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Dot's Camping

UK England South East England Hampshire Fordingbridge

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Distance markers in shared facilities
  • Contactless check in
  • Extra toilets/showers
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • "We're Good To Go" accredited
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Campfires allowed
  • Dogs welcome
  • Groups welcome
  • Short walk to pub
  • Good walks nearby
If you’re hunting that harmonious feeling, then come to Dot’s. Pleasant Hampshire countryside matched with a helpful host.

Hampshire’s countryside is far from lacking in the scenic stakes: from the rolling cornfields of its northerly borders to the magical woods and wild heathland of the New Forest, campers will find endless valleys and meadows unpopulated by a single human, except for the occasional farmer harvesting his crops. It’s in these countryside surroundings that Breamore resides; a genteel English village which would make the ideal location for a Miss Marple novel. But it’s also home to a wonderfully peaceful place to pitch your tent: Dot’s Camping.

It's hard to put a finger on what makes this pop-up campsite special. Maybe it's the fresh Hampshire air abuzz with swirling butterflies, or perhaps the odd ‘oink’ from Squeak, Dot’s resident pig – no prizes for guessing how she got the name – who cheerfully heralds your arrival. Whatever does it for you, there's something here to love. There are some campsites you arrive at and immediately know what awaits will be amongst the most tranquil and care-free camping holidays you're ever likely to experience. Dot’s is one such campsite.

The camping field has flat, unmarked and generously-sized pitches, perfect for first-timers and families. It’s a lovely quiet site (so no music after dark), but some road noise can occasionally be heard if the wind’s blowing the wrong way. This is proper, traditional camping – so don’t expect heated toilet blocks and hairdryers. Facilities are simply; spotlessly clean flushing toilets, a pair of gas-powered showers (with plenty of pressure) and a lovely shelter with a washing up sink, freezer for ice blocks and plenty of tourist information.

And come morning there’s loads to do, be it walking or cycling the New Forest’s endless trails, or sampling local ales in pubs with old-world charm. Pooped parents looking for activities to wear out their brood have plenty of choice, both on and off site. Paulton’s Park and Peppa Pig World are fun days out, whilst most little uns' won’t want to leave the campsites Pygmy goats and Kune Kune pigs, in the field next door. With this abundance of activities and fresh country air its no wonder everyone sleeps soundly at Dot’s. It’s even less of a surprise that campers keep coming back.



Ladies and gents  toilets. New eco straw bale urinals and 2 hot showers. Washing up area with one hot tap. Also 2 more sinks for general washing. Freezer available for ice packs, fire pits to hire and baskets of logs.

Suitable For

Tents, glampers, campervans, small motorhomes, families, kids and well-behaved dogs – yes. Caravans, large, single sex groups - no.


Whether you fancy a peaceful walk or cycle through the Forest, experience a ride on an authentic narrow-gauge steam train or even Go Ape! on a high wire forest adventure swinging through the tree-tops, Moors Valley (01425 470721) has you covered. They can also arrange a spot of fishing in the Moors Lake. Set in its own gorgeous parkland amongst surrounding fields and farms, the grandeur and elegance of Breamore House (01725 512858) has changed little over the past 400 years. The Elizabethan Manor House and Countryside Museum are open for tourists from April until the end of October. And don’t forget to try Breamore Mizmaze! Paulton’s Park (023 8081 4442) has an array of rides and attractions, which include: a rollercoaster, a log flume, a water park, adventure golf and a 4D cinema. Peppa Pig World is Peppa’s very own theme park with 7 rides located inside Paulton's Park.

Food & Drink

The nearby community shop sells tasty, locally sourced food and all your everyday essentials. Dot’s is only a 10-minute walk away from 2 excellent pubs. The Horse and Groom (01725 510739) in Woodgreen has a decent selection of beer on tap, roaring fireplace in the winter and a lovely garden in the summer. Oh and there’s a 10% discount card for all Dot’s campers! For a warm South African welcome, head to the Bat & Ball (01725 512252). Also 10% discount on meals. This traditional local has varied menu and a daily specials board offering even more choices, including ‘exotic’ meats.


May bank holiday (25th–27th), August Bank Holiday (23rd–26th) and then every weekend (Friday–Sunday) from 12th July until 18th August.

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Contact Dot's Camping, Dot's Camping, Woodgreen Road, Breamore, Hampshire SP6 2AE

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Getting There

From Salibury: head south on the A338. Pass through the village of Downton and Breamore is the next village. On entering Breamore, go past the ‘Bat & Ball’ pub on the left and then turn left, signposted Woodgreen. Head along the road (over the old railway bridge and just past the New Forest National Park sign) and as the road bends slightly you will find Dot’s Camping on the right hand side. The drive is hard to see so take care.

Salisbury Railway Station and Bus Station are 10 miles up the road.


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