Certainly a great campsite, I forgot about the location of this campsite until I saw my own tent (green canvas) on this campsite website gallery from about eight years ago!
Lee Valley Almost Wild. How was it for sound/noise from other groups? Any privacy from the forest?
Running cold water, lights at the toilets, firewood. I could do that for a long time.
Frome - South West
Vallis Veg - Only 6 pitches, each completetly separate from each other. From my pitch i couldnt see another tent, the nearest pitch to mine was 70m away in a different field. No parking next to your pitch, you have to use their wheelbarrow and carry your stuff to your pitch but worth it for the views, lack of road noise and isolation. Fires allowed, compost loo, water point and sink but no showers and £7pp/pn.
Just looked and this appears to be closed nowForgewood camping near Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Originally Posted by Vulpes
I think I tried to book a night down here, but they said minimum 2 nights stay as it takes a while to get in and I was just passing through. I'd like to try it at some point though, looks great.
Reply by pauljm116
It is great, been going there for a few years. Not the cheapest but perfect for bushcrafters.
Just looked and this appears to be closed now
thanks for the updateIt closed down 4 years ago due to poor management, they didn't stop people from using dead wood and the place was stripped so was shut down by the relevant authorities. Its a shame as it was a great campsite. I've been going to Badgells wood in Meopham ever since which is a great site, all pitches are in the woods so no open fields but great for hammocking and the people running it are very friendly, helpful and proactive in maintaining the woodland. https://badgellswoodcamping.co.uk/