel bikes are recommended for this area, with the chalky Sussex flints. We were only here for 24 hours, but managed a couple of short walks. The Meon Valley Trail is right on your doorstep, you actually get onto the sight through one of the old railway tunnels. And the local village is just half a mile away, with a nice pub & well stocked country shop. The site field is on a little bit of a slop, but nothing serious, we have been on worse. All in all, a good place to escape the world, read a book, sit and ponder, or walk and talk in the countryside. You will get as much out as you want to put in. We were in a 4 birth Stargazer Autocruiser. There is no wi-fi. But we had a good 4G signal on Vodafone

Disliked: Our only dislike....we had to leave & go back to the real world again.

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Great site

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation 10
Facilities / Activities 10
Customer service 10
Child friendliness 10
Cleanliness 10
Wifi 10
Pamela M. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Lovely and Basic with beautiful View .

Disliked: Inconsiderate neighbours with their dogs and leaving rubbish .

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Simply lovely.

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation 10
Facilities / Activities 10
Customer service 10
Child friendliness 10
Cleanliness 10
Wifi No rating
Belinda G. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Lovely quite and safe park Up. Like minded female solo overnighters. Lovely long dog walks, pub,shop,cafe 10 minute walk. Fresh produce, food, lovely coffee. Will definitely go back.

Disliked: Nothing

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Not our first visit. This site is always tidy, well kept and…

Overall 10/10
Location 10
Value for money 10
Accommodation No rating
Facilities / Activities No rating
Customer service 10
Child friendliness No rating
Cleanliness 10
Wifi No rating
Debbie W. The reviewer booked through Pitchup.com

Non-electric grass touring pitch

Liked: Not our first visit. This site is always tidy, well kept and the pitches are big.

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Features

Leisure on site

Bar or club house

Cycle hire

Evening entertainment

Fishing

Fitness centre

Games room

Indoor swimming pool

Kids' club

On-site restaurant/cafe

Outdoor swimming pool

Play area

TV room

Take away

Tennis

Watersports

Amenities on site

Bath available

Car parking by pitch/unit

Composting toilet

Disabled facilities

Dog park

Drying room

Food shop

Free wifi

Ice pack freezing

Internet access

Launderette

Parent & baby washroom

Pick-up from public transport

Portable toilet

Pub toilets

Public telephone

Shower available

Toilet block

Washing-up area

Wifi

Groups welcome

D. of E. welcome

Family friendly

Motorcycle friendly

Rallies welcome

Single-sex groups welcome

Student groups welcome

Rules

Barbecue provided

Barbecues allowed

Campfires allowed

Commercial vehicles allowed

Dogs allowed

Dogs allowed all year

Themes

Peaceful

Spectacular scenery

Walkers' paradise

Wildlife haven

Utilities

Charging facilities

Chemical disposal

Electric car charging point(s)

Gas cylinders available

Recycling available

Renewable energy

Nearby amenities

Bar nearby

Dog walk nearby

Nearby farmers' market

Public transport nearby

Shop nearby

Type

Farm

Small (11-25 pitches)

Nearby leisure

Cycling nearby

Fishing nearby

Golf nearby

Horse riding nearby

Indoor pool nearby

Mountain biking nearby

Outdoor pool nearby

Restaurant nearby

Tennis nearby

Touring and motorhomes

Tourer storage facilities

Location

Brocklands Farm

West Meon

Petersfield

Hampshire

England

GU32 1JN

Directions

Timezone

Europe/London BST (GMT+01:00)

GPS

51.00803°N
-1.09217°W

Route directions

About 500 metres south of the village of West Meon, turn into entrance. Keep straight ahead leaving farm buildings to your right and continue up a concrete track and under a bridge. The site is just under the disused railway bridge. Please check under the bridge for a site plan. Otherwise pitch end-in to the bank on your left on any free pitch.

