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Old 13 May 2012, 17:25   #1
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Camping south coast

Myself and a few friends are looking to spend a few nights camping on the southcoast mid-June ish. No boat, so no need for slipway etc.

Will be going down on the train so near to a station would be good.

Poole/Bournemouth looks ok, tickets seem especially cheap to there for some reason.

Ideally somewhere where we can have a fire/be loud and not disturb any families.

Any suggestions?
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Old 13 May 2012, 18:15   #2
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Ideally somewhere where we can have a fire/be loud and not disturb any families.... Any suggestions?
This might be just the ticket.
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I'm talking about living like that for two nights, not the rest of my life!
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a couple of good sites at Brockenhurst in the new forest. Train station there and you can walk to the site, or if you're really lazy there is a bus from the station. Loads of pubs/restaurants and it's only a short hop to lymington on the train from there if you get water withdrawal symptoms.
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Ive stayed here a few times, and have had a fire, they might put you in a filed away from families if its likely to be loud which is a good thing.

East Creech Farm House and Campsite

Its about 3 miles from wareham, good walks in the area including over to corfe castle. You also have kimmeridge etc not far away.
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The New Forest is a nice place to visit, but from memory I doubt if any of the campsites will allow fires, let alone planned disruption :~)

The East Creech site sounds good. Corfe Castle, Wareham and Swanage are only a few miles away. Wareham is the nearest station on the main London to Weymouth line.
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Creech sounds good.
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Hurst view campsite is a good one for fires. But it is not close to a station.
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