Campsite in Poole, Dorset
Camping at Holme
With our landlords living on-site, you can rest assured that help is always on hand if you need it, and it’s also reassuring to have a warm welcome and some delicious home-cooked food ready and waiting for you if the great British weather strikes!
£18 per night, per pitch, including occupants.
£23 per night, per pitch, for all occupants with electricity.
Yes, you read that right! It might even be worth stashing a tent in the car when you come for dinner – then you can make a night of it and not worry about a taxi fare home!
Incredible campsite location in Dorset
If you’re looking for the perfect base from which to explore all the delights of beautiful Dorset then you need to look no further! We’re ideally located on Old Wareham Road, just outside of Corfe Mullen. The campsite is within easy reach of Poole, Bournemouth, and Wimborne, and a central spot from which to launch excursions across the rest of the county too, from the Purbecks to the South, or Dorchester to the east.
So, whether you’re looking for a day on the beach enjoying Bournemouth and Poole’s famous seven miles of golden sands, a mooch about in Wimborne Minster, soaking up the quintessentially English charms of this historic market town, or an exhilarating walk across the Dorset countryside, then this is the campsite for you.
We have plenty of local information and guides to help make your visit as action-packed – or as relaxing – as you’d like – or you can have a chat with your landlords for the inside scoop on what to do locally.
Places to visit in Dorset
When you’re Staying
The beautiful and historic market town of Wimborne Minster has plenty to appeal to visitors, from its historic Minster Church, to the newly refurbished Museum of East Dorset, to the charming model village. This friendly town has a diverse range of shops and plenty of tempting eateries too.
Not far away is National Trust gem Kingston Lacey, a 17th century mansion sitting amid gorgeous formal gardens and parkland. Exploring this former residence of the powerful Bankes family you’ll find fine paintings, a large collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts, a stunning Japanese Garden, and an ancient 6.5m-high Egyptian obelisk to name just a few.
There is so much to see and do in nearby Poole: spend the day on celebrated Sandbanks Beach on the much-lauded peninsular known as Millionaires Row; take the ferry over to nature-lovers’ haven Brownsea Island; wander around the historic quay and Old Town; take in a performance at the Lighthouse theatre; or have a go at some watersports in the shallow tidal harbour. Well worth a day trip or two – or even more!
The Jurassic Coast
Dorset boasts some of the most beautiful coastline so make sure to head south and get exploring the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site which stretches 95 miles west from Old Harry Rocks at Studland Bay. A walk between Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door offers some spectacular views, or you can try your hand at fossil hunting or rockpooling – the world is your fossilised oyster!
Rightly famous for its beautiful sandy beaches, Bournemouth has much more to offer than a day at the seaside – although that is a fantastic treat in itself. Adventurous types will appreciate the indoor climbing experience at RockReef on the pier – and PierZip the world’s first pier to shore zip wire where riders launch from a pier tower 25m above the sea for an exhilarating ride to the shore. Take a ride on the land train, walk through the gardens, visit the shops and eateries, visit the Oceanarium, explore the Russell Cotes Museum and Art Gallery and much more!
The New Forest
Head a little further afield and you’ll find The New Forest National Park, with its 219 square miles of pasture land, heathland and forest dotted with small communities, where nature and wildlife abound, including the famous New Forest ponies which roam freely across it all. Perfect for walking, wildlife spotting, cycling, or a visit to one of the charming villages or towns.