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Comfortable bell tents or forest tent pitches with campfires in beautiful Sussex woodlands.
Escape for some solitude, meet around the campfire and wake-up under canvas.
Our bell tents and tent pitches are located amongst the trees in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Stay in our fully equipped bell tents.
Eco Camp UK offers stylish ecological woodland camping, set in two beautiful Sussex campsites both allowing open campfires.
Wild Boar Wood Campsite and Beech Estate Woodland Campsite offer camping within bluebell woods in West and East Sussex. Both campsites are in designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) and are within easy reach of London, Brighton, Hastings and the South Coast.
Beech Estate Woodland Campsite and Wild Boar Wood Campsite offer 'off-grid' forest camping through our Bell Tent ‘easy-camping’ experiences, with Beech Estate also offering Forest Tent Pitches. The Bell Tents and Pitches are set apart in the trees, giving solitude and privacy. The woodland campsites also provide the chance to meet and relax with friends, family and fellow campers around the campfire. (Please note we do not offer 'glamping' in our bell tents, but provide real, off-grid camping in the woods, with all the kit required.)
Beech Estate Woodland Campsite in East Sussex offers both Tent Pitches our fully equipped Bell Tents within the private 2000-acre Beech Estate, nestled on the edge of it's own private 600-acre woodland. Perfect to explore by mountain bike or foot. Adjacent to the campsite is the Estate's meadowland area of conservation, which encompasses 110 acres of the largest and most important surviving tracts of interconnected ancient meadow in the South East.
Wild Boar Wood Campsite, in The High Weald, has nine fully equipped Bell Tents, set inside a beautiful five-acre woodland. The wood and its surrounding 40-acre field teem with wildlife; birds, butterflies, deer, rabbit, hedgehogs, owls and foxes make their homes in the field, hedgerows and woodland. The peace and tranquility is only interrupted as the historic and spectacular Bluebell Railway locomotives occasionally thunder past the edge of the woodland campsite!
Close by both woodland campsites, streams and paths meander through the surrounding countryside, offering delightful and scenic walks, with welcoming local hostelries nestled along the way.