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Drove Lea Farm Camping and Caravans

Drove Lea Farm Camping and Caravans is a quiet, family run site, which nestles in the beautiful Meon Valley. It sits within the newly appointed conservation area of Titchfield Abbey, just to the north of the picturesque village of Titchfield, near Fareham. It is ideally situated for Southampton and Portsmouth ferry ports, and ferries to the Isle of Wight.

The park is situated in 8 acres of level and part wooded farmland that is dedicated to camping and is open from the 1st of February until the 30th of November.

Please be aware this is Countryside Camping and there are no club houses, toilet blocks, shower blocks, restaurants or discos.

Drove Lea Farm Camping and Caravans has electric hook ups available and the usual fresh water and waste disposal facilities but all caravans and camping units will require their own toilet and washing facilities.

 

NEW – SHEPHERD’S HUT
Drove Lea now have a top of the range shepherd’s hut for rent. Facilities include mains electric, hot and cold water, fantastic mains shower, log burning stove, bbq, electric fridge. Breakfast is provided in the hut, as well as ample tea and coffee.

http://www.hampshireshepherdshuts.co.uk/

 

RALLIES
There is a separate rally field which now provides a total of 36 hook ups, certainly enough to allow campers to enjoy privacy.

Early booking is recommended – now booking up to 2020.

 

OUT AND ABOUT
Drove Lea is ideal for a quite country break or a stopover on the way to the continent, with quick and easy access to the M27; both the ports of Portsmouth and Southampton are only 20 minutes drive.
Within walking distance o Drove Lea is historic Titchfield Abbey, fishing lakes, a well-stocked garden centre and the charming village of Titchfield.
From the seventh century St. Peter’s Church in Titchfield, a walk of approximately four miles will take you along the banks of the river Meon to the coast at Meon Shore, passing Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve.

 

Click below for more info on Drove Lea Farm Camping and Caravans

Drove Lea Farm Camping and Caravans

Click here for more information on the Shepherd’s Hut

Drove Lea Farm
Mill Lane
Titchfield
Fareham
Hants
PO15 5DX


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