Adgestone Family Camping & Caravanning Holidays, Isle of Wight
Lower Road, Adgestone, Isle of Wight
We are delighted to offer a range of family and child friendly campsites - specifically selected for us by the Camping and Caravanning Club. We don't have a personal review for Adgestone as we haven't visited yet, so if you require further information please visit the owner's website by clicking the top right button and please do bear with us until we review all these sites.
The Camping and Caravanning Club recognises how important it is for campers especially with children to find clean amenity blocks with a high standard of fixtures and fittings - this particular one has a separate family shower room. All sites highlighted have additional on-site laundry facilities, just in case your brood happen to have fun frolicking in the mud! Your pitch will be available after noon on your arrival day and you will need to vacate it before noon on your last days stay.
At Adgestone there are two play areas, one for younger children and an extensive area for older children including areas for soccer and basketball, plus Table Tennis, boules, outdoor chess and Giant Jenga. Cycle hire is available. The heated outdoor swimming pool (heated June, July, August and first week of September) and children's paddling pool will keep children entertained for hours.
An on-site shop stocks all your basic food supplies. Wifi Hotspots are available.
Things to do and places to visit for families on holiday in the Isle of Wight
Beach lovers are spoilt for choice. Sandown is close to this campsite and great for families. There are plenty of facilities and activities at Shanklin, Ventnor, Cowes and Ryde too where visitors can join fossil-hunting expeditions on the beach. If you want an unspoilt stretch of coastline, try the dunes of Bembridge, St Helens. Alum Bay is a pebble beach with spectacular views of the Needles, multi-coloured chalk cliffs rising out of the sea and you can ride a chairlift down to the beach as well as visit a sweet factory and glassmaker. The island's varied attractions also include Dinosaur Isle, an interactive museum based on the islands's history, the peaceful natural gorge of Shanklin Chine and Blackgang Chine, which offers a mixture of rides, goblins, dinosaurs and nursery rhyme characters. There is an aquarium, model railway, planetarium and underwater archaeology centre to explore at Fort Victoria Country Park.
The Island hosts many special events, including a walking festival in May, a scooter rally in August and a cycling festival in September.