Camping at Harry’s Field just got glam!
Bell Tents now available.
Combine years of camping experience, decades of enthusiasm and almost half a century of New Forest camping heritage and you get
Harry’s Field, a perfectly formed campsite in one of the New Forest’s most striking hamlet’s.
We love it here, in fact, for three generations our family have lived right next door. As well as being flat and very well-drained – we know first-hand the perils of an uneven pitch – our campsite is sheltered too, surrounded by hedgerows teaming with birdlife. Book now for Summer 2018.
Just a few steps from your tent at Harry’s Field Campsite, there is access to miles of uninterrupted walking trails, the perfect antidote to the unruly din of the city. Keep an eye out for herds of deer and, of course, New Forest ponies. You’re more than welcome to bring your own wild animal along too, we like good dogs on leads and equally good owners who clean up after them. Escapism and considerate New Forest Camping underpins our philosophy at Harry’s Field, so we don’t welcome large groups – sorry to be party poopers.
With no busy roads, just quiet country lanes, the only thing that will keep you awake at night will be the hoot of owls – and maybe a snoring husband, but I’m afraid we can’t do much about that!
The facilities at Harry’s Field are just what you’d expect from a well-equipped camper’s campsite.
A small stock of locally sourced foods will be available on the campsite. For more substantial supplies, the local towns of Fordingbridge (2 miles) or Ringwood (6 miles) will not disappoint.
More than anything we value the serenity and flawless natural beauty of the New Forest so, as you’ll imagine, we’re super keen on recycling. You’ll find the whole spectrum of recycling boxes onsite so there’s no need to cart your empty bottles home.
We have hot showers and flushing loos and sinks for washing up.
There’s plenty of room to stoke up your barbeque too, or why not make use of our resident fire baskets?
Our ample pitches mean you won’t be tripping over other guest’s guy ropes.