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Heathfield Farm Camping Site

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Heathfield Road, Freshwater, PO40 9SH

phone:01983 756756
fax:01983 756756

Season:1 May - 30 Sep

Caravan Park Details

Heathfield Farm is a small family camping site located in the rural West Wight on the outskirts of Freshwater village, and less than 2 miles from Yarmouth ferry port.

A park so green, it won GOLD from David Bellamy!

At Heathfield we have maintained a naturally green environment to encourage wild life and rare flora and fauna. The Parks indigenous tree planting scheme attracts many different bird and small mammal species. After making a special study of what we have achieved, the well-known botanist David Bellamy awarded us his coveted Conservation Award at the highest Gold level.

At Heathfield Farm we offer nine acres of unspoilt countryside. The Park is level, with easy access to our sixty well-spaced marked pitches, thirty of which have electric hook-ups.

There is a wild flower meadow around which dog owners are welcome to exercise their pets. The separate playing field, ideal for ball games, also has special BBQ areas.

Fishing, golf, horse riding, sailing and other water sports are all available nearby. The park is also a great starting point for exploring the surrounding countryside on foot or by bike. Youll find a special information and map board on the park with colour-coded rambles depending on how much time and energy you can spare!

Freshwater attractions and directions

Whether youre bringing a motorhome, touring caravan or tent, youll discover why Heathfield is the natural choice for all those seeking beautiful unspoilt countryside.

Half of the Island is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and much of the seashore is designated as a Heritage Coast. The Island has 67 miles of the most wonderful and varied coastline, offering chalk and sandstone cliffs, rocky coves and sandy beaches.

A short walk leads to the gently shelving sandy beach of Colwell and the adjoining bay of Totland. Whilst these beaches will appeal to those interested in building sandcastles and exploring rock pools, the beaches of Compton and Brook are ideal for surfing, fossil hunting and dinosaur enthusiasts.

The Island offers a host of fantastic days out for all the family, never more than a short walk or drive away. Visit vineyards, manor houses, castles, adventures parks, museums, craft centres, and a working steam railway.

It is easy to understand why so many people return time and time again. The unspoilt countryside, the milder climate, and the slower pace of life, makes this area the ideal location if you are seeking a relaxed away from it all type of holiday.

Try and spot our wooden animal sculptures around the Farm!

Al-fresco dining!

Yarmouth Quay

Local Beaches & Villages

Totland & Colwell: Safe, sandy beaches with pebbles and rock pools, boat trips and sail boarding. Restaurants and shops.

Alum Bay: Pebble beach, coloured sands, chair lift, boat trips around the Needles.

Compton & Brook: Long sandy beach, rugged cliffs, surfing and fossil hunting.

Freshwater Bay: Pebble beach, chalk cliffs. Home of Tennyson and Julia Margaret Cameron.

Freshwater: Sports Centre, variety of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, banks etc.

Yarmouth: Old harbour town, shops, cafes, castle, pier, sailing and fishing. Visit in June for the annual Old Gaffers Festival.


Caravan Park Features

  • Laundry Facilities
  • Pets Allowed onsite

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