Welcome to Easton Farm Park Camping

A campsite in the Suffolk countryside

We are delighted to introduce our brand new campsite nestled in the Suffolk countryside, adjacent to all the fun of Easton Farm Park.

Our "Home Field" offers a spacious, peaceful haven with both electric and non-electric pitches to suit every camper, caravaner, campervaner or motorhomer! We also have 3 comfortable, yet quirky cow shaped glamping pods!

Campers can also enjoy the new, sparkly clean amenity block with underfloor heating and lots of family friendly features. 

Campers are invited to enjoy all the fun of the Farm Park. Pay a single entry fee and you can visit as many times as you like during your stay. Our "Barmy Barn"  Cafe is perfect for a bite to eat, a coffee and a treat.

One of the best locations for a campsite in Suffolk

At Easton Farm Park you will find a campsite location that few can beat. Easy to reach, the Easton Farm Park campsite is a short distance from the A12, yet far enough away to escape any noise and light pollution.

A short walk through the quaint Suffolk village of Easton you will find a traditional village pub serving super local beers and fantastic food.

 

A 5 minute drive away in Wickham Market there is a supermarket, Chinese and Indian restaurant and a really good fish and chip shop, along with two cafes. The butchers in Wickham Market have a very good reputation for their sausages, a firm favourite with campers!

Within 10 minutes you have the town of Framlingham, highlighted by Ed Sheeran and the "Castle on Hill". A small town with coffee shops, pubs, restaurants and shops.

12 miles away there are beaches at Aldeburgh and Thorpeness. A local favourite is Walberswick where families can enjoy a spot of crabbing and for a more remote experience there is Shingle Street - well named!

Southwold is another very popular seaside destination, home to one of our local breweries - Adnams.

For dog walkers, in addition to the beaches we have Rendlesham Forest, Tunstall Forest, Tangham Forest all dog friendly where you can let your dogs run freely to explore the smells and tracks left by the deer, pheasants and rabbits.

Easton Farm Park Campsite

A new 70 pitch campsite and amenity block and visitor centre.

It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development