We are located in the Weald of Kent, a short distance from Bedgebury Pinetum, Bewl Water and the pretty village of Goudhurst. We’d like you to join us at Bedgebury Camping this summer and share the tranquility of the Weald of Kent in this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Unwind around the Campfire
Choose your own pitch, light your campfire, and immerse yourself in the reassuring crackle and hiss of burning wood, and let the glowing embers and starry night light up your stay.
Only open for a few select days during the summer, we offer plenty of open space, woodlands and a small stream on a pretty Kentish farm. The camping ground covers over 70 acres of grass and woodland camping, so it never feels overly crowded. Friends and families can camp in groups and are free to pitch where they please within the allocated fields. Come and join us and start to create the happy memories in the country with family and friends. (check opening times)
Camping activities and entertainment
During specific weekends children and adults can learn a number of bushcraft skills from lighting fires without matches to identifying edible foraged foods. Visit our Bushcraft pages to find out more.
On Saturday evenings during August there is also the possibility of live acoustic entertainment, with hot food and drink available for those looking to take a break from the campfire (please see details on the site or e-mail us for further details).
Local attractions and activities
With the best mountain biking tracks in Kent, Bedgebury Pinetum is only a short distance away from the campsite, and offers both single and family mountain biking trails. If you would prefer something more leisurely Bewl Water is just up the road, and offers not only a scenic mountain bike journey but also sailing, fishing and an adventure playground.
Fancy a leisurely stroll? With the Millennium footpath situated alongside the campground, you can walk up to the historic village of Goudhurst and enjoy the panoramic views from the top of the church, stop in at the local pub for a drink and pop into the local shops for fresh local produce for the campfire.