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Willow Brook is family campsite, open only for the Summer school holidays

Located at Ninham Farm, the site offers approximately 65 level grass pitches, most with electric hook-ups, with mature hedging, surrounded with mature woodland and farmland, with distant views towards the Shanklin Downs.

Willowbrook is ungraded but expect, low density allocated pitches. The wash facilities offer free hot showers. There is a small washing -up area and commercial washing machine & dryer.

There is excellent access straight onto the miles of footpaths and bridleways, that explore the rolling countryside of the island,

Safe, sandy beaches are short cycle away ( 15-20 minutes ) or drive ( 10 minutes ) There is a choice of supermarket are just a 5 minute drive or cycle. 

Camping at Ninham Farm

Willow Brook is a camping site located at Ninham Farm, which also hosts a larger camping park called ‘Ninham Country Holidays’  – They share the same entrance, private drive and reception, but please be aware that both sites operate independently of each other, and the facilities on each, are for the exclusive use of guests booked onto that site only.

We are aware that there are some historic reviews on the internet which may reflect how the campsite operated previously, but to clarify, the facilities detailed on this website, are the facilities on offer.

 Ninham Farm

Ninham Farm is a family run business,  set in approx 120 acres, consisting of deciduous woodland, moors, ponds and farm land, some of which was designated as SSSI

Ninham started as a working farm operated by the late H.J. Harvey, who used to allow the local boys brigade to camp , until his son, D.H.Harvey diversified the farm into tourism in the 1970’s as the demise of small scale farming took hold, and slowly developed the camping & touring park alongside the farm business consisting of both livestock & arable farming

Today the main focus for the family business is offering camping holidays,  however the farm still maintains an important & integral role within the business and the stewardship of the whole property

We welcome dog owners but please be aware, we do have rules in place, as we have an extended families of ducks, geese and wildlife that share our home too 🙂 

Environmental considerations

As our home, we place a firm emphasis on being nature friendly, and being a sustainable tourism business.,

We do therefore ask that all guests follow our mantra ‘leave nothing but footprints’  

 

What does this mean ?

  • The correct recycling of rubbish is obligatory
  • We encourage the use of bicycles 
  • We do not permit the use of cars within the property, allowing the freedom for children & adults alike to safely explore the farm, woodland & bridleways beyond