Stubcroft Farm Campsite

Type:Camping & Caravan Site

Stubcroft Lane, East Wittering, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 8PJ

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Stubcroft Farm Campsite is an award winning, traditional, family run site close to some of the South Coast’s best sandy beaches, Chichester Harbour and the South Downs National Park. The campsite is in level paddocks surrounded by arable fields and sheltered by attractive hedges & trees. There is a wealth of wildlife on the farm with over 72 species of birds identified; deer, hedgehogs, foxes, rabbits, rare butterflies and much more. We pride ourselves on a friendly & welcoming atmosphere.

Our highly rated new shower & toilet block has been recently opened with modern showers, toilets, washbasins, family rooms with baby changing facilities, hairdryers, washing up sinks, laundry, and a well-stocked shop & reception area complete with phone & tablet charging lockers. The block has been architect designed to be completely environmentally friendly with solar panels & many other energy saving & environmentally friendly features.

It has also been designed with accessibility in mind recently winning South East Tourism’s prestigious Bronze award for Access & Inclusivity. There are two wheelchair accessible shower rooms (one left handed & one right handed) each with shower, toilet & washbasins and a further wheelchair accessible toilet, all to the latest Doc M standards. The building has disabled parking near the entrance, is fully wheelchair accessible with shallow ramped access with handrails. Door signs have raised letter & Braille panels and even guest safety has been considered with pull cord alarms in each accessible room and both visual & audible fire alarms. Staff are on hand to assist wherever necessary and if you have any particular requirements such as secure chilled medicines storage or anything else please let us know. An Access Statement is available, including audible & large type versions, on request.

We have 35 electric hook-up points as well as traditional tent pitches. The shop serves teas & coffee and stocks a good range of groceries including fresh milk. eggs & bread, local fresh sausages, bacon & barbecue produce, ice creams & cold drinks, logs, charcoal, camping goods & much more.  We hire firepits for that classic evening campfire & even do logs, marshmallows & toasting sticks! The campsite is environmentally friendly and has recently been awarded a prestigious Green Tourism “Silver Award”. Other recent awards include Visit England’s “Beautiful South” Tourism Silver Award for Responsible, Ethical & Sustainable Tourism, a Bronze Award for Best Campsite & a further Bronze Award for Access & Inclusivity.

Stubcroft is uniquely situated in an area known since medieval times as "God's Pocket" for its warm, sunny location and sandy beaches. It is in the lee of the Isle of Wight, which provides a mild, dry local microclimate with one of the highest average sunshine hours on the UK mainland.

Near the campsite are some of the best sandy beaches on the South Coast. Bracklesham Bay is a long curving sandy bay that runs from Selsey Bill in the East to the famous sand dunes at West Wittering that forms the entrance to Chichester Harbour in the West. Bracklesham Bay and East Wittering with their villages, cafes, restaurants & beaches are within walking distance from the campsite. You can explore the quiet lanes of Chichester Harbour, the Salterns Way cycle path, discover West Wittering beaches & sand dunes of East Head, ride along the Canal towpath to Chichester or across the “Itchy Bosom” ferry from Itchenor to the picturesque village of Bosham.

East Wittering & Bracklesham Bay villages are within walking distance and provides a good selection of traditional village shops and places to eat from simple fish & chips to classic French, Spanish & Italian cuisine, all within a few hundred yards of the sandy beaches. There are many great local attractions & days out nearby as well as activities including windsurfing, sailing, cycle & walking routes, the South Downs National Park and the historic cathedral city of Chichester.

Full map & directions available on our website,

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Basic Pitch (inc. 2 adults)from £18.00 to £20.00 per unit per night
Electric Hookup£4.00 per unit per night
Large Pitch (inc. 2 adults & 2 Children)from £27.00 to £35.00 per unit per night
Standard Pitch (inc. 2 adults & 2 Children)from £24.00 to £30.00 per unit per night

*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.



  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
  • Autism Friendly
  • Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the A27 Chichester bypass take the A286 south of Chichester towards the Witterings & Bracklesham. After 3-4 miles there is a long straight road through Birdham village. Fork left onto the B2198 at a mini-roundabout by a Shell garage signposted to East Wittering & Bracklesham Bay. After approx. half a mile there is a S bend. Turn right on the apex of the second bend into a little lane called Tile Barn Lane. Go 200yds, over two speed humps, then turn left before the houses onto a long, gravel farm lane. After approximately half a mile you will find the campsite on the right-hand side, just before the farmhouse and barns. Please check in at reception on arrival.

Full map & directions available on our website,

If arriving by car, you can use SatNav devices to get close but please follow the instructions for the last part. We have three lanes that lead to the campsite but two of these are farm tracks & sometimes satnavs direct you in the wrong way. They are nice to walk to the beaches but unsuitable for vehicles. If your SatNav/GPS device has a "Via" function, you can enter 'PO20 8PJ' via 'Tile Barn Lane' which should bring you to us.

Public Transport Directions

Chichester is the nearest mainline train & coach station. From Chichester catch the 52 bus from the bus station which is located next to the train station. (53 bus also stops but takes longer) There is also a taxi rank outside the station. It is a 10-15-minute bus ride from Chichester to the campsite. The nearest bus stop is at the end of Tile Barn Lane, our signpost is next to the bus stop. From the bus stop it is a 10-minute walk to the campsite. Guests with limited mobility or heavy luggage may telephone reception for a lift but please note that there may be a delay at busy periods. Full map & directions available on our website,                                                                                                                                                                                    

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Friday09:00 - 19:00
Saturday - Sunday09:00 - 21:00

* Opening time is 8.30am during peak season.