An orchard site on the edge of Slindon Forest, National Trust owned bluebell woods.
Things to do from the campsite
Plenty of walks direct from the site through surrounding woodland and estate which has 25 miles of public right of way (details available from the site office). The National Trust owned Slindon village is a stroll away and has a pub (The Spur) and community store, The Forge which also serves as a cafe.
Walking and cycling. There are a number of short walks from Slindon, starting at The Spur pub on the A29 taking in village and Slindon common (45 minutes). Another two-hour walk starts from here and explores the Slindon Estate, ending at the White Horse Inn in Sutton www.slindon.com/. There are many cicular cycle routes starting from the village. The Slindon estate has ten geochages boxes waiting to be discovered. For canoeing go to Arundel.
Slindon farmers’ market in Coronation Hall on the fourth Thursday of every month. Arundel fartmers’ market on the third Saturday of every month. Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. Slindon pumpkin display (September-November)
Places to visit
Slindon Estate – 1,400 hectates of National Trust woodland, parkland, downland and farmland. Arundel Castle, Arundel Wildfowl Trust – a 65-acre haven for wildlife. Discover the south east’s industrial heritage at Amberley Museum, Parham House and Gardens at Storrington, Goodwood House, West Dean Gardens near Chichester, Denmens – a tamed wilderness garden, Weald and Down Open Air Museum.
Within easy reach of family-friendly beaches at Littlehampton and Bognor Regis.