The field we use for camping is about 100m off the trail with beautiful panoramic views over the village and surrounding countryside. Dogs are welcome provided they are kept under control as this is a working farm with livestock.
Produce is available from the farm shop or a short, direct walk will take you into the village where you find Cocking Stores / Post Office if you need further supplies. There is also the Blue Bell pub opposite.
We have a toilet and a mains water supply in the field. We now have a shower too but this will only be available late Spring to early Autumn.
Breakfast available on most occasions at the Farmhouse (please book ahead).
£10 per person camping per night.
We take our customers health and welfare seriously, so in order to allow time to clean, our guide to check in and check out is as follows: Check in from 3pm and check out by 10.30am.
Camping is open from March to November. Outside these times we may be able to accommodate individual tents by arrangement, please contact us for details.
Things to do:
Fishing: There is a local trout fishery (Cocking Springs) which is a short walk off the hill, who can provide tuition and rod hire.
There is also a good bus service to explore either Midhurst or Chichester. The Weald and Downland Living Museum is also easy to visit.
There is a great network of public tracks to explore through open downland and woodland with village pubs for refreshments.
On OS maps our Farm buildings show up as Hill Barn, the camping field is just on the North end of these a little way (approx 200m from the South Downs Way) along the track which leads towards the village.