Park Farm Campsite is set in a stunning and peaceful location on a working arable and dairy farm next to the River Rother. Park Farm accommodates tents, caravans and campervans, has full toilet facilities and a children's play area The site covers eighteen acres of old river meadow surrounded by conservation grassland and arable fields, with many small natural ponds and woodlands characteristic of the High Weald.
Locally sourced food is always available from The Farm Café. As an alternative to cooking round the campfire, The Castle Inn at Bodiam serves excellent lunches and dinners (and cooked breakfasts at the weekend) and is a fifteen minute walk along the river bank. A stroll in the opposite direction takes you through orchards to the equally impressive Salehurst Halt. Nearby Hawkhurst has a good election of shops - the local butchers, Woods and Son, features beef from Park Farm's cows. Bodiam Castle offers a range of activities for both adults and children. The Pedal Car Museum at Northiam is a short ferry ride away. The Kent and East Sussex Railway runs regular steam trains from Bodiam to Tenterden.
Set in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the farm has a rich hop picking heritage. The friendly owners manage the farm to encourage flora and fauna and enjoy giving visitors an insight into farm life, as well as tips on the best picnic spots.
Park Farm Campsite in Kent near Bodiam is signed up to Our Land, a website that promotes businesses based in protected landscapes who have pledged to care for their local landscape and promote what is special about it.
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