Knoll Farm Campsite, Wareham, Dorset
Knoll Farm Campsite near Wareham is a basic campsite nestled in a stunning setting, surrounded by amazing countryside and National Trust Reserve Land. It is perfect for the ultimate rural getaway in a glorious part of Dorset.
The gorgeous farm campsite is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. All guests comment on the spectacular views, offering outstanding views across the marshes to the sea and to the ruins of Corfe Castle in in the other direction. There is also plenty of space to pitch, perfect for a relaxing and peaceful getaway.
This family-run campsite has six hot water showers with independent boilers, 5 flushing loos and lots of portaloos. There is a water station in the field with four sinks, plus another next to the shower/toilet block with six sinks.
They offer fantastic live music everyone weekend on Fridays and Saturdays in the two large barns. A vast array of music is on offer, from jazz to indie, from ukulele to classic, offering something for everyone.
The charming nearby village is a lovely place to explore, home to lots of great bars, cafes and restaurants. You can also hire a canoe or boat for a scenic ride on the river. Only an 8-minute drive is the Arne RSPB Reserve, home to 7 nature trails and an abundance of birdwatching hides. 4 miles away there are magnificent beaches which stretch from the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site at Old Harry Rocks north to Shell Bay, whilst the steam train at Corfe Station offers a nostalgic ride through spectacular scenery.
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