Red House Farm Camping Site
Red House Farm Camping Site is a rural site, situated a mile from the beach at Bracklesham Bay.
It is a quiet family site with plenty of room for children to play in safety. The grounds are level and sheltered.
Red House Farm Camping Site has been owned and managed by the same family for over 50 years, with many people returning year after year for the warm friendly welcome.
Set only 8 miles from Goodwood, famous for its horse racing and festival of speed revival meetings that take place every year.
The area is flat and rural so perfect for biking and hiking. One major attraction is the stunning West Wittering Beach
Just 7 miles from Red House Farm Camping Site is the historic cathedral city of Chichester with a wide range of shops, tea rooms and restaurants. The Chichester District Museum which is centred on an ancient Roman bathhouse and the wonderful Pallant Art Gallery are worth a visit.
For stargazers the South Downs Planetarium is a definite ‘go to’ and easily accessible from Red House Farm.
Slightly further afield is Fishbourne Roman Palace which is of high educational value for children.
Portsmouth is a further 15 minutes drive from there and offers a vast range of attractions including The Historic Dockyard where the Flagship of the Royal Navy, Lord Nelson’s HMS Victory resides and the new museum dedicated to the Mary Rose, the Tudor warship of King Henry VIII, salvaged in 1982.
To the East of Chichester the first attraction has to be the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum which celebrates the wartime roots of the airfield and aircraft based there.
Arundel is a ‘must’ for it’s interesting shops as well as Arundel Castle and the Arundel Wildfowl Centre. A little way beyond there is Brighton.
To the North of Chichester large swathes of rolling West Sussex countryside and charming villages and hamlets are encompassed by the newly created ‘South Downs National Park’, featuring Goodwood House and Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit and Airfield.