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lozzy
17-07-2009, 01:45 PM
As I have just said on another thread I am hoping to take the kids camping, I would love to know if anyone has stayed and the Sandy Balls camp site. Sandy Balls Holiday Centre | New Forest (http://www.sandy-balls.co.uk/index.asp)
I have just done an online price check and it is saying 44.00 for 3 adults and the 2 kids. My brother will be coming to with us so it will be a 4 person tent and his.

lisaw
17-07-2009, 01:58 PM
I haven't stayed there but I know people that have, it's supposed to be lovely, it does get booked up though. :yes:

lozzy
17-07-2009, 02:07 PM
I've had a look at it seems to be if you have a mobile home as well as a tent.?????

mumof2
17-07-2009, 02:20 PM
I haven't stayed there but I know people that have, it's supposed to be lovely........

same here!

Dawn
17-07-2009, 02:36 PM
Adrian stayed there a few times when he was younger and said it's good there.

lozzy
17-07-2009, 02:38 PM
Right I'm now stuck, it seems to be for people with motor homes not just a tent or two. :thumbsdown:

mumof2
17-07-2009, 02:51 PM
Sandy Balls Holiday Centre | New Forest (http://www.sandy-balls.co.uk/html/touring-and-camping.asp)

if this is the place you're looking at you can take your tents :thumbsup:

ukwdwnut
17-07-2009, 04:24 PM
if you like it and then venture out to devon this site is real good for kids as it has a theme park bolted on to the campsite free to camper

Woodlands Devon (http://www.devon-online.com/woodlands/)

been there in 2005 with dizzy, lisaw, brit and claire had a right laugh :D

lozzy
17-07-2009, 10:03 PM
if you like it and then venture out to devon this site is real good for kids as it has a theme park bolted on to the campsite free to camper

Woodlands Devon (http://www.devon-online.com/woodlands/)

been there in 2005 with dizzy, lisaw, brit and claire had a right laugh :D

That places looks great. might have to try that.

lozzy
17-07-2009, 10:04 PM
Sandy Balls Holiday Centre | New Forest (http://www.sandy-balls.co.uk/html/touring-and-camping.asp)

if this is the place you're looking at you can take your tents :thumbsup:

I'll have to give it another read as I must have been reading it wrong, I thought it was going on about a motor home with a tent.

lozzy
17-07-2009, 10:17 PM
The thing putting me of this is it says you get a gravel or concrete pitch. I want grass, but will it really make any difference?

ukwdwnut
18-07-2009, 10:22 AM
if you like it and then venture out to devon this site is real good for kids as it has a theme park bolted on to the campsite free to camper

Woodlands Devon (http://www.devon-online.com/woodlands/)

been there in 2005 with dizzy, lisaw, brit and claire had a right laugh :D

you will its a real nice site too loads of grass id do it all the time i liked it that much :D

sandy balls does get booked very quick and isnt cheap either if i remember rightly