Smedmore Caravan Site is set in a neatly mown field set within a private estate on the outskirts of Kimmeridge near Wareham in Dorset. It is a partially sloping site bordered on three sides by trees.
There are 48 spacious pitches mostly arranged around the edge of the field. Facilities include electrical hook-ups, an information hut, two watering points and one chemical disposal point. Wi-Fi is available for a small charge. There are no showers or toilets.
The site is open from May to October. The Warden, Jo, is usually on site every morning between 9am and 10am and again between 5pm and 6pm in the evening, sometimes longer. Mobile telephone and TV receptions are not reliable. We do have gas bottles for sale on site if required.
Bookings can be made via telephone, email or online via our website - A deposit is required for a booking which will be confirmed by email. We cannot guarantee requests for specific pitches but will do our best to accommodate you.
Kimmeridge Bay is famous for its geology, diving and windsurfing. At the Bay there is a Marine Centre open to the public which is run by the Dorset Wildlife Trust. The village is home to the multi million pound immersive museum of Jurassic life - The Etches Collection. There are Sandy Beaches at Studland, S wanage, and Durdle Door.
Running along the Coast from Swanage to Weymouth is the well walked coastal path. Other nearby famous attractions include the Wareham Museum, Corfe Castle and the Steam Railway to Swanage. A little further away are the huge Tank Museum at Bovington, Monkey World and Kingston Lacey House.
For meals out, if Clavells Restaurant in Kimmeridge village is booked, try the New Inn at Church Knowle, the Halfway Inn near Corfe Castle, the Tea Room at Worth Matravers, the Salt Pig in Wareham or Shell Bay restaurant at Studland.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: Please see website for rates.
Groups are