/ Portland camping?

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Kemics - on 13 May 2017
Could anyone recommend me a campsite near...or on Portland? I normally stay at Tom's field in swanage for Dorset but adds a bit of driving to Portland. Is there a decent climber campsite? I'd like to avoid a mega-site full of concrete and caravans.

The Ivanator - on 13 May 2017
In reply to Kemics:

If you are going in August then try to get into Eweleaze Farm (just East of Weymouth) - http://eweleaze.co.uk/ a big site, but has some quieter areas and a friendly vibe. They allow open fires and the site has its own excellent beach (with views across to Portland). It does get booked up though and only opens for 4 weeks a year.
2017 prices:
Adults
£8/night Sunday to Thursday nights, and
£16/night for Friday and Saturday nights (and Sunday of the bank holiday weekend)
Vehicles
Flat fee of £10 for each vehicle brought onto site for the stay
Kemics - on 13 May 2017
In reply to The Ivanator:


That sounds exactly perfect! But sadly it's next week I'm going (forecast permitting...) any ideas for places open in May?
The Ivanator - on 13 May 2017
In reply to Kemics:

Not stayed there, but Rosewall Farm seems to get good reviews and is open. Sea Barn Farm (that advertises in the Rockfax) is well positioned, but gets a fair quantity of negative reviews online. I've not stayed there either, but based on the reviews would look elsewhere.
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JackMac - on 17 May 2017
In reply to Kemics:

I stayed here: http://www.pebblebank.co.uk/ back in April and thought it was ideal. The caravans are in the separate field and out of the way. It's just a few minutes from Portland, has clean showers and toilets and the pitches are on a tiered field with a view of Portland and Chesil ahead.

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