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Welcome To Bucket and Spade

Peter Egan
Selsey Road
West Sussex
PO20 7QX

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Tel :  07814 701953

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Website : Bucket and Spade

Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

Location, location, location this is just what Bucket and Spade Campsite has in abundance. Based in the heart of West Sussex, Bucket and Spade is just 10 minutes from everything you need for the perfect, relaxing break. We are in lovely countryside and yet just 10 minutes from the beaches of Selsey and the famous Selsey Bill.

If watersports are your thing, then try out the surfing or kitesurfing at Bracklesham Bay with its cafe right on the beach. Visit nearby East Wittering with a whole host of friendly shops and cafes my favourite is the Drift-in Surf Cafe (excellent cappuccinos!) or spend the day on the beautiful West Wittering beach, with plenty of space for picnics, walks, or relaxing on the wide stretch of sand that lines the shore.

Facilities :

  • Electric hookup available
  • Grass pitches
  • Easy access
  • Toilet
  • Showers
  • Scenic views
  • Dogs allowed
  • TV reception good.

Nearby :

  • Beach, Cafe

Open : April to September

Pitch Fee : £30 - £35


Reviews  ↓

Excellent CL

Stayed here in our motorhome for a one night stopover while visiting family in Selsey. This is a great little CL - spacious, peaceful, secure (padlocked gate), clean and well maintained. Friendly welcome on arrival. We paid a bit more than we are used to for a CL (£23/night) but we cannot fault the quality of the place and, with loos and a shower, water tap on the pitch and access to a chemical waste point, it goes way beyond what many CLs provide. We would have no hesitation at all about staying here again and for longer. The site combines a MH&CC CL and a small 'other section' which is not members only. We were in the 'other bit' as the CL was full when we booked, though I am using the term CL in this review

Excellent site, beautifully maintained, spotless!

We stayed on the site for one night whilst visiting relatives. We walked from the site to the Anchor Pub (along a foot path just a 10 minute walk) where we met up with our relatives for lunch, really easy. The site is one of the best maintained and cleanest that we have ever stayed in. Lovely atmosphere with a mixture of families and couples staying. Some with dogs but all well controlled. The site is surrounded with country side and access to footpaths for walking. Although it is located off of a busy road into Selsey the noise of the traffic was minimal.Will definitely return there can't recommend it enough!!

first time trip! picked the best place ever!

we are new to caravanning so decided to find somewhere we could hide up and faff with our awing and setup etc! as we pulled in Al greeted us and guided us in which was much apreciated and we very quickly let him no we were novices and he helped us no end!AMAZING! his lovely wife isabel told us of a lovely local walk with the dog and pub on the corner with food to die for! the site was spotless literally immaculate. i can't praise this little gem enough. see you soon guys, hopefully we will be a tad more experienced next time:-) sophie and ted

A Must Visit CL.

Visited this delightful CL for 5 days. The site is large and well kept and a credit to the owners, It is in a very good location for visiting Chichester, The Witterings, South Downs, Bognor and many other well known West Sussex locations. Al and Isabel are very friendly and helpful hosts. Having experienced a problem with my jockey wheel, Al contacted a mobile caravan engineer who attended the site and repaired the problem. Many thanks Al. This is an ideal site for those seeking relaxa

Amazing hospitality

Absolutely fabulous welcome and continued assistance from Al and Isobel. The site is perfectly located for all that Selsey, Chichester and the surrounding areas have to offer (beaches, golf, bird watching, history, shopping). The toilets and showers were spotless with lovely little touches(lavender scented spray as an example). The five pitches set aside for CC&MH members are thoughtfully arranged around a semicircle so you look out over fields rather than into your neighbours pitch. They are also furthest away from the road. The only tiniest of criticisms we could have is a lack of a washing up area but we solved this, after hosting them for dinner, by sending the dishes to the mother in laws to put in her dishwasher. This really is nit picking though as the hosts at this site, the facilities and location are great and we will definitely return.

Directions : Turn off the A27 (Chichester bypass) at roundabout onto the B2145 (Selsey), in Sidlesham (about 3 miles) pass The Anchor public house on the left. Site is on the right in 180 meters.

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