Top site for fishing
Horsley Club Site, near the North Downs. Perfect for fishing, relaxing, walking.
Our tranquil Horsley Club campsite lies just north of the beautiful Surrey Hills, popular for the network of footpaths that criss-cross them, including the long distance North Downs Way.
Horsley is a peaceful campsite tucked away down the end of a quiet lane. Although large, with some 130 pitches, campers are able to sit back and relax here – either watching the abundant wildlife – foxes, deer, rabbits and ducks are all regular visitors - or casting a line into the picturesque Horsley Lake – the campsite’s centre piece. Day fishing is available here.
The campsite has clean, modern facilities. There is a new children’s play area, dog walk and a recreation room.
The Horsley Jubilee Trail, starting at Horsley station, is a nine-mile circular walk taking in woods, historic buildings, great panoramas and a well-earned refreshment stop at a traditional English pub. You can enjoy more views of the area from Newlands Corner, a popular beauty sport in the Surrey Hills, just south of the campsite.
For days out visit the National Trust’s Polsden Lacey, a stunning Edwardian Manor House near Dorking, RHS Garden Wisely the flagship garden of the Royal Horticultural Society, and its huge plant collection, Bocketts Park Farm near Leatherhead and the Brookland Museum - home to Concorde - in Weybridge.
The theme parks Chessington World of Adventure, Legoland and Thorpe Park are all nearby.
Fishing is available from this site from 1 May to site closing date. Current Environment Agency rod licence is required before fishing can commence.
This site is located at the end of a "private lane" which is sign posted.
100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.
F Conisbee and Son sell meat from local farms, including sausages and cooked meats. There is a Farmers’ Market in Guildford on Saturdays.