Grass Pitch

UK England South East England Hampshire Fordingbridge Jubilee Camping

  • Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 6 children)
Book one of our 10 metre- squared grass pitches in our camping field, giving you fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

The Owner Says

 Jubilee camping is a quiet and idyllic rural getaway situated in the village of Damerham, nestled on the Hampshire/Dorset border and 5 miles from the New Forest National Park. It is perfect for country pursuits (Fly and Carp Fishing both within a couple of miles), cycling, horse riding, and fine dining, and within easy reach of Salisbury, Southampton, and Bournemouth.
Our campsite offers 60 generously sized 10 metre-squared camping pitches with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. You have ample space for one car and a good sized family tent, however additional car parking is available if required. Basic amenities are provided, i.e. water points, toilets and hot showers, but in addition you may wish to book one of our cosy fire pits with a supply of wood, either to cook on or simply as a warming focal point to sit around and toast marshmallows. By prior arrangement there may also be locally sourced produce available (bacon, sausages, eggs, bread, milk etc.), or visit the local shop is just 3 miles away.
Damerham is an active farming village and offers beautiful local walks; along the stream and up to the little church, and is also home to The Compasses Inn - a popular country pub serving superb lunches and evening meals. 

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Suitable For

Tents, campervans, couples, families, and well-behaved dogs – yes. Caravans, large motorhomes, large groups wanting to party – no. (Family groups welcome in the woodland camping, but still no parties please! Quiet time of 10pm to 8am will still apply - lowered voices and no music please).

Nearby

Cycling is the best way of experiencing the surrounding countryside; be it the New Forest or Cranborne Chase – both are within easy pedalling distance. You could even cycle to the Sixpenny micro-brewery in Cranborne (01725 762006), and enjoy one of their award-winning real ales in the Tap Room. Cranborne Village (3 miles) is the hub of the Cranborne Estate and well worth a visit. Teeming with history, the village boasts the beautiful Manor House, built in the 12th Century as a hunting lodge for King John. As it’s a private residence for Viscount Cranborne (the eldest Son of the 7th Marquess of Salisbury), the Manor House isn’t open to the public, however the beautiful Manor Gardens are open one day a week during the Summer (opening times, and other information can be found here). There's a couple of World Heritage sites within easy reach: The Jurassic Coast is around an hour away by road, and Stonehenge is 40 minutes. It’s around 20 minutes to Salisbury and 30 minutes to Bournemouth, so, whether you want to go shopping, head to the beach, or catch a theatre production, you’re well catered for.

Food & Drink

Go for lunch at Cranborne Garden Centre (01725 517248) or The Compasses Inn (01725 518231) is only a few minutes walk from the campsite. If you want an alternative to The Compasses Inn for dinner, La Fosse (01725 517604) can also be found in Cranborne; an intimate fine dining restaurant run by Dorset Chef of the Year Mark Hartstone and his Wife Emmanuelle. Also, there’s the Inn at Cranborne , or a great alternative for an evening meal is the Railway Hotel at Fordingbridge just 5 minutes' drive away. There is a village shop and Post Office in neighbouring Sandleheath stocking all your essentials,  plus The Gourmet Grocer in Fordingbridge, the nearest Town, stocking not only wonderful fruit and veg, but a whole host of superb local deli products, including real ales, artisan breads and handmade cheeses. A great place to find foodie gifts too. On site we have an outdoor wood-fired pizza oven offering superb handmade pizzas with a variety of toppings, as well as other hot food options most weekends from Thursday to Sunday evenings (please enquire to confirm), and also hot breakfast rolls, teas/coffees etc most weekend mornings.
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Rated ★★★★★ over 138 reviews

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Refreshing and fun

As first time rookie campers with a 2 year old, Jubilee Campsite was the perfect short break away from London. The site was spacious with plenty of room between pitches and panoramic views of rolling hills and farms. The campsite kitchen and bar offered woodfired pizzas in the evening and cooked breakfasts in the morning. The centre of the campsite was perfect for energetic, roaming toddlers with hay bales to climb on and goats and horses to watch. Our daughter loved visiting the piglets and feeding the calves milk in the morning and early evening. Amenities were clean and well stocked, and attentive staff kept us topped up with wood for our campfire. The booking team were very accommodating to my last minute changes and offered helpful advice regarding the local sites and activities. Jubilee is the perfect location to explore the New Forest from too. It's safe to say we absolutely loved our stay and we will be back with more rookie camper friends in tow!
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Well run and spacious

Would definitely recommend. We camped here on what must be peak season bank holiday weekend, arrived late Friday and still felt like we had plenty of space for our six tented group. The showers and toilets were really well cleaned at the start of each day, good natured queuing for the wash up at busy times. Very helpful and friendly set up. Peaceful at night and cheerful by day. Good walks on footpaths through fields and woods.
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Brilliant campsite, I would recommend.

I love jubilee campsite, I have been coming for 4 years and every year it gets better. The family who run the campsite are friendly and very helpful. The pitches are a good size. The facilities are basic but they are every thing you need clean showers and toilets which are regularly cleaned. The site is not over crowded due to covid and they have a van for breakfast, hot drinks, dinner. I loved the jurk chicken and pizza's. I love the little bar on site and the barman did rum tasting which was very informative. There is a lovely pub in the village with good food and we took the kids to the Heavy Horse centre which is 10 mins away which they loved. We also went kayaking on the river in Fordingbridge were there is a great park with paddling poole.
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Camp site with a great vibe

Stayed bank holiday; mixed group; adults kids from 5 to 14. Loved the rustic feel; bar, haystacks for kids to play on, feeding of goats and calves a real highlight. Lots of spaces between pitches. Hot food and drinks available for brekkie and supper, with card machine. Defo go back.
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Lovely site for a really easy and enjoyable camp

We spent two nights at Jubilee camping over the bank holiday weekend and had a fabulously relaxing time. Despite being fully booked, there was plenty of room. We camped in the top field, with great views, and had an easy weekend with a delicious wood fired pizza on site on Saturday night and an excellent Sunday dinner at the Compasses which is only a short walk away. The pop up bar was also very welcome, especially the pint of Pimms. Toilets and showers are basic but more than adequate, lots of anti bac and soap available and well ventilated. Also loved the piglets! It’s a really good, family oriented site, but suitable for anyone who likes a relaxed and well organised traditional style camp site with some very welcome and well cooked catering extras. We look forward to visiting again.
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Location

Jubilee Camping is located at Browns Lane, Damerham, Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 3HD

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Getting There

On the High Street in Fordingbridge, drive through the town to a small roundabout with The Railway Hotel on your right hand side. Take the second exit (straight on) towards Sandleheath and Damerham. Continue on this road for 3 miles, which will go through the villages of Sandleheath and eventually Damerham. Once in Damerham (mind a couple of sharp bends), the road will take you past The Compasses Inn on your left. Continue, still on the main road, through to the other side of the village, round a sharp right-hand bend and away from any houses. The entrance to Jubilee Camping can be found on the left, approximately 200 metres from the bend.

The most local train station is at Salisbury (12 miles). Buses from Salisbury to Fordingbridge are fairly regular; it’s the last 3 miles which may prove a problem as there is just one bus service a day between Fordingbridge and Damerham (timed for the school run, i.e. weekdays only). If necessary, and by prior arrangement only, the campsite owners may be able to collect/drop off campers to/from Fordingbridge bus stop, however this may not always be possible and may incur a small charge.