Rookesbury Park Caravan Club Site

  • 18/03/2016 to 31/10/2016
  • Open to Members & Non-members
  • Earliest arrival time 12:00

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Member rating

  • 4 out of 5
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  • Hundred Acres Road,Wickham,Fareham,Hampshire,PO17 6JR
  • 01329 834085

Pitches (what are these?)

  • Total pitches 154
  • Hardstanding 85
  • Storage 35
  • Tent 12
  • Max length = 9 metres

As you top the rise on the approach road, you will see Rookesbury Park Caravan Club Site splendidly set in tranquil parkland and filled with hedges and trees in the valley, with the magnificent Forest of Bere at its edge. For restaurants, pubs and other conveniences, the caravan site puts you within easy reach of Fareham and the village of Wickham.

A good choice for those with children, part of the caravan park is reserved as a children's play and picnic area. As the Gateway to the South Downs, the site is ideally located for shoppers and city visitors to Portsmouth and Southampton, yet also perfectly placed to enjoy country walks and the peace and tranquillity of the Forest of Bere clearings. If you enjoy the outdoors you will be spoilt for choice because the entire area is ideal for walking, cycling and leisurely absorbing the peace and quiet of the former royal Forest of Bere. The area is abundant with wildlife and a variety of birdlife, with plenty of opportunities for keen photographers to take great nature shots. Should you want to explore further afield, Rookesbury Park Caravan Club Site is well placed for everything from a day trip to the Isle of Wight to a longer visit in Portsmouth to see the restored ships of old (the Mary Rose, the Victory, the Warrior) as well as sample the local seaside shopping treats. For more fascinating history, you could also visit the Victorian Fort Nelson, a Royal Armouries collection of artillery, displaying over 350 cannons. A mobile fish and chip van visits this site, please ask the wardens for more details.

ONE NIGHT STAYS to or from a ferry: If you are arriving after 8pm and/or leaving before 8am you do need to book a 'Ferry Pitch'. If none are available, please do not book a 'Standard Pitch' but call the site directly. Please see Important Information below for more details on ferry pitches.

Tent camping

Rookesbury Park welcomes tent campers and has tent pitches available to both members and non-members. Pitches can be booked online or by phone - To do this and to find out further tent camping information, take a look at the Rookesbury Park tent camping page...


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24 Jul 16 - 03 Sep 16 Adult: £8.40 Child (5-17):£3.00 Pitch: £10.60
04 Sep 16 - 01 Oct 16 Adult: £7.00 Child (5-17):£2.10 Pitch: £7.40
02 Oct 16 - 20 Oct 16 Adult: £6.30 Child (5-17):£1.80 Pitch: £6.90
21 Oct 16 - 30 Oct 16 Adult: £7.00 Child (5-17):£2.10 Pitch: £7.40


Important Information

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  • Parent, baby and toddler washroom facilities
  • Facilities for wheelchair and walking disabled
  • Ideal for families
  • Dog walk on site or nearby
  • Significant historical or cultural interest nearby
  • Motorhome waste disposal
  • Laundry facilities
  • Tent campers welcome
  • Toilet block
  • Part hard standings
  • Storage pitches available
  • Within 5 Miles of National Cycle Network
  • Fishing within 5 miles
  • Wi-Fi internet access

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Rookesbury Park

4 out of 5

We arrived at approximately 6.45 in the evening, having come off the ferry.  The wardens were just finishing but could not have been more helpful.  They took time to ensure we had a suitable pitch and knew where all the facilities were.  This is the second year we have stayed at Rookesbury Park, last year we arrived at 10.30 at night in the middle of a deluge.  The wardens were fantastic on that occasion, this being the reason we were looking forward to returning.

Locked in at night now?

4 out of 5

We regularly stay at the site but this time we were surprised the learn on our arrival that you cannot exit the site between 11pm and 7am. I am aware that the CCC has such rules but I have always thought the clubs greater flexibility to be one of its advantages. You need to be aware of this if you want an early start to reach a not so local attraction.

