Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

A Short Review Of Some Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

A beautiful destination for a camping holiday, the Isle of Wight has a wide variety of camping parks, award winning glamping locations and caravan parks. Here is just a small sample of the top Isle of Wight camping parks to get you started.

If you have any favourites of your own to add, do feel free to mention them in the comments section at the end of this article.

1) Lower Hyde Holiday Park

Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

Safari tents at Lower Hyde’s glamping village are just one of many accommodation options to choose from.
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Lower Hyde Holiday Park is just 10 minutes walk from the sandy beaches of Shanklin and close enough to the town itself to have local shops either side of the road just outside the site entrance.

There is a heated outside swimming pool, a sports court, a playground, and a recently refurbished amusements arcade. Access to the all-weather indoor swimming pool at neighbouring Landguard Holiday Park is another option, especially on a rainy day.

Accommodation choices include safari tents concentrated in their own glamping village area, holiday lodges, bungalows and differing grades of static caravan holiday homes.

Everything from tents and trailer tents to touring caravans, motorhomes and campervans are welcome at Lower Hyde, with a choice of non-electric and electric pitch types, complete with on park facilities.

Lower Hyde is Parkdean Resorts largest holiday park on the Isle of Wight and has a full entertainment programme for you to enjoy your evening. The close proximity to Shanklin itself is an easy alternative if you also like to get away from the holiday park as well.

2) Tom’s Eco Lodge

Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

Tom’s Eco Lodge offers award winning glamping accommodation at Tapnell Farm, a short drive from Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight.

Tom’s Eco Lodge, just a short drive outside Yarmouth at the western end of the Isle of Wight, offers boutique glamping accommodation in the form of safari tents, wood cabins, modulogs, farm cottages and eco pods.

Generously decked out with comfy sofas, a rustic kitchen, log burning range cooker, a dining table and chairs, the safari tents also have comfortable bedrooms to offer a peaceful night’s rest, as well as your own private shower and toilet to add home comfort and privacy.

All tents have their own BBQ, free WiFi, electricity for lighting, and plug sockets to charge your phone. There are also optional extras such as a hot tub with some of the lodges and plenty happening on the farm itself.

To get a flavour of what other holidaymakers thought of their stay at Tom’s Eco Lodge, please see

3) Cheverton Copse Holiday Park

Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

Cheverton Copse Holiday Park is located between the sandy beaches of Sandown & Shanklin.

Cheverton Copse Holiday Park has a range of differing static holiday caravan categories for holidaymakers to choose from,

There are three children’s play areas, a games field which includes a football pitch and basketball loops and plenty of space to enjoy a picnic in it’s scenic location between Shanklin and Sandown.

There is a club house with a sun terrace and games room. Evening entertainment is also on offer during the peak holiday periods. Wifi is available for which a fee is levied.

To find out more about Cheverton Copse, including any special offers currently available, please see

4) Landguard Holiday Park

Top Isle Of Wight Camping Parks

Landguard Holiday Park Swimming Pool is set in woodland close to Shanklin beach.
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Landguard Holiday Park is on the Isle of Wight’s eastern shore, not much more than a pebble’s throw from Shanklin and it’s popular golden sandy beaches. Facilities here include an indoor and an outdoor pool, a playground, a restaurant and an entertainment programme in Jesters Family Club during peak holiday periods. There is also a small grocery shop on the site.

As well as holiday accommodation in the form of static caravans, there is also space for touring caravans, including space for awnings to be used and camping pitches. The minimum stay duration for camping and touring is two nights.

The facilities at larger Lower Hyde, next door to Landguard Holiday Park, are also available to holidaymakers staying at Landguard.

5) The Orchards Holiday Caravan And Camping Park

The Orchards Holiday Park

The Orchards Holiday Park is a highly regarded camping park near Yarmouth, Isle Of Wight.

The Orchards Holiday Park at Newbridge near Yarmouth at the western end of the Isle Of Wight regularly features highly in holidaymakers’ reviews. On top of this, it is the holder of a coveted AA Gold Pennant, the most prestigious award given out by the AA to its highest rated parks.

It has also been voted the best family park in Britain for touring guests in an annual poll run by top-selling magazines Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome.

There is an indoor and an outdoor pool, a takeaway food bar, a grocery shop, pool tables, a recreation area and a coffee shop located in a garden conservatory. Wifi is also available for a small charge.

There are facilities for both touring and camping as well as pre-erected holiday caravans. If booking don’t forget to ask about discounts on Red Funnel and WightLink ferry crossings.

For more reviews and booking details please refer to TripAdvisor UK

Tips For Isle of Wight Camping: Whenever possible enquire when you book whether a ferry ticket can be included with your booking as many of the campsite operators have the facility to obtain discounted ferry tickets for their customers. Sometimes even a free ticket might be available!




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