Campsites in Hampshire
Campsites in hampshire are plentiful due to the county’s abundance of forest and coastline. Sandy Balls Holiday Village in Hampshire is a great option if you want to have a bit of both and rent a motorhome for your holiday. Set in the beautiful and ancient New Forest, the site is an award-winning, five-star, Holiday Village with a whole variety of activities for holidaymakers to enjoy. Park up your motorhome in one of Sandy Ball’s award-winning touring and camping pitches for a lovely relaxing weekend or holiday away. The site has events throughout the year so whenever you decide to hire a motorhome in Hampshire you will never be bored or have your fun rained off!
Why visit Hampshire?
Hampshire has the old capital of Roman Britain (Winchester) within its borders. It also spoils you for choice with not one, but two national parks. Want to see some indigenous British ponies? then drive on down to the New forest National Park for some horsing around. Like going for long hikes or bike rides? the South Downs National Park is the place for you with its rolling hills mountain bike trails and wonderful woodland. Hampshire is also the only county with ferry links to the Isle of Wight, an island with a trove of motorhome holiday destinations. Hampshire is known for it's coastline and seaside towns. It is also an incredibly significant county in the history of the UK, as it is the home of the British navy. Birthplace Whether you want to camp by the beach, or in the tranquility of a forest. Do not miss out on this gorgeous county on the south coast.
Things to do in Hampshire
With not one but two large ports on Hampshire’s coast, the county is a great place to turn your camping trip into a seaside holiday. Both Portsmouth and Southampton are in Hampshire and each city has much to offer the holidaymaker. Southampton has a lot of good shopping and some interesting sights to see. Portsmouth has a very popular historic dockyard where you can learn about the history of the British navy as well as explore the dockyard and surrounding harbour. One of the most famous attractions in Hampshire is of course the HMS Victory in the dockyards. Admiral Nelson’s flagship at the battle of Trafalgar has been amazingly preserved and is open to the public to get an insight into naval life in the early 19th century.