Campsites in west wittering sussex

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“The New Forest offers the very best of England – with 300 square miles of idyllic woods and open moorland, charming towns and villages and 43 miles of wonderful coastline. Perhaps more importantly, though, the grazing pressure exerted by these animals prevents the significant landscape changes that would otherwise inevitably occur: heathland would become overgrown and revert to woodland; the character of the ancient, open woods would be lost; and many of the area’s most notable wildlife species would consequently be eliminated.

Activities range from romantic walks to full-on family fun with high quality accommodation to match – from back-to-nature campsites to world-class hotels. The ponies, then, are an ever-popular feature of the New Forest scene, their character is to be greatly admired and they make a significant contribution to the maintenance of this important, historic landscape.” The New Forest Explorers’ Guide is a fantastic resource for those looking for forest holidays.

Helping to improve the public’s understanding of the essential relationship between conservation and the methods employed by those who live and work in the forest, the Trust better supports the forest and helps secure its future.

They have plenty of information on their website on the forest itself and their schemes such as the Love the Forest Scheme, where visitors can help protect the future of the forest, and the Stallion Scheme, which helps regulate the number of the New Forest ponies and ensures the improved quality of their welfare. We’d love to see your pictures and hear the highlights of your trip.

The wild New Forest ponies are owned by New Forest commoners, or those who live in the forest and the rights to the ponies are attached to the holding rather than its owner. ” - These ponies are not only an iconic part of the landscape, having been settled in the area so popular for forest holidays since before the last Ice Age, but they are also crucial to the local ecosystem and appearance of the landscape.

See the New Forest Pony section on the The New Forest website run by the New Forest District Council for more information. Here the New Forest Explorers’ Guide explains further. Attractive, independent, hardy creatures, these and other stock animals – cattle, donkeys and, in autumn, pigs – are so closely associated with the New Forest that it is difficult to imagine one without the other.

This means 10 large fishing lakes set in over 150 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, yet positioned only a few miles from the beach, and the traditional seaside resort of Bognor Regis.

The ultimate in Park Holidays UK accommodation, our range of prime location lodges offer innovative roomy design and luxurious fixtures and fittings, perfect for holiday living.

From this autumn, additional Gold-Plus holiday home models Searing summer temperatures this year have sparked a sharp rise in the number of families opting to bring their pets on holiday, says Park Holidays UK.

Selsey is a small seaside town just 8 miles from Chichester on the West Sussex coast.

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Located just outside the historic town of Chichester, West Sussex, this holiday park probably has more water than land!

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