Northdown Farm

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Northdown Farm

Northdown Farm is an area of land running from Osmington Hill down to what is known locally as ‘Paradise Valley’. The valley is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is well served by footpaths and bridleways.

We open our farm for tent camping for a total of just 4 weeks in the year. We open first for the Whitsun half-term holiday, and then again in July.
Accessed by a track down from the main road the campsite is quiet, secluded and safe for children. The farm runs up to East Hill (the North Down), from where there are amazing panoramic views over Dorset.

The site is run along very similar lines to its sister site, Eweleaze Farm. Like at Eweleaze, guests are able to choose their own pitch, so friends and families can camp in groups as they please and parking by your tent is allowed on most of the fields. There is loads of room for kids to run around, fly kites, play ball games and the like.

Campfires are allowed, adding to the atmosphere, and firewood is available from the farm shop.

Planning your visit
What can pitch at the campsite?
Campsite Facilities
Campfires Allowed
Camping & Touring Pitches
Grass Grass with Electric Hardstanding with Electric Fully Serviced
Other Accommodation Available
Dogs Welcome
Shower Details

There are free hot showers at several locations around the site

Campfire Details

Campfires are allowed and firewood is available from the farm shop.


Opening Dates:
Spring – 24th May to 1st June
Summer – 23rd July to 10th August

£5/night Sunday to Thursday nights, and
£10/night for Friday and Saturday nights

Children, 3-14 inclusive:
£2.50/night Sunday to Thursday nights, and
£5/night for Friday and Saturday nights

Flat fee of £10 for each vehicle brought onto site for the stay (note we do not allow camper vans)

No charge for: Infants under 3, pets, extra tents, gazebos etc etc

How to get here

Here’s where you can find Northdown Farm.


From the West (Weymouth)
proceed through Preston and up the hill.
Soon after the sign, the entrance to Northdown Farm will be seen on the left-hand side.

From the East (A35) take the B3390 and A353 to Osmington. Drive through the village and out the other side past the sign.
Go down the hill for 800m, and the entrance to Northdown Farm will be seen on the right-hand side.

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