Adult, Family and Group Camping

Bring your own kit and camp in the vast open space of Night Pastures

About your pitch

Camp in our peaceful and beautiful field in the South Downs National Park. With strictly controlled numbers, there is plenty of space within our 3 camping areas, one specifically for families, one exclusively for adults or a whole camp to yourself! There is access to fresh water, camp kitchen, undercover dining area, hand made compost loos and hot showers. A truly old fashioned camping experience

What’s included

Wide open space

Communal Stone Firepit

Hot Shower

Cooking Facilities

Composting Loo

Sheltered Dining Area

Hot Showers and Compost Loos

Fully-equipped field kitchen with gas cooker, barbecue, washstand and fresh water tap, plus table and chairs – the perfect setting for memorable alfresco meals and moonlit dinners.

Badger Camp

Badger Camp is a secluded Camp available for both adult camping and 2 night exclusive use group bookings. With its own access, kitchen, covered dining area, fire pit and bathrooms, Badger offers the ultimate in exclusivity and seclusion. For details, please contact us.

Frequent Questions

Common questions people ask before camping at Night Pastures. 

The space

It is very private and you are surrounded by farmland and woodland. There is plenty of opportunity for enjoying the West Sussex countryside on foot or by bike. One end of the field (nearest the car parking area) has 4 yurts and a slightly larger yurt, but these are well away from the free range camping area and will not intrude on your camping experience.

Is there an open fire?

Yes. Yes. There are communal stone fire pits. Each glamping unit has its own fire bowl and campers are able to rent individual fire kits. Campers are welcome to bring their own fire bowls provided they are raised over 12″ from the ground.

Can i bring my own wood?

Yes. Logs can be provided at the cost of £10 per bag or you can bring your own wood. Foraging for wood in our ancient woodland is strictly forbidden

Can we have a BBQ?

Yes. All yurts have their own charcoal BBQs and we have a gas BBQ which is available for campers to use for a small charge

What's the minimum stay?

All glamping bookings must be for a minimum of two nights or 3 over a bank holiday. Family camping has a 2 night minimum during peak season and school holidays and 3 nights over a bank holiday. There is no minimum stay for adult campers.

What's your cancellation policy?

Under our cancellation policy we offer:

  • A full refund if written or emailed cancellation is received by us no later than 6 weeks before your holiday is due to start
  • A 50% refund if written or emailed cancellation is received by us between 6 and 4 weeks prior to your holiday start date and
  • No refund if written or emailed cancellation is received by us later than 4 weeks before the holiday start date unless we are able to re-let the accommodation, in which case an administration charge of 20% (of the total cost of your holiday booking) will apply.
Can I Check-In early?

Our check-in times are staggered to prevent a backlog in the drop-off zone but yes, sometimes early check-in is possible for our glamping guests who can check-in at 2pm 1for an additional £20. There is no early check-in available for campers.

Do you have Baby equipment?

Yes! We have travel cots, a high chair, bumbo seat, baby bath, potty and toddler loo seat available for guests to use free of charge but supply is limited so please let us know when you book.

Getting around

Onsite parking is available to all guests and there are taxis at the Haslemere train station (48 mins from Waterloo) for guests arriving by train. It is possible to walk from Liphook station, cross country (4 miles). We are situated just 4 miles from the King Alfreds Way and have lots of wonderful local walks.

What amenities are there?

The outside covered kitchen includes a gas cooking stove and sink with running water. Washing up sponges, tea towels, and eco-friendly washing liquid are also provided.

How do we store our food?

Cool boxes and fresh ice packs can be hired daily at a cost of £5 (Not available 2020 planned for 2021) 

The country code

Night Pastures Camping is on a working family farm so please respect the Country Code at all times. There is also a large pond near the camping that you would need to be aware of if travelling with small children. If you’re arriving by train, it’s advisable to get your shopping done in advance, as nearest shop to the farm is 10 minutes drive. There is no Wifi or electricity on site. Each family pitch sleeps up to 6 guests (some of whom must be children) in a single tent. Additional guests and tents by prior arrangement only.

Do you accept pets?

Regrettably the answer is No.

As a working farm with livestock such as sheep, horses, and game birds we are unable to accept dogs, cats or any other domestic pet. Although we appreciate it would be a perfect place to bring a beloved pet, the risk for cross animal infection or disruption of wildlife is too great.

What are your arrival and departure times?

Camping is a self-service check-in. On arrival simply follow the signs to the camping area and pitch your tent wherever you like, remembering there is plenty of space so you dont need to be too near your neighbour! We have mown areas for your ease.

Our booking times run as follows:

Badger Camp – Check-in at 3pm, Check-out at 11am

Adult Camping – Check-in at 3pm, Check-out at 11am

During peak times we have back-to-back bookings so we ask you to kindly vacate your pitch by the agreed time so as to give us a chance to make it lovely again for the next guest.

What time can i party to?
Night Pastures is a very quiet and tranquil site where people come to enjoy the restorative benefits of nature and the valley we are in resonates noise for miles around, we therefore have a strict 10pm curfew and ask that all noise is kept to a minimum after this time. Amplified music is strictly prohibited. Any guest or group causing a disturbance to other guests will be asked to leave the site immediately.

Chichester District Council require us to register for a special event license for any event which will go on past midnight and failure to do so results in an immediate fine for breaching noise pollution statutes and bylaws.

Is there parking?

Parking is available in the field adjacent to Night Pastures and access to the pitches is via a short walk across the field. You can unload your car from the drop off zone by the gate where you will find wheelbarrows to help you move your luggage. Once unloaded, we ask that you move your car back to the main parking area to the right past the garages.

Please note that in order to preserve Night Pastures unique environment and meadow habitat, parking on your pitch is strictly prohibited. Baggage transfers by ATV can be pre-booked in advance. Please contact

Happy Campers


Incredible, the pace is HUGE it was so quiet but there was so much space that my three kids could run around on the far side of the field and not trouble a soul. 

- Rakib Hasan


Lower Lodge Farm, Fernhurst, GU27 3NH

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