Friday 16 May 2014 Fairfields Farm Caravan & Camping Park, Pevensy, Eastbourne, East Sussex

Our family owned and run business is located in Westham near Pevensey in East Sussex. A working farm, with the land devoted mainly to grazing, the family look after sheep and cattle, in addition to running the campsite.

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The campsite, established for over 30 years, is exclusively for touring caravans and tents. We offer a 60 pitch site located in approximately 4 acres of grassland. Made up roadways allow access to all areas of the site. We have a resident warden, and access to the site is controlled with the gates closing at 10.30 pm. Parking is available for late arrivals.

During busy periods, such as during August and Bank Holiday weekends, we are able to accommodate additional campers in our Overspill Field located adjacent to the main site and Lakeside Walk

Leading away from the camping area we have our campsite walk. Here campers enjoy a pleasant meadow like setting where walkers and pet owners are free to walk. Here you will find our duck pond, peacock house and chicken enclosure. Close by, in the adjacent fields, you may see our ponies and Shetland Ponies. Beyond this, the walk loops around our fishing lake. Many species of fish are present, and examples of Roach, Rudd, Perch, Tench and Carp have all been landed. Use of the lake is free to campsite residents, however users should ensure that appropriate Environment Agency licence is obtained prior to fishing.

Our Business Directory Section features companies selling everything you need for your camping & caravanning holiday including insurance, tents and other camping equipment, safety gear, satellite and other electronics and also where to purchase your next touring caravan or motorhome. Contact details including their own website are featured so that you can contact them for the best deals available.

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