Nearest transport

Coach
6.9 mi Dragon Street
6.9 mi Dragon Street
7.7 mi Precinct
Rail
6.6 mi Petersfield Rail Station
9 mi Liss Rail Station
9.7 mi Botley Rail Station
Ferry
13.6 mi Portsmouth Continental Ferry Terminal
14.1 mi Warsash Ferry Landing
14.1 mi Hamble-le-Rice Ferry Landing
Airport
12.3 mi Southampton Airport

Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel using the Get directions button above.

Local attractions

The tree-lined former railway line that runs next to Brocklands is an excellent starting point for rambles and cycle rides; a popular destination a couple of miles away is Old Winchester Hill, a nature reserve with an Iron Age Hill fort. is also very handy for the South Downs Way, for those who want to walk or pedal further afield. The Watercress Line heritage railway, which runs from New Alresford to Alton, is another lovely way to explore the Hampshire countryside; or if you prefer to stay put, you could always park yourself in a scenic spot at the Moorhen Trout Fishery up the road. For a fulfilling day trip, wend your way to winsome Winchester: if you’re lucky, you may catch the famous choir in action within the splendour of the 900-year-old cathedral; other visitor attractions in this charming and compact city include a range of excellent museums, castle ruins, and an Arthurian round table, plus fab restaurants and independent shops. Lively Chichester is another pleasant place to while away a day, or you could head to Portsmouth to take a harbour tour and visit the historic dockyards, where HMS Victory and the Mary Rose are among the naval exhibits on display.

Water quality at nearby bathing waters

Name Distance Type 2020 2019 2018 2017
Hillhead 14.6 mi Sea N/A Good Good Good
Lee-On-Solent 15.1 mi Sea N/A Excellent Excellent Excellent
Eastney 15.6 mi Sea N/A Excellent Excellent Excellent
Southsea East 15.9 mi Sea N/A Excellent Excellent Excellent
Beachlands West 16 mi Sea N/A Excellent Excellent Excellent

Data source: European Environment Agency

Must see

Mid-Hants Railway 'Watercress Line' 6.3 mi

INTECH Science Centre & Planetarium 8.3 mi

Uppark House and Garden 9.7 mi

Jane Austen's House 9.8 mi

Winchester Cathedral 10.3 mi

National Trust

Hinton Ampner 3.5 mi

Uppark House and Garden 9.5 mi

Winchester City Mill 10.1 mi

Hindhead Commons and The Devil's Punch Bowl Caf� 17.2 mi

Mottisfont 19.6 mi

Cycle routes

Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.

Other

WARNFORD PARK 0.8 mi

Exton to Old Winchester Hill 2.3 mi

East Meon - Ramsdean - Langrish - East Meon 2.6 mi

East Meon - South Downs Way - Butser Hill 2.6 mi

East Meon 2.6 mi

Local events

  • Wickham Festival (Thursday 1 August 2024 – Thursday 1 August 2024)

    Fareham, Hampshire 8.4 mi

  • CarFest (Friday 23 August 2024 – Friday 23 August 2024)

    Basingstoke, Hampshire 16.2 mi

  • Goodwood Festival of Speed (Thursday 11 July 2024 – Thursday 11 July 2024)

    Chichester, West Sussex 18 mi

  • Isle of Wight Festival (Thursday 20 June 2024 – Thursday 20 June 2024)

    Newport, Isle Of Wight 22.7 mi

  • Isle of Wight Walking Festival (Saturday 11 May 2024 – Saturday 11 May 2024)

    Newport, Isle Of Wight 22.9 mi

Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel using the Get directions button above.

Want to know more about camping in Hampshire?

  • Does Brocklands Farm have a swimming pool? No View all features
  • Is Brocklands Farm dog friendly? Yes View all features
  • What attractions are near Brocklands Farm? The tree-lined former railway line that runs next to Brocklands is an excellent starting point for rambles and cycle rides; a popular destination a couple of miles away is Old Winchester Hill, … Read more
  • When can I check in and check out of Brocklands Farm?
    Camping and touring
    Arrive:  Anytime –  Anytime
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  • How much does it cost to stay at Brocklands Farm? From £16 (for 1 night, 6 people) - prices may change depending on your dates and party.