Hyde Camping (Dorset)
A back-to-nature camping experience, alikened to wild camping but with the amenities you really need; non-smelling, clean composting toilets, a shared fridge/freezer and mains water. There is plenty of space for families and groups to get together or for solo-campers to feel at one with nature and to feel completely alone.
The wild-life is abundant, having been a non-sprayed hay meadow for over 20 years, and the resident Buzzard greets the campers every morning.
Cycling and walking paths around the heathland of Wareham Forest are adjacent to the site with easy access and there are many well-know beauty spots within half an hour's drive.
The price is £10 per adult and £5 per child per night. Please add on adult or child to reach the required amount. Many thanks.
Campervans are only allowed for two nights.
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Things to know
This is a rural and rustic campsite so not for groups who want a loud, busy campsite with a clubhouse and neighbouring tents close-by!
You will need to come fully prepared with water-holders, washing up bowl, toilet paper and a portable shower (if you want a shower during your stay).
If you want to bring your own fire pit it needs to be raised off the ground.
There is a shared electric point, fridge and freezer facilities.
No rubbish collection so you will need to bring bin bags and take to bins, locally, when out and about.
Well behaved dogs are welcome - biodegradable poo bags please.
Campervans are only allowed for up to two nights.
What's on our doorstep?
Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, Studland, Old Harry Rocks and other well-known beaches are all within half an hour drive.
Monkey World is 5 minutes away.
Wareham Forest is right next door for cycling and walking.
The Saxon walled town of Wareham is a 10 minute drive with wild swimming, water activities, pubs and restaurants.
Larger towns are approximately half an hour's drive away such as Weymouth, Poole, Dorchester and Bournemouth.