Located just outside the village of Corfe Castle and nestled at the foot of the famous Purbeck Ridgeway, the Corfe Castle Campsite is a traditional, well-kept, friendly and pleasant spot for tourers and campers.
Stroll in to Corfe for drinks or meals out at the local pubs, to stock up on food and supplies from the village store and, of course, to explore the 1,000-year-old castle ruin.
Countryside is on your doorstep here – the Purbeck Hills and Corfe Common are popular with walkers and cyclists and are a great way to get to Swanage whilst being treated to fantastic, panoramic views. You can also travel to Swanage by bus from Corfe Castle, as well as on the heritage Swanage Railway.
And there’s plenty of wildlife to listen and watch out for – badgers are known to venture out at night and, depending on the time of year you’ll be treated to deer roaming nearby and bluebells in Spring.
There’s a mixture of grass and hard-standing pitches here at the four-pennant Corfe Castle Campsite (previously Corfe Castle Camping & Caravanning Club Site).
There’s electric hook-up points for all hardstanding and for some grass pitches. Most pitches are well-sheltered and secluded.
A fish & chip van visits twice a week and there’s a shop selling basic essentials, where you can also order freshly-baked bread to be delivered for the next morning.
There is a children’s play area, family shower room and dedicated disabled facilities, a laundry room and a motorhome service point.
🐾 Corfe Castle Campsite is dog-friendly