Wild Boar Wood Campsite

Editorial Description

Wild Boar Wood campsite is a small eco-friendly site located right at the heart of a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within High Weald, Sussex. It’s in a semi-ancient woodland, which is itself within a broad field offering ‘wild glamping’ within nine fully equipped Bell Tents.

A campsite geared for guests who are looking for some peace and quiet, in a natural setting. Wild Boar Wood glampsite is a small-scale site with a 'low noise' policy at night. The only loud noises campers are likely to hear are the rumbles and whistles of the Bluebell Railway steam trains which pass the border of Wild Boar Wood campsite.

Each Bell Tent comes suitably equipped complete with everything needed for a comfortable but back to nature glamping holiday. A shared clearing within the campsite heart provides guests with an area to get together, cook, tell stories and relax. Other facilities include a covered washing up area, bucket showers made from reclaimed timber and heated by an eco-friendly wood-burning stove.

The focus of Wild Boar Wood campsite is most definitely one of eco-friendly glamping. The site has been created to be as green as possible and created as part of a woodland program with the assistance of an experienced forester. Guests are asked to use the firewood provided, on the basis that fallen dead wood provides a home for many of the smaller woodland creatures, and campers are encouraged to recycle wherever possible.

At the same time, the facilities provided are superb, offering everything needed to ‘wild glamp’ in the beautiful countryside of the High Weald.


Private Features

  • BBQ
  • Camp Fire
  • Picnic Table

Shared Features

  • Camp Fires
  • Open Fires
  • Showers
  • Washing Up
There is a communal fire at the centre of the campsite, with a parachute awning (just in case of rain!).

Eco Features

  • Off-Grid
  • Recycling
  • Sustainability
The campsite is located a few minutes walk away from the car park to make sure that the natural feel of the site is maintained.

Things to See

The site is located in a 35-acre field which is full of wildlife! Not far away is the River Ouse, with walks along the bank of the river. Within a mile or two of the campsite are three great local pubs. Slightly further afield (10 minutes by car) is the Bluebell Railway, a popular steam railway which runs just past the edge of the campsite.

The campsite is located in the heart of the High Weald, an area of outstanding natural beauty and is only 30 minutes by car from Brighton.

Things to Do

  • Hiking

Things to Bring

  • Basic Provisions
  • Bikes
  • Torches
  • Towels


  • Suitable for Families
  • Suitable for Groups
Wild Boar Wood's four-metre bell tents are best suited to couples and families. They are set up with a double bed and two fold-out single beds. An additional child's bed or travel cot (extra cost) can be added on request. The campsite has a low-noise policy with no amplified music at any time and quiet time after 10pm and we have two faraway bell tents for those wanting a bit more seclusion. Whole campsite bookings are available for special occasions.

Seasonal Tariff

GBP FROM £75 Per Night

During peak season, Bell Tents may only be booked for a minimum of 2 nights at the weekends.

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Wild Boar Wood Campsite, Horsted Keynes Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 7EA, England.