The Secret Campsite is a small tent only campsite 5 miles north of Lewes in East Sussex.We have very large pitches and we allow campfires. South Downs National Park, Drusillas Zoo, Hurstmonceux Castle and Observatory Science Centre, Newhaven Fort,Royal Pavilion Brighton, Sussex Sea Voyages at Newhaven, Wakehurst Place, Seven Sisters Sheep Centre, Lewes Castle and Anne of Cleves House, Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park, Glyndebourne, Charleston, Middle Farm.
The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. Submit your own Review for a chance to Win ?100!Submit a review of this site for your chance to win ?100 of Caravan Club vouchers or ?100 of Amazon vouchers, courtesy of this month's sponsor, The Caravan Club. UK Spring Motorhome & Caravan Show 2nd - 3rd AprilHeld in Newark with day visitors, weekend campers, club rallies and trade stands. Please note we are not responsible for the content of external sites & any reviews represent the author's personal view only. The campsite is closed at the moment but Lewes isn’t and it was a great place to get some edible delicacies for christmas. Its all very quiet around The Secret Campsite now, but a great time to see the deer processing through the woods and hopefully the Barn Owl will make an appearance.
The camping meadow is surrounded by ancient woodland filled with an abundance of wildlife and visitors often see kestrels, owls and deer amongst many other species.The camping meadow is car and dog free to allow children to roam and explore safely.
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Plenty of space to put your tent and still have space for playing in - helped by there being no cars on the site.
Quiet, but near all kinds of interesting places (Lewes, South Downs, National Trust, nearby Farmshop!). I am reluctant to write a review because I don't want anyone else to visit the secret campsite. We provide trolleys to transport your belongings into the camping field, which is just a couple of minutes from the car park. After passing Holmansbridge Farm shop we are the 4th turning on the right hand side called Brickyard Farm.~South from East Grinstead on A275Leave Chailey Green with Five Bells pub on your right side, and immediately after entering South Chailey, turn left onto Markstakes Lane.
No cars are allowed on site so it is very safe for children which in turn means relaxing for adults.
The pitches are huge, really spread out and set in either a lovely meadow or orchard setting with a flower and veggie patch near the reception. Sites are well-spaced; each is a circle of mown grass reached by a track and a fireplace is there too. Saw lots of other children playing and exploring safely, but it was also immensely peaceful, with everything on hand you need. Totally recommended esp for first time camping with kids - maximise your chances of them getting the camping bug!Location is good in that it is quiet, although not masses to do very close to site.


There is a great farm shop 5 minutes walk away and lots of pubs nearby catering for a range of tastes and budgets.We offer a secluded location in a beautiful setting with great access to cycling, walking and exploring the South Downs.
As mentioned The Royal Oak is only a 30 min walk from the site where they do some lovely food and are very welcoming.
We booked with friends and all the children aged 18 months to 7 and the adults had a fab time.
It is a perfect base to explore Sussex and visit local beaches, historical houses and gardens and enjoy the vibrant and historic town of Lewes. Because cars aren't allowed directly to the pitch, it is save and nice for children to wander around.
The nearest pub is a 25 min walk along an abandoned railway line, turn left and through a sports field.
The site is beautiful now and with the amount of work put in will only continue to get even better. As mentioned we only stayed for two nights but having realised how much there is to do in the local area will definitely return for a longer stay.




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