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Camping on Brownsea Island

This unique campsite is nestled on the south side of Brownsea Island overlooking the rolling Purbeck hills and is easily accessed by using a variety of pathways across the island. Your efforts will be rewarded by breathtaking views and a possible red squirrel sighting. You will find showers, toilets and drinking water but no food shopping facilities are available. 

Adults ............................................£12.50
Children...........................................£7.00
Family (2+3) ..................................£32.00
Family (1+3)...................................£19.50

Brownsea Ferry

Trip Prices​

LINKS:

Below are some useful links. If you would like yours added, please get in touch!

 

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/brownsea-island

www.pooletourism.com

PARKING:

• Quay Visitors - multi-storey,

   550 spaces, 6 for disabled use

 

• Prosperous Street - 10 spaces, 1 for disabled 

• New Orchard - 19 spaces, 1 for disabled 

• Harbourside Park 1 - 205 spaces, 4 for disabled

• Harbourside Park 2 - 199 spaces, 4 for disabled

  Quay Thistle Hotel 01202 666800

  (Suitable for Coaches & Mini Buses)

Group Prices​ (15+)

Adults .............................................£11.00
Children (6-16)...............................£6.00

There are two main camping offers: Adventure camping for the experienced camper and people who love nature and the great outdoors or Group camping which is primarily aimed at groups 15 persons and over such as scouts, guides, special interest, corporate groups and schools.

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This wildlife haven with its lagoons, lakes and reed beds offers sanctuary to a vast number of birds while the woodlands are home to red squirrels and Sika deer. Staying on the island offers the chance to enjoy the setting at either end of the day when the majority of visitors have departed.

The  Brownies Experience

Castervaria 2013 'Guides Go Green'

 

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NEW CHANGES TO CAMPERS CROSSING TO BROWNSEA ISLAND ARE IN FORCE FROM 2008. 

The following changes have been placed upon us as ferry operators by the MCA who grant our licences to carry passengers aboard them. 

Please read carefully. These Changes Have Been Made By The Marine Coastguard Agency, And Are Non-Negosiable; They Can Also Be Subject To Change Without Prior Notice. 

Only 2 small personal rucksacks (35 litres or less) are allowed to be carried by each passenger, which can travel FREE of CHARGE on ferries. These will be placed either on your lap or (if possible) under your seat or down beside your legs. 

*Large rucksacks or tents, holdalls & large black bags are charged at £5.00 each. Exclurions £5.00 each (to and from the island) 

FOOD BOXES travel FREE on ferries. 

Please remember that large items such as suitcases or holdalls can be taken on ferries but are limited per ferry, and per group, they will be placed in a holding area. 

FOOD BOXES can be carried over but will be placed in a holding area also within the ferry. 

Please Be Aware That All Equipment/Bags Carried On Ferries Are To Be Loaded/Unloaded By Your Group Members, Crews Are Their To Supervise & Ensure Safety Only.  NOTE: If you require any further clarification on the above then please do not hesitate to call 01202 631828. 

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