Accommodation Campsites

Studland Summer Camp

Naturist campsite on the Isle of Purbeck

Studland Summer Camp is the only naturist campsite in Purbeck and is popular with visitors wishing to visit the well-known and dedicated naturist beach in Studland Bay.

People walking on Studland Naturist Beach
Naturist beach at Studland’s Knoll Beach

The traditional campsite is situated near Swanage on a rural back road that leads to the village of Corfe Castle. It’s primarily for tents (there’s a narrow, windy access road), but smaller campervans may be considered by prior arrangement.)

Facilities at Studland Summer Camp are basic but include toilets, showers and a chemical waste station.

Note that this is a family-friendly site, so children of naturist families may also be staying.

For further information about the naturist beach in Studland Bay, please visit our Naturist Beach page.

Site rules

It goes without saying that clothing for adults is optional at the Studland Summer Camp. Some additional sites rules include:

  • No group bookings
  • No campfires or fire pits
  • Noise kept to a minimum at night (no loud music/radios, however acoustic instruments are welcome)

🐾 Studland Summer Camp is dog-friendly, however dogs must be on a lead at all times

Tariffs and opening times

The campsite has two opening seasons – one typically from May to June, and then one from late July through till the end of August/beginning of September.

Pitch prices can be found on their website.

Contact details

Find out more on the campsite’s website or call to enquire about booking: