Chantry Wood campsite
Chantry Wood campsite is a spacious, level campsite on the North Downs close to Guildford.
We have assessed Chantry Wood campsite in line with current regulations.
We are only accepting single party bookings. These can be made without any restrictions on the number of persons in the party.
Chantry Wood campsite is a basic site without regular attendance by council staff. It is the customer's responsibility to ensure coronavirus regulations and appropriate hygiene measures are followed.
Bookings will not be held on a waiting list and are only confirmed when payment has been received. Future Covid restrictions may need us to cancel and refund bookings later in the year.
Chantry wood campsite is on the North Downs on the edge of Chantry wood. The campsite is 2 miles from Guildford and is bordered on three sides by woodland and hedgerows. The southern perimeter is open and offers beautiful views over the Albury Vale and Chilworth Village. During clear weather, you can see the South Downs.
Shops, supermarkets and post offices are close by in Guildford.
- two fire pits with seating
- piped water
- brick cubicles for chemical toilets
Youth groups must be supervised at all times by responsible adults.
Replace the bollard behind you at the vehicle entrance when entering or leaving the site.
Chantry wood campsite's maximum capacity is 100.
Arriving and departing times
- arrival between: 12pm - 5pm
- departure by: 11.30am
Vehicle entrance and route to campsite
Nearest postcode: GU4 8PZ
The vehicle entrance is off Halfpenny Lane. Once through the bollards, follow the gently winding forest track up and to the left.
There is a minimum charge of £30 per booking.
|Chantry wood campsite||Price (per person per night)|
|Adults (16 +)||£9.50|
|Children under 16||£4.75|
|Children under 4||Free|
|Scouts / guides and affiliated groups||£4.75|
Oak Processionary Moth
Oak processionary moth caterpillars (OPM) and their nests are in this woodland and may be in oak trees within the campsite area. OPM caterpillars carry thousands of microscopic urticating hairs which can cause minor to severe skin rash, respiratory and eye problems. Caterpillars or their nests should not be approached or touched.
We aim to remove nests from oak trees within the campsite area as soon as possible. Do not pitch your tents under any oak trees.