Embers Turners Hill campsite is located in the beautiful Sussex countryside set at the Standinghall Estate within a 1000-acre ancient woodland.
Today, our Embers campers can take full advantage of this enchanting backdrop for their camping trip. Sit around your campfire as night falls, gaze out into the night sky, and listen out for some of our nocturnal friends. The campsite is also only a short drive from local amenities and attractions – plenty to keep everyone active and busy!
We want you to enjoy your stay at Embers just as nature intended, but that doesn’t mean going without clean facilities.
All our bathrooms are kept meticulously clean and have flushing toilets and piping hot showers…a real comfort when you are camping, leaving you refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead, but please don’t forget to bring your own towel, as these aren’t included.
There are large spaces for games and trails to explore - so bring a football and enjoy a kickabout with the family. Embers is a tent only site, so you can pitch your family tent on our generous pitch sizes or hire a 5m Bell tent, pre-pitched before your arrival with superior airbed options.
We also have The Embers Snack Bar serving coffees, delicious hot food, all your snack & drink essentials and plenty of wood for you campfire. Every pitch at Embers comes with its own fire basket for you to enjoy and can even be used to BBQ, with the addition of a tripod and grill. As dusk draws in, the atmosphere at Embers is really quite special as everyone gets their campfires going, you'll understand why camping is made magical at Embers!
Our famous stone-fired pizzas are freshly made on site and individually fired. Available via pre-ordering before you arrive on site - keep an eye out for an email for pre-orders, about 5 days before you arrive on site.
The Embers Snack Bar stocks all the drink & snack essentials - from freshly ground barista coffee to super creamy ice-cream, snacks and ice-cold drinks.
Please note that food offerings are subject to availability and so may not be available every evening.
Our Embers Turners Hill campsite is situated in the old Standinghall Estate which spans over 1000 acres of ancient woodland. Take in the beauty of a typical British forest where you can witness nature right on your tent's doorstep!
Explore the woods on foot or by bike, following the many trails dotted about the Estate, and see how many types of birds you can see. If you're really quiet, you might even catch a glimpse of a deer or two!
Challenge yourself and your family and tackle the obstacles high up in the trees surrounded by nature or enjoy zipping round the dirt tracks down below on the all-terrain electric segways.
Hire stand up paddleboards or sit on top kayaks and splash about on Ardingly Reservoir. You can also launch your own equipment for a small fee from their slipway. Bring a picnic and make a day of it or walk along the footpath and grab some lunch in Balcombe village!
Located in Tilgate Park, the nature centre is home to over 500 animals from all over the world, promising a fantastic day out for any animal lover. The zookeepers give daily talks and opportunities to even help feed some of the animals!
For a full interactive map with more information and other attractions, please click here.
Specially chosen for their individual charm, these pubs are some of our favourites which serve local seasonal food and are sure to give you a warm welcome!
The Crown - a traditional Sussex pub dating back to the 16 century, serving traditional English dishes.
The Cowdray Arms - within walking distance, a warm welcome and delicious food awaits you at The Cowdray Arms.
The Red Lion - with a large pub garden, it’s the perfect setting for a hot summer evening.
The Cat Inn - set in the picturesque village of West Hoathly, The Cat Inn prides themselves with their good food and selection of local ales.
You'll find our site nestled away in the trees just off Standing Hall Lane near Turners Hill.
Check in is from 2pm until 8pm. You can drive directly up to the site where our staff will be there to check you in and then direct you to your pitch so you can set up camp. Once you've unloaded, we ask that you move and park your vehicle in the car park. No vehicles are allowed on site once check in has closed. This keeps the campsite full of safe, open space, perfect for little ones to be running around in.
Due to our site's secluded and private location, we recommend using What3Words to guide you directly to the campsite entrance. Simply follow the link below to take you directly to What3Words, zoom out to get an idea of the roads you'll be travelling on, you can then select a google map or navigation of your choice to guide you straight to the campsite entrance!
DIRECTIONS - CLICK HERE