It’s amazing that a country so small and as populated as England still has acres and acres of beautiful countryside to explore. One of the most scenic areas in the country is Sussex, and one of the most peaceful campgrounds to visit in the region is Blackberry Wood.
This small site has room for just 20 tents and is open all year round. It lies in the wonderful, peaceful Sussex countryside near the base of the South Downs. The tent sites are set in private clearings in the woods and are ideal for barbecues and camp fires.
The immediate surrounding area filled with bridleways and footpaths and the campground provides local maps that point to the most popular walks and some interesting, historic pubs. The only sounds you’ll hear while camping at Blackberry Wood Campsite are the singing birds and the playful forest animals.
The ground has washrooms, and hot showers and you can buy firewood for your campfire. The ground is set in the lovely countryside, but as a bonus you can get to the seaside in nearby Brighton as it’s less than 10 miles away. Dogs are also welcome at the campground.
There’s plenty to see and do in Brighton, including the Brighton Toy and Model Museum, the pier, artist’s studio, fishing museum, marina, a nature reserve, and the Grange Museum and Art Gallery.