Camping in the heart of the Sussex countryside
Boathouse Farm has been a traditional livestock and arable organic family farm for over 40 years.
We started to offer camping in 2008 and word quickly spread that camping on our farm is the best kept secret in Sussex.
Pitch your tent on our beautiful fields next to the tranquil River Ouse where a short walk away is the Anchor Pub. There you can eat a wide range of delicious food and hire a rowing boat on a gorgeous summer day. Other attractions include the Isfield Farm Shop, the historic Lavender Line, and the Isfield village pub The Laughing Fish. The farm is surrounded by many peaceful and beautiful country trails and the stunning South Downs
Kids will have a great time, this is the perfect place for them and you can have fun fishing in our river!
We realise that camping wouldn’t be the same without a campfire, so why not bring your own or hire one of our fire pits and snuggle up with a blanket or even toast some marshmallows.
We provide flushing loos, hot showers and washing up facilities. You can also order Breakfast and BBQ packs supplied by the Isfield Farm shop for collection from camping reception.
The major unique point of Boathouse Farm is the space – space for children of all ages to run around and space so you don’t find yourself camping on top of your neighbour. Your stay with us will be a real camping experience in the countryside; you will be able to experience nature at its best.
On this page you will find a selection of links and information about local attractions in East Sussex and the surrounding area to keep you busy and entertained during your stay at Boathouse Farm Camping.
Locally sourced fresh food and veg, with butchers and delicatessen.
Victorian station and signal box, with 2 mile steam train rides through the East Sussex countryside.
Traditional village pub with great food and drink and childrens' play area.
Beautiful riverside location with food, drink and boat hire.
Local wild swimming and canoeing location with several footpaths for hiking.
Market town with shops, boutiques, anitques centres, a farmers' market, restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Local market town with numerous shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants
Visit the home of Henry VIII's fourth wife.
1000 year old Norman Castle with panoramic views over East Sussex.
World famous opera house set in beautiful gardens.
Vibrant, colourful and creative seaside resort.
Some of the finest countryside walks in the south of England.
If you require any further answers to your questions please contact us via our email or our facebook page.
Leave Lewes heading north on the A26 for approximately 4 miles. About 1 mile after passing Clayhill Service Station on your left, take the left turn onto Isfield Road, just after the Old Ship Inn, signposted "Isfield" and "Lavendar Line". Boathouse Farm Camping is on your left hand side around half a mile along Isfield Road, just before you reach the village of Isfield.
Leave Uckfield heading south on the A22. Turn right onto the A26 at the A22/A26 roundabout. After just over a mile turn right onto Horsted Lane - signposted "Lavendar Line". Follow Horsted Lane past the village of Isfield. Boathouse Farm Camping is on the right hand side just after the village.
The 29, 29B and 29X Brighton and Hove Bus service from Brighton and Tunbridge Wells all stop at Isfield, a short walk from Boathouse Farm Camping.
Southern Rail services to Lewes from Brighton or London, or to Uckfield from London are the closest stations. You can then use the bus service above for the last part of your journey.
Taxis are available outside of Lewes and Uckfield train stations.
No, we only accept reservations through the online booking system found on our website. Please click here to make a booking.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept under control and must remain on a lead if they are around livestock. You must also ensure that your dogs' mess is cleaned up.
Unfortunately we are unable to welcome campervans or caravans at this time.
As we are a working farm, parking is only permitted in the designated areas in order to protect the ground and livestock.
Yes. Please see the instructions on our booking page to reserve multiple pitches in one booking.
Unfortunately due to the peaceful nature of our site we are unable to accept bookings from hen or stag parties.
No, but you can hire out whole fields. Please contact us to request a price.
Please see the booking page for more information.
We welcome new arrivals from 3pm-7pm.
We allow unplugged or acoustic music, but out of respect to other campers we do not allow amplified music. All music must stop by 11pm.
We will refund 75% and hold your deposit for this 2020 season and 2021 season.
We ask all campers to leave by 11.00am.
Please refer to our booking page for quotations.