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Carpenters Farm Campsite

Carpenters Farm Campsite aims to provide a happy and relaxing experience for all types of camping holidays. They are a family-run park that welcomes Rallies by prior arrangement out of the main holiday periods.

The site is now open all year round for caravans and tourers on the site’s hard standing pitches.

• Modern shower and toilet block
• Family bathrooms in high season
• Electric Hook-ups
• Drinking water standpipes around the site
• Laundry room (washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board)
• Deep sinks (for dish washing and hand laundry)
• Men’s Razor points
• Plugs for Hair Dryers
• Dedicated charging points for laptops and mobiles
• WiFi Internet access (payable)
• Chemical toilet disposal point
• Disabled Facilities
• Children’s playground ( swings, climbing frame and sand pit)
• Dogs accepted under strict control

Carpenters Farm Campsite is located next to the St. Helens Marshes Site of Special Scientific Interest which is an RSPB reserve. The site’s old railway line is now a beautiful walk that takes you from St. Helens to Brading right through the marshes.

Within easy walking distance from the campsite is St. Helens Duver, the nearest beach. There is a stop for the B3330 bus route right outside of the campsite entrance. Carpenters Farm Campsite is within easy reach of Appley Beach in Ryde, Bembridge Silver Beach, Sandown Bay, Shanklin and Ventnor.

There are an abundance of local pubs and restaurants in the vicinity. There is a wide choice of places to eat at prices that will suit all budgets.

The site offers a variety of pitches for touring caravans, trailer tents, motor homes and tents. They now feature Wi-Fi internet access.

There is a wide variety of stunning countryside to explore in the Isle of Wight. A lot of the Isle of Wight has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The scenery varies from sandy beaches to rolling downland and cliffs to quiet woodland and estuaries. It is the ideal location for a beach holiday, a walking holiday or for a relaxing holiday.

There are over 500 miles of marked footpaths around for activity holidays. There are round the island coastal paths and numerous cross country signed trails. Cyclists can enjoy over 200 miles of bridleways for off road cycling. There is also the 62 mile way-marked Round the Island cycle route on road as well as the special cycleways that were build on the discussed railway lines that provide good flat cycling throughout the countryside. The last route is great for children. You can also choose to hunt for dinosaur fossils and find footprints in the sand.

DIRECTIONS:
Follow signpost to Ryde, then Sandown. Take the St Helens, Bembridge turning on to the B3330, 0.5 mile on the left.

 

Follow the Carpenters Farm Campsite link below for more information

Carpenters Farm Campsite

Carpenters Farm
Carpenters Road, St.Helens, Ryde,
Isle of Wight. PO33 1YN


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