Had a great 10 day stay here, we camped in quieter overflow camping field where we had plenty of room , great view of sea but it was very windy and on a couple of nights it was extremely gusty (approx 40 mph gusts) which was a little hairy and made us perhaps wish we had camped in one of the other, slightly more sheltered fields. Luckily we hadn't camped right at the top of the cliff edge. Windbreak blew down but thankfully no tent damage, although some of our neighbours didn't fair so well.
Camp shop sells longer length tent pegs which they recommend in order to camp of this exposed site. Staff are all very helpful and advise people to check weather forecast every day (which they print out and put in shop window).
Camp shop is surprisingly good value for money, the guys in the shop are great, really friendly and helpful.
Facilities are pretty good for a campsite, laundry machines, dryers, iron, ironing board (all of which pay surcharge for - £2 for wash, 20p in iron for maybe 5 mins (didn't really time it), dryer takes £1 coins), dishwashing area with lots of hot water, showers are free - cleanliness is ok - staff clean lots in the busy time of the morning, they would be even better with a refurb, having to keep pressing button every few seconds to keep water flowing is a bit annoying & cubicles are quite small if i'm being picky but they are perfectly functional and nicer than you get on a lot of sites
There is a playground for smaller kids which looks really fun, small farmyard to look at with rabbits, goats, chickens, pigs etc which is nice to look around.
Camping fields are flat (top of overflow field and top of one next to it are slightly sloping) in the main and ideal for pitching
Road through campsite to beach is steep in one section so maybe not suitable for someone with mobility problems but otherwise ok everyone else. If you had young children you need to be aware that much of the campsite is right on the edge on the cliff and unfenced (overflow field has a barbed wire fence to separate it from coastal path)
There is a footpath, with styles, starting on opposite side of road from campsite to walk to local village of Brighstone as road doesn't have a pavement.
Had a great holiday here, campsite was everything and more that we expected, lovely to be so near to the sea, would return here if I visited IOW again though we did think the nightly rate was a little bit expensive (paid £28 per night for a normal family size tent, 2 adults, 2 kids and a dog). Would recommend
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