Disappointed wardens not helpful.

2 out of 5

After reading the reviews we decided to visit the site, we learnt that the wardens had changed since last year. Very unhelpful to the point of rudeness. We asked if we could save the pitch near us for my daughter arriving that day. They say No and said if we put anything on the pitch they would remove it. My daughter has a 20 month old toddler and is new to caravanning so our help is invaluable to her. I then found out that 3 different people had saved pitches for their friends with the knowledge of the wardens. I couldn't believe this plus how rude they were to us. Don't pitch up near the play area especially at the weekend there are children running riot all around. Also noticed caravans parked the "wrong " way round on the pitch nothing said to them by the wardens..... Wifi didn't work most of the time and mobile reception poor. I wouldn't like to be in the site during school holidays. As a result of the wardens attitude we do not think we will renew our membership. I agreed with rules but when I hear that 3 other members saved pitches with the wardens knowledge and we were told it was against the rules.... What more can I say. My daughter also felt it ruined her break away as they were rude to her. it. 
EasyT commented 23/07/2016

There is no reason why caravans should not park nose in if it suits.�

souillac commented 21/07/2016

I would also like to comment that caravans arrived before 12 noon to find a pitch.�

Things to do nearby


  • WalkingSuggested forest walks are available from the office

  • CyclingThe nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 2, Portsmouth to Southampton.

  • Nearby Sustrans cycle routes

Local amenities

  • Town (Fareham)

  • Supermarket (The closest are Sainsbury’s in Fareham, about 5 miles from the site and a small Co-op in Wickham about 2 miles from the site.)

  • Places of worship (C of E, Catholic and Methodist Churches are in Wickham.)

Attractions and events

  • Event
  • Attraction
  • Member offer
  • Bishops Waltham Palace

    Winchester, Hampshire

    Distance: 4 miles
    Member offer

    Remains of Bishop of Winchester`s palace are mainly 12th and 14thC consisting of buildings around a courtyard and moat. Remains include the Great Hall and 3-storey tower.

  • Bishop's Waltham Museum

    Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire

    Distance: 4 miles
    Member offer

    Displays illustrating the many ages of the parish history and pre-history and includes many items from the prosperous Victorian era.

  • Port Solent Marina

    Portsmouth, Hampshire

    Distance: 5 miles
    Member offer

    Port Solent is the south coast's premier destination marina.

  • Portsdown Hill

    Portsmouth, Hampshire

    Distance: 5 miles
    Member offer

    A chalk escarpment 120m high, with spectacular views across the harbour to the Isle of Wight. The area is also a designated SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest).

  • The Boardwalk

    Portsmouth, Hampshire

    Distance: 5.3 miles
    Member offer

    Port Solent is Portsmouth’s Leading Waterside Leisure Destination. Over 20 restaurants overlooking the stunning marina with free parking and easy access.

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  • Earliest arrival time: 12:00
  • Postcode: PO17 6JR
  • GPS co-ordinates: Lat: 50.90656 Lon: -1.1613
  • OS ref: 196 : SU596122
  • Sites directory map number: J3
  • Plan a route to this site


    From the East: leave M27 at junction 10 onto A32 (signposted Alton), In 1 mile at the roundabout continue on the A32 (signposted Alton). In 1 mile at the roundabout keep right on the A32. In 0.25 mile by the church turn right onto the B2177. In 1 mile turn left at the signpost to Hundred Acres, Newtown. In about 0.75 mile (immediately past brick wall) turn left into the driveway to the site. From the West: it is not possible to leave at junction 10, continue on to junction 11, take the slip road, turn right back over motorway and rejoin, heading towards Southampton and exit at junction 10. From north on the M3, follow signs for M27 Portsmouth and then follow directions as from the West above. Please look out for horse riders in Hundred Acres Road and take care.

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