Longbeech is a stunningly natural campsite. With no toilet or shower facilities, the emphasis is on nothing but nature. Beautiful open clearings, ancient beechwoods, abundant ferns and isolated spots where silence reigns and the famous New Forest ponies roam freely – this campsite is a camper’s dream.
Hugged by grand and ancient trees that stand proudly throughout the site, Longbeech campsite delivers that sought after feeling of complete isolation from the outside world.
With its focus on the outdoors and being at one with nature, your stay in the New Forest will be a relaxed one. And with direct access to the forest’s many waymarked routes, Longbeech campsite will ease you into this regime.
Campers can choose between open grassy pitches or staying closer to the treelines on more secluded pitches. Either way stunning views across the site await all those who camp here. If you want to see local wildlife, you won’t have to look too far as the New Forest’s famous free-roaming ponies and deer are regular visitors to the site.
Longbeech has direct access to beautiful heathland and forest walks, as well as the New Forest cycle route. Just a short drive away is the tiny, but beautiful, village of Fritham with its thatched cottages, gorgeous lake and ducks. New Forest ponies wandering freely down the street are a common sight here.
At the nearby village of Bramshaw there is a well-stocked local shop, while a stunning short cycle ride takes you to the Deer Sanctuary at Bolderwood where a herd of fallow deer can often be spied grazing in the meadow.