Woodyhyde Campsite, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset


Woodyhyde Campsite is set in the heart of the beautiful Purbeck countryside. Our campsite is a large 13 acre rural site spread across 3 separate fields. Our campsite does not have marked pitches which creates a very relaxed, spacious feel. We give freedom to our visitors to pitch wherever they prefer. Dogs are very welcome on two of the camping fields but unfortunately, the campsite cannot accommodate caravans.

On our large 13 acre rural site we have 3 separate fields. There are no pitches marked out instead we like to create a relaxed atmosphere so visitors can pitch up where they prefer. Dogs are welcomed in fields 1 and 2 but not in field 3. We now have 60 electrical hook-up points available in fields 1 and 2, 20 of which have hard standings for camper vans. Hookups need to be booked in advance. We feel all the necessary facilities are available to ensure you have a comfortable and pleasant stay.

The location of our campsite makes it suitable for all types of holiday or come just for a weekend to chill out. From the campsite, there are footpaths leading directly to the Purbeck Hills and the coastal paths on the outstanding Jurassic Coast. Anybody camping looking for a less strenuous day out, then the beautiful award winning beaches of Swanage and Studland are close by.

The Isle of Purbeck is designated as a “World Heritage Site” for its Jurassic Coast, recognised as one of the worlds most geologically important places on the planet, also rated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The campsite is a great base for your holiday with the great beaches of Studland and Swanage close by with miles of golden sand to relax or play on!


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