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5 of the best family campsites in Sussex

PUBLISHED: 15:13 21 August 2015 | UPDATED: 15:52 21 February 2018

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Whether it’s simply an open field or a yurt in the woods, there’s a great selection of family campsites on offer in Sussex. Here’s our pick of the best...

Billycan Camping, near Arundel

No packing necessary at this bell-tent only site; it’s all set up for your arrival. Riverford Organics can deliver veg and meat, and there’s an on-site masseur. Kids can take art classes or get their faces painted.

billycancamping.co.uk

 

Blackberry Wood, near Ditchling

A beautiful site at the foot of the Downs with pitches in shady glades, or glamping in a double decker bus, helicopter or gypsy caravan. New treehouses arrive this summer.

blackberrywood.com

 

Dernwood Farm, near Heathfield

Pitch your tent in a copse or meadow on a working farm in the heart of the Weald. Or upgrade to a bell tent with a woodburner or a three-bed safari tent with bathroom. Farm meat and other produce is available.

dernwoodfarm.co.uk

 

Wicks Farm Holiday Park, West Wittering

Combine camping with beach days at this quiet site, which is a short cycle from the sands of Wittering. There are two playgrounds, a small shop and electric hook-up to all pitches.

wicksfarm.co.uk

 

Wowo, Sheffield Park

Wapsbourne Manor, or Wowo, is completely geared to families and groups. Pitches range from open field to yurts in the woods, and there’s communal soup-eating and music around the campfire.

wowo.co.uk

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