New Forest

Roundhill Caravan Park & Campsite

The third largest Camping In The Forest run New Forest campsites, Roundhill Caravan Park and Campsite is conveniently located midway between Brockenhurst and Beaulieu, two major centres in the National Park.

The site sits on the north-western edge of Beaulieu Heath, part of which was once an airfield during the Second World War.

The campsite boasts 500 pitches mixed between open grass areas and pine trees. There is a small pond on the site, suitable for junior fishing. Access on to the Open Forest and Beaulieu Heath is immediate, with some excellent walking and cycling tracks to hand.

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The Roundhill amenities have been recently refurbished (2008) and there is a large rally field available for organised events.

Campsite facilities: 500 pitches, seasonal pitches available, dogs welcome (£1/night/dog up to 3), disabled facilities, on-site fishing for the youngsters.
The site is open 29th March until 1st October.

How to get to Roundhill Caravan Park & Campsite

The Roundhill campsite is on the B3055 Brockenhurst to Beaulieu road, approximately 2 miles east of Brockenhurst. Coming out of Brock centre, head north on the A337 Lyndhurst road and turn right immediately before the Balmer Lawn Hotel. Follow this road for just under two miles until you come to the site entrance on the right.
Coming from the Beaulieu direction, take the B3054/B3055 to Brockenhurst for about three and a half miles, the site entrance is on the left after a series of tight right and left hand bends amongst the trees.

GPS / SatNav information: the campsite entrance is at:
Lat/long. 50.821,-1.535 / OS grid ref. SU328025.

Campsite contact details

Address of site:

Roundhill Caravan Park and Campsite
Beaulieu Road
Brockenhurst
Hampshire
SO42 7QL

Telephone: 01590 624344
E-mail: roundhill.site@hotmail.co.uk

Book your stay at Roundhill Caravan Park and Campsite through Camping In The Forest.

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