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Campsite of the Month: Aldridge Hill

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Our campsite of the month for March is Aldridge Hill, Hampshire.

Aldridge Hill, in the New Forest, is a little oasis of peace and tranquillity in this busy world. As part of the Camping in the Forest group, the setting is second to none, especially if you fancy a quiet break and to get closer to nature.

This 170-pitch, grass-only site has no loos, showers or electric hook-up, so you need to be self-contained, though that seems like a small price to pay for this much camping loveliness! Just crack out the solar panels and embrace the world of off-gridding.

There’s no site shop, but it’s a short drive to Brockenhurst which has everything you’ll need.

Pets and kids are welcome (and free), and cute wild ponies roam the site.

If you look up the word ‘Idyllic’ in the dictionary, we’re pretty sure, Aldridge Hill gets a mention! Peppa Pig World is close by, which doesn't.

Aldridge Hill campsite, New Forest

Aldridge Hill Campsite

Brockenhurst, Hants SO42 7QD

Telephone 01590 623152

Web campingintheforest.co.uk

Price £15.09 (couple, high-season)

Open 25 May to 5 June 2017. Reopens 22 June to 4 September 2017

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