Foxhill Farm

Ringwood Road, Alderholt, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6 3DF

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Foxhill Farm CL site is situated on the edge of the New Forest, located on the boundary of Dorset and Hampshire and close to the River Avon.  Ideally situated to explore Ringwood Forest which is on our doorstep and a short drive will take you to the New Forest National Park, Moors Valley Country Park or the local quaint town of Fordingbridge. The delightful Wimborne Minster or the local market town of Ringwood are both within easy driving distance and offer excellent pubs/restaurants and coffee houses.

The spectacular beaches of the Bournemouth coast are an easy 25 minute drive and the Jurassic coast is also within easy reach. The ancient city of Salisbury with its beautiful cathedral is well worth a visit.

All hardstanding pitches with electric, water hook up and grey water drainage. Heated shower block with ladies wet room, gents wet room, separate toilets with shaver points, washing machine and tumble drier. Wash up area.  Well kept level site. Also offering "Store & pitch".

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • Laundry facilities
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
SP6 3DF
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Lat 50.905987 / Lon -1.822979
OS field ref:
SU125119
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Poole (24 miles)

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Road trip 2019

Lovely site. Clean facilities. Flat pitches Water and grey waste direct to each pitch. Mr & Mrs Castle loaned our friends a hose as theirs was too short. Sunny spacious pitches that are all private and discreet. Site perfect for visiting the new forest; beaches; castles and Sailsbury and it's wonderful cathedral. Parked just up from Bournemouth at Durley Chine Beach to swim it was less busy and loos to change in. It's not dog friendly in the summer and it's a zig zag concrete slope down and a few steps. There are several dog friendly beaches that our pals used and easy to look up. Calshot Castle is small but full of world war one and two history. There is a vellodrome; dry ski slope & lots of climbing walls all in one of the aircraft hangers here. The beach has paddle boards; kayaks and windsurfing to hire. It's a stoney beach but the view of Portsmouth and the isle of white is stunning. Especially from the castle. Rhinefield ornamental drive is a road that cuts through the forest. You can park for free here and walk on the gravel flat footpaths through the forest. To see the tall trees and imagine the world history that they would share if they could talk. When we asked at the caravan site where's the nearest pub. We was told the Churchill. Not so the sports and cricket/tennis club next door was approx 150 yards on the right out the gate. A warm welcome even when a private function was on. Cheeper bear in the area by at least a pond a pint. 2 pints of cider £6.40 as opposed to £9.90 at the fighting cocks which is worth a visit to see the donkeys. You can swim in the river at Fordingbridge bridge the fish are interesting too. Would we stay again yes definitely there is so much more to see. One last thing the washing machine and dryer take old pond coins so remember to ask Mr & Mrs Castle to change you're pounds before you load the machine. Lovely site
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good alround site

Having spent a week here in September, found the site ideally place to walk in the New & Ringwood forrests. The local town was very interesting and the food in the Ship inn was good, with plenty of choice. I have marked the site down on two counts , one being the amount of traffic using the road that runs along the side of the site and two there are no views from the site which is surrounded by hedges. Each pitch is fully serviced, but the drinking water taps are situated in the middle of three pitches so take extra hose. Dog walking on site is good. Toilets and Showers were kept very clean . The most helpful person was Ted plot 4 , a mind of information, thanks for your help. We are looking forward to returning next year . all in all a site I would recommend.

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Great place to stay

Seven nights stay could have stayed longer if we were able to.Nice peaceful location with plenty of places within striking distance overall great spot 👍
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Brilliant site

First time we have stayed on this site and the previous reviews really say it all, perfect male and female wetroom and seperate toilets. A washer and tumbler is available in the shower block. Signage to the entrance to the site need changing as following the excellent directions from the sites guide the cl sign is after the entrance which we nearly missed which would have been a big round trip to the site as no u turns suitable. Yes there are 6 pitches but that gives you the option to choose a location as there is always one free and we know people trying to get in who were refused as the site was "full". There is now a poo bin. We have marked the scenery and views down as there is no view off the beautiful site? We have also marked down the noise for the road which can be a little noisy during the day. We have voted for this cl for cl of the year. Yes we will be back.

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Great Immaculate Site

Lovely site in immaculate condition. Shower block a credit to the owners. All hardstanding level pitches which are all fully serviced. Some road noise from cars racing along the country lane but did not affect our stay. Be aware that children are charged from the age of 2 and not 3 as stated on the website. We would definitely return to this site again.

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