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Going camping - ten Suffolk sites to try

PUBLISHED: 17:56 07 August 2013 | UPDATED: 17:56 07 August 2013

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Mill Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Westleton Road, Darsham IP17 3BS

Tel: 01728 668555

Peace and quiet, along with panoramic views and stunning sunsets. There are many miles of walks and cycle rides in the area and a good choice of traditional local pubs. 70 grass pitches, all with electric hook up. Well stocked two-acre fishing lake, which is free to fish for campers. There is also a two-acre designated dog walk area.

Clockhouse Farm Caravan Park

Cavendish Lane, Glemsford CO10 7PZ

Tel: 01787 280257

Situated just three miles from Long Melford with views overlooking the Stour Valley – an ideal location for touring the Suffolk and Essex countryside with many country walks and cycling. Quiet and peaceful with 25 pitches, all with hook-ups. Well behaved pets are allowed on site. There is a food shop just 400 yards away and a pub, restuarant and take away all approximately half a mile away.

Willowmere Caravan Park

Bures Road, Little Cornard CO10 0NN

Tel: 01787 310422

Small, well kept site set in amid trees, lakes and meres, in the valley of the River Stour in Constable Country. Level grass area suitable for tents, caravan, moterhomes, 24 of the 32 pitches with electric hook-ups. Small fishing lake on site, local pub 400 yards from site.

Apple Fields Certificated Site

The Orchard, Abbey Road, 
Leiston IP16 4RE

Tel: 01728 833501

Small family run campsite with electric hookups, situated among fields, woodland and meadows, close to heritage coast. The site is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, steam museum, cinema and a sports centre with swimming pool.

Beach View Holiday Park Suffolk

Sizewell Common, Leiston IP16 4TU

Tel: 01728 830724

Beach View Holiday Park is located right beside the beach, between Minsmere and Thorpeness, and close to Aldeburgh, Dunwich and Southwold. Self catering accommodation available.

Southwold Camping And Caravan Site

Ferry Road, Southwold IP18 6ND

Tel: 01502 722486

Southwold Camping and Caravan Site is situated at the entrance to Southwold Harbour and adjacent to the Southwold Denes Beach. The historic town centre is within easy walking distance.

The Moon & Sixpence

Waldringfield, Woodbridge IP12 4PP

Tel: 01473 736650

An oasis of secure landscaped parkland stretching over 85 acres with a host of activities and more than 100 acres of woodland. Exclusively for children, two adventure playgrounds with swings, slides, climbing frame and aerial ropeway

Tangham Camp Site Forest Camping

Butley, Woodbridge IP12 3NF

Tel: 01394 450707

Forest Camping, Tangham Campsite is a spacious, level and well drained caravan and campsite of 2.8 hectares set in the heart of Forestry Commission forest, next to the Rendlesham Forest Centre.

Brick Kiln Farm

Campsea Ashe, Woodbridge IP13 0QL 
Tel: 07815 592539

Camping and glamping (Gypsy Caravan and Bell Tents) set in unspoilt, quiet countryside with 360 degree views over fields. The one-acre campsite is within easy reach of the A12 and Woodbridge, Framlingham, Snape, Aldeburgh and Southwold. Dogs welcome too, but must be kept on a lead at all times. Play area with trampoline and wendy house.

Valley Farm Equestrian Leisure

Valley Road, Wickham Market 
Woodbridge IP13 0ND

Tel: 01728 746916

Family friendly campsite with 80 acres of fields, tracks and woodland. Ten electric hookups. On site cafe.


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