Littlehampton Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

A Caravan and Motorhome Club Site in West Sussex.

The site is situated on the edge of Littlehampton, a lovely little seaside town with Arundel just a short drive away. Bognor Regis,Worthing and Brighton just a little further away by car. There is a pub at the edge of the site which offers food, on this occasion we didn’t manage to try their cuisine.

The site is quite small with 106 mixed hard standing and grass pitches, serviced pitches are available for an additional cost. Pitches are fairly level and set out in small rows with mature hedging between the rows. Although the site is quite close to private properties and roads it is remarkably quiet. 

Reception’s exterior is bursting with flowers and their heady fragrance welcomes you inside where they have a small shop selling basic groceries and caravanning items, sweets and ice lollies.

Just outside the reception area is a well planted herb garden which is there for all to use, in late June and the crops were abundant. A well stocked information office with leaflets for day trips, walks and cycle routes out can be found at the entrance to the site.

There is a centrally located, fenced off play area for the younger campers amongst us. The toilet block is also centrally located adjacent to the play area. Large, warm and very clean, with toilets, showers,  privacy cubicles and hair dryers. There is an onsite laundry with a charge of £4 for a single use of a washing machine. The blocks houses an indoor dishwashing area and a baby and toddler room which is available upon request and by all accounts is greatly appreciated by our younger campers and their parents. 

Our furry friends are welcomed on site with a bowl of fresh water outside reception and a designated dog walk set on one side of the site.

The site has good mobile telephone coverage with a strong 4G signal on O2. Club wifi is also available on this site. The information office has A4 sheets explaining step by step how to purchase the club wifi that the wardens have kindly put together.

We paid £43 for two adults for two nights in late June.

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