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Aldridge Hill Caravan & Camping Site
Campsite: 6291 Hampshire

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Aldridge Hill lies in a heathland clearing on the edge of Blackwater Stream and offers an attractive level site.

One of Forest Holidays' Caravan and camping Sites, Aldridge Hill borders Ober Water, where you can follow the Ober Water Trail, and is just a mile from shops and pubs in the pretty village of Brockenhurst.

Aldridge Hill is open May to September and has 200 pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes.

There are no premium pitches at this site.

Dogs are welcome.

Please note, this site has no toilet or shower facilities, therefore your own chemical toilet facilities are essential.

Discover a magical world, where the pressures of modern life are left behind; head for the tranquility and untamed beauty of our native woodland and let the forest reinvigorate your senses.

This property appears courtesy of CampsitesCaravanSites.co.uk

  Area:   --   Pitches:   200   Hardstandings:   --   Statics:   --

Cafe:   N   Play Area:   N   Chemical Toilet Disposal:   N
Disabled Facilities:   N   Electric Hookup:   N   Entertainment:   N
Gas Refills:   N   Internet Access:   N   Laundry:   N
Bar:   N   Indoor Pool:   N   Outdoor Pool:   N
Pets Welcome:   Y   Showers:   N   Toilets:   N
Shop:   N                

O.S. Grid reference: SU 282 034.

Pricing and Opening Times
Standard Pitches from £8.20 - £9.80.

Open May - September.

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