Oldbury Hill Campsite is nestled in the Oldbury Hill woods. This is a small grass-only campsite. Pitches are on a slope.
We stayed at Oldbury Hill in Kent for a few nights during our Caravan Treasure Challenge for the Camping and Caravanning Club.
The campsite is surrounded by woodland, and to access it, you drive down a narrow wooded lane. It's at times like this, when towing a caravan, that you are glad of the Club's check-in and check-out times, as you are unlikely to meet another car towing a caravan coming the other way.
The campsite has grass pitches and is sloping, so depending on where you pitch, some chocks could be advisable if you have a caravan or motorhome.
The facilities are nestled under the trees in the woods.
Unlike some other Club sites, there aren't many facilities, such as showers, and could do with a bit of an update. However, they are all very serviceable.
A big attraction for our kids was the rope swing they found in the woods!
Shower DetailsShowers are provided free, though the number of showers is limited at this small campsite.
Electric Hook-upsThere are many pitches with electric hook-ups.
Facilities DetailsInternet access is provided by the Club Wifi - though this may not be great.
Accessibility InfoClick this link to view their Accessibility Details
Oldbury Hill campsite is open from the end of March until the start of November.
Check In/Out Details
Check-in Time: 13:00|18:00|0|
Check-out By: 12:00|12:00|0|
On The Map
Please read the directions to this site on the Camping and Caravanning Club's website as your Sat Nav may send you down the wrong road.
AddressOldbury Hill Campsite
Oldbury Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Styants Bottom, Seal, Sevenoaks