Ditchling Camp Location

On the corner of Lodge Lane and Underhill Lanes,

Near Ditchling, East Sussex

(approximate) BN6 8XP

Be warned! These are country post codes, so not pin-point accurate

We are on the corner of Lodge Lane and Underhill Lanes

The camp can be approached from three directions, but the easiest is by turning in to Underhill Lane from Beacon Road (the road that leads up and over the top of the Downs of “London to Brighton” bicycle fame), which is just outside Ditchling. You then take a right into Underhill Lane and take the first right (3/4m) into Lodge Lane. The campsite is the first gate on the left.

If you get lost, please do not knock on anyone’s door…. Ring us!

There will be local signs to help you find your way.

From M23

From the M23, come off at Pyecombe and follow the signs to Burgess Hill. Take the second turning to your right, (onto “New Road”signposted Ditchling. After 1 mile (and opposite the turning to Hassocks) turn right into Lodge Lane. As you approach the T junction at the end, youi will see the campsite on your right.

From Ditchling

At the roundabout in Ditchling (by The Bull Pub) go south (towards the Downs) and then take the first left (300 yds) into Beacon Road. Then take the first right (1/2m) into Underhill Lane (with The Downs on your left shoulder!), take first right (3/4m) into Lodge Lane, the campsite is the first gate on your left.

Bits & Bobs
Opening Times

The gates of the campsite open at 9am and close at 9pm. Late arrivals are possible, but visitors must ring to let us know


There is a camp fire on every pitch. Wood and kindling are available on site and we ask that people buy their wood through us. Bags of logs and large bags of kindling are £6 each.


We do not allow playing music on any of our sites. We are very happy with banter around the fire, but we will not tolerate shouting, screaming or gratuitous noise. If that happens, or if anyone’s behaviour affects the enjoyment of others,  then we will not hesitate to ask any person or group to leave…no matter how many times they may have stayed! (it hasn’t happened yet, and we would like to keep it that way….)