Things To Do And See

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Wheatsheaf Good food and real ale.
We do not have clubhouses, discos bars etc, but we do have traditional Countryside camping and Caravanning. The Wheatsheaf in the local village of Titchfield is a 10 minute walk, and is a free house that serves an excellent selection of real ales and has a fantastic menu of home cooked, freshly prepared food, probably the best pub and eatery in the area.

Titchfield Abbey Local Walks and Titchfield Events
Within walking distance is historic Titchfield Abbey, fishing lakes, a well-stocked garden centre and finally, the charming village of Titchfield. From the seventh century St. Peter’s Church in Titchfield, a walk of approximately four miles will take you along the banks of the river Meon to the coast at Meon Shore, passing Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve.

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Carron Row Local Fishing
Carron Row is only a 2 minute walk away and has 5 Lakes. Lakes 1,2 & 3 = carp, tench & mixed, Lake 4 mixed, general / match, Lake 5 is for stock. Open throughout the year. Pond Warden - Mr Steve Lynch Tel: 07900 931681
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HMS Victory Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Portsmouth, the flagship of Maritime England, is within half an hours drive.A visit to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard takes you on a journey through time, allowing you to step onboard historic ships and explore magnificent museums from the Royal Navy’s past.

Gunwharf Quays Spinnaker Tower and Gunwharf Quays
The Spinnaker Tower at Gunwharf Quays stands at 170 metres tall, offering breath-taking 23 mile views. It has a high speed lift and three sky-high viewing decks. Gunwharf Quays is the South’s leading designer shopping outlet. Boasting over 90 stores, offering up to 60% discount on regular retail prices, and over 30 restaurants, bars and coffee shops, Gunwharf Quays is a unique and vibrant shopping and leisure destination. Set on the historic waterfront, it is the ideal place to explore, shop and dine and take in the exciting sights of this historic coastal city.

Drove Lea is ideally situated for easy access to the South Coast, with clean beaches and a variety of water sports, for the more energetic. The nearby Solent is an important recreational area for water sports, particularly yachting, hosting the Cowes Week sailing event annually.

Carron Row Whitely Shopping Centre
Whiteley is located about 3 miles from our campsite, just one mile from Junction 9 on the M27. It has 1,500 parking spaces across 6 car parks. Whiteley is a shopping centre with a difference. It has open spaces and public art, Whiteley offers the best mix of the high street including M&S, Topshop, H&M, River Island and Next among its 56 stores, so you'll always find that perfect something.If you're looking for some retail therapy plus a great place to eat, Whiteley Shopping is the ideal destination.

Fareham Quay What's On Locally
Find out what is happening locally. In Southampton, Gosport and Portsmouth you'll find a wealth of literary, artistic and historical attractions and along the coastline there are nature reserves, country parks and activity centres.

New ForestFurther Afield
Also within a half hours drive are Southampton, with its West Quay shopping centre, the New Forest and the River Hamble, of ‘Howard’s Way’ fame.