A great location

Sunnydale Farm Touring Park is situated in a central location surrounded by a great selection of things to do and visit. The park is also an ideal base for those attending the Southampton Boat Show, Cowes Week, St Marys Stadium, Ageas Bowl or as a stopover to those travelling to the Isle of Wight, Spain or France by Ferry from Southampton or Portsmouth. It is also the closest camp site to the IKEA superstore and West Quay in Southampton. For those using our site and wish to explore the area on foot or cycle, we are only a short distance from the scenic Solent Way Coastal Route.

Southampton

Southampton is Europe’s busiest Cruise Liner port and Gateway to the World. Historic attractions include the City Walls and Old Town. There is the Sea City Maritime Museum with its Titanic Exhibition near the Guildhall and Tudor House Museum in Bugle Street. Also learn about the history of the Spitfire at Solent Sky Hall of Aviation.

The West Quay complex is the South of England’s premier shopping centre, it now has more restaurants and a new cinema which opened in 2016.

For entertainment, there is the Multiplex Cinema, bowling, games room and casino at the Leisure World Complex or take in a show at The Mayflower or Nuffield theatres.

The West Quay complex is the South of England’s premier shopping centre, it now has more restaurants and a new cinema which opened in 2016.

Portsmouth

There are so many things to see or do; visit the dockyard’s historic ships; the Warrior, the Mary Rose and the Victory. Gun Wharf Quay Designer Shopping Outlet Village has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. Climb the amazing Spinnaker Tower with its glass floor and cafe and see the incredible views across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

Fort Nelson is on top of Portsdown hills overlooking Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, it is free entry and well worth a visit with underground tunnels and military museum.

The Portsmouth Park & Ride is only 20mins on the M27 from Sunnydale Farm.

The New Forest

Visit the New Forest National Park where you will see many beautiful villages and towns including Lyndhurst, Lymington, Beaulieu and Bucklers Hard. As you travel around you will catch sight of the famous New Forest Ponies and many other animals that roam freely.

If you don’t want to drive you can catch the Hythe Ferry from Town Quay in Southampton and explore the many cycle routes that criss-cross The New Forest.

Netley Abbey

Situated right on Southampton Water is the pretty village of Netley Abbey, named after it’s Abbey Ruins which has a bakery, chemist, hairdressers, barber, pub and Indian restaurant along with a Fish & Chip shop, Chinese and Indian Takeaways all about a mile from the site.

We are 5 mins from Royal Victoria Country Park with its once famous Victorian Army Hospital (Exhibition in Chapel), tea room, adventure playground and miniature steam railway (open every week-end and daily during school holidays). Visit the historic Netley Abbey ruins – open daily, entrance free.

There is a cycle route from Netley Abbey along Weston Shore into Southampton, you can also see the cruise ships sailing out of Southampton most days from the beach at Netley or Weston Shore.  You will also find a children’s playground at Netley and on Weston Shore which also has a putting green.

River Hamble

Regarded as the yachting mecca on Hamble river.  Hamble village has five historic pubs two tea rooms and a great choice of restaurants. Why not take a boat trip from the waterfront and see the many fantastic yachts moored at Bursledon, Warsah and Hamble.  The beach café has a lovely view of Hamble Marina and looks across the river to Warsash.

Take the Pink Ferry across to Warsash and walk down the towpath towards Swanwick or go the other way and follow the Coastal Path that goes all the way to Gosport.

The South Downs

Visit England’s newest national park. From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breathtaking views and hidden gems. A rich tapestry of wildlife, landscapes, tranquillity and visitor attractions, weave together a story of people and place in harmony.