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Location map showing New Forest Campsites, Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks

Click the red 'hotspots' on the map below to see details of the corresponding
campsite, caravan site or caravan park, or use the 'Site details...' link that
follows to view campsite, caravan site and caravan park listings.

New Forest Campsites, Caravan sites and Caravan Parks Sandy Balls Holiday Village Toms Field Camping Red Shoot Camping Park Acres Down Farm Campsite Pondhead Farm Hurst View Caravan Park Longbeech Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Ocknell Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Ashurst Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Matley Wood Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Denny Wood Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Aldridge Hill Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Black Knowl Caravan Club Site (Members only) Hollands Wood Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Setthorns Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Holmsley Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Roundhill Campsite (Camping in the Forest) Bransgore Caravan Club Centenary Site (Members only)
New Forest Campsites, Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks
(The map contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right)

Individual New Forest Campsites, Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks are marked
on the map. Check them out using the 'Site details...' link that follows.

New Forest Campsites, Caravan sites and Caravan Parks
New Forest Campsites, Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks
(The map contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right)

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** New Forest ponies and other animals**
The New Forest
Commoners' ponies, cattle, pigs, sheep and donkeys are a popular part of the New Forest scene, but during 2019 agisters attended 159 road traffic accidents involving these animals, a small but disappointing increase on the 154 accidents attended in 2018.

Sadly, 58 animals were killed - 35 ponies, 13 cows, 8 donkeys and 2 sheep, whilst a further 32 were injured - 3 pigs, 9 donkeys, 11 cows and 9 ponies.

(Forty-three accidents occurred in daylight, 15 at twilight and 101 in the dark. Twenty-seven accidents were not reported by the driver involved).
** Always take care when driving **
Content produced by Andrew Walmsley
Content produced by Andrew Walmsley