Grass pitch

UK England South East England Hampshire Milford on Sea Muddycreek Farm

  • Sleeps 8 (max 4 adults, 7 children)
Come experience a traditional Hampshire holiday camping at our New Forest Pony farm.

The Owner Says

Our spacious, soft grass pitches are suitable for tents and small campervans only (sorry – no caravans or motorhomes).

The site has loos, unlimited hot water showers and washing up facilities for up to 60 pitches, within 15 acres, so plenty of space.

We allow small campfires. Firewood is sold from the office. Please bring a fire basket or something similar. Also, we ask that only wood with no metal in it is used.

Dogs are permitted at no extra charge, providing they are on leads and well behaved.

Friday nights we have organised for the Rural Pizza Co to set up a stall and make yummy locally sourced pizza's to order from 5pm - 8pm.

Situated in the charming coastal village of Milford on Sea, Muddycreek Farm lies on the edge of the New Forest National Park. Wonderful beaches, shops, pubs and restaurants are all within easy reach.

Sadly we are not be able to offer the Pony rides for novices/children this year as the insurance is too high.   Those keen to ride in the forest could try either Ford Farm or Brockenhurst Riding Stables. We will have ponies on site for children to pet.

There is a shingle beach just down the road, plus a number of lakes offering great fishing day outs. In August, Bream and Bass are in season.

This site is suitable for families and couples and we ask our visitors to keep the noise down after 10pm. We do not take groups unless they are family groups.

About Muddycreek Farm

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, families, couples, small family groups, dogs (no extra charge) – yes. Caravans, motorhomes, groups – no.


The farm is within walking distance of Milford-on-Sea, a well-stocked village with shops, pubs and restaurants. The seaside town has a shingle beach and there is a lovely walk along the coast to Barton-on-Sea, skirting the top of a low cliff. Hurst Castle (08703 331181) makes for another great walk. Start at the pretty village of Keyhaven – little more than a cluster of boats with a great pub by the waters – and take one of the regular seasonal ferries across to the old fort. Once you’ve finished exploring the atmospheric rooms and admired the views, you can walk back via the 1.5-mile shingle spit, returning to Keyhaven via a narrow road that skirts a marshy nature reserve. Along with the coast a huge draw is the vast New Forest, right on your doorstep, and its excellent traffic-free cycle routes – keep quiet to enjoy the best of the wildlife. Lymington (01590 689000) is a handsome, well-to-do harbour town that warrants a day or so out of anyone’s itinerary. The old town, clustered round the quay, is an attractive medley of cobbled streets, boutiquey shops and cafés – all just 4 miles from the campsite.

Food & Drink

Milford-on-Sea is technically a village but it's town-size proportions mean there's a wealth of choice to be found. For a traditional ol' pub try The Smugglers Inn (01590 644414), right in the heart of 'town', or The White Horse (01590 642360) near the village green. The Beach House (01590 643044), is a particularly good spot, serving wonderful local draft ales and good quality food. It's also a fantastic art deco building, which still retains the original fittings such as stained-glass windows and oak panelling. In terms of restaurants The Raft (01590 645300) and La Perle (01590 643557) are two top bistros while Verveine (01590 642176) is the place for fresh (and rather fancy) fish.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 187 reviews


We love Muddy Creek

We visited this year for the fourth time. We love Muddy Creek. There is plenty of space to camp, clean and adequate toilets and hot showers. The owners are lovely and everything is well organised. We love the location, and an easy walk to lovely Milford and the sea. We will definitely be back next year.
Sep 8, 2021 by sarad25 Verified Review

We love Muddy Creek

This is our fourth visit to Muddy Creek farm and we love it. The owners are lovely and the campsite well organised. There is always lots of space to pitch, there are adequate clean toilets and the showers are always hot. We love the area and Milford is with easy walking distance which means we never have to drive anywhere. The village has everything you need (delicious fish and chips) plus the beach a few minutes away. We will definitely be back next year. Thank you
Sep 6, 2021 by Sara Doak

Not overwhelming, just another campsite.

The whole experience at the campsite was just about alright. The toilets placement to the size of the campsite is a bit odd, I was sympathetic to few that were camping at the very far end and if they really needed to use the toilet they’d have to walk for 3 mins to get to the toilet. The lands is even logs and bricks are provided. The campsite officially put up the sign they were full. But everyone could tell there was plenty of space and I think that was due to toilets availability for the number of people.

Response from Muddycreek Farm

Thank you for your feedback. I’m sorry that you didn’t particularly enjoy your stay.  We have no choice where we place the toilets as they have to be by the drains but you do have a choice whether to pitch up near them or away from them. as we don’t dictate where you pitch.  One of the main things with our campsite is the space, space to play rounders, space to run around and play, space not to be right on top of the pitch next to you. This has nothing to do with the facilities but more to do with wanting our campers to enjoy their stay. 

A good well-run no-frills campsite on the doorstep of the New Forest

We camped here over the August bank holiday weekend. Whilst the campsite was fully booked, there was plenty of space around all the tents and never felt busy. Shower and toilets were basic, but were always clean and worked fine. Very little queuing too. Ice block freeze service was helpful. The site is well positioned with Lyndhurst (10 mins in the car) and Milford-on-sea (10 min walk) close by giving plenty of choice for shopping and dining out. The walk to Hurst castle from Keyhaven (again - walkable from the site) was fab. The only slight downside was the hotel next to the campsite; the security lights are on all night and there was loud music into early hours on a couple of nights. However, the campsite is big enough to get away enough for these to not to be a problem.
Aug 31, 2021 by Chris Verified Review

Really lovely relaxing camp site

Really friendly team at Muddycreek Farm. The temporary toilets and showers were great. Lovely hot water. We enjoyed the Friday evening pizza van. A lovely treat.
Aug 30, 2021 by Jane Grover Verified Review
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Muddycreek Farm is located at Lymington Road, New Forest, Milford On Sea, Hampshire SO41 0RF

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Getting There

Travel towards Everton on the A337 and turn onto the B3058 sign posted Milford on Sea. After approximately 1 mile you'll see the sign post for Milford on Sea Village where you need to turn immediately right into the field access. If you pass South Lawn Hotel on the same side then you've missed the turning! If heading toward Everton from Milford Village the access is immediately past South Lawn Hotel on the left.

Lymington and New Milford are the nearest train stations. From either take the X1 bus to Milford on Sea and get off at the Manor Road stop. It’s a 2-minute walk