Green Pastures Caravan Park
Campsite & Caravan Site: 6231 Hampshire


Enjoy England:   3 star
AA:   3 star
Campsite's own web site
A warm welcome awaits you from Jane and Tony on your arrival at their family-run farm and touring caravan/campsite. The friendly atmosphere ensures that people can relax and unwind.
All types of touring units are catered for, with electric hook-ups available for most pitches.
Cleanliness is a top priority, especially in our toilet/shower block. Free hot showers are available. We have a toilet/shower room with wheelchair access for those with disabilities.

There is plenty of space for children to play safely in full view of caravans/tents. This is one of the reasons why many families return year after year. It's great to see the youngsters enjoying themselves. Parents have the option of joining in, or just relaxing over a coffee or glass of wine, whilst keeping an eye on their children at the same time.

Young children can ride their bikes on the grass. Many have learnt to go without stabilisers whilst on holiday here. (some of the parents also learnt here as children!) Friendships are formed, with families meeting up each year.

We have washing-up facilities, along with a washing machine and dryer. A pay phone and small shop, for milk and other basics.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome. There is a dog walk and a nearby common for exercise. Our daytime kennels enable dog-owners to enjoy a day out at the beach for example, with the knowledge that their dog is safe.

Our local pub, The Compass Inn, welcomes both children and dogs, and serves good food. It is only a 20 minute walk across the common.

Green Pastures is very well situated with access to main routes for days out, such as to Salisbury, Winchester, Southampton, Portsmouth, Romsey or Bournemouth, all less than an hour's drive away. There are many tourist attractions in the area, including Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Beaulieu Motor Museum, as well as the chance to explore the vast New Forest, with its wide range of landscape and wildlife. The famous New Forest ponies can be seen all over the forest, often wandering through the villages. The theme park, Paultons, is only a mile away, and is a full day's outing for most of our campers.

For those who love shopping, the new West Quay development in Southampton is not to be missed. Romsey is a lovely old market town, full of interesting little shops and boutiques and the magnificent Norman Abbey.

Fishing, swimming-pools and golf are available nearby.
Pitches are allocated at busy times, so friends can be together. Please let us know your preferences, and we will do our utmost to oblige.

  • Open space for children to play.
  • Day kennelling.

Area:   4 acres
Pitches:   45
Hardstandings:   2
Statics:   --
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: shop, chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities

Pets are welcome.

By Car:
leave M27 j2 and follow signs for Salisbury for 1/2 mile. Green Pastures brown signs can then be picked up at the roundabout.
Also signposted from A36 and A3090 at Ower.
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Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn.

Caravans, Motorhomes and Average sized tents
Including 2 people
£15.00 per Night*
2 man Hiking Tents
Including up to 2 people
£12.00 per Night*
Large Tent
Any tent which has any one dimension including guy ropes over 7 metres.
Including 2 people.
£20.00 per Night*


Extra Adults £3.00 per Night
Children under 5 Free
Children 5-15 years inclusively £2.00 per Night
Dogs Free
Gazebo £3.00 per Night
Extra Car £2.00 per Night
Electric Hook Up £3.00 per Night
These charges remain the same all year

March 15th to October 31st.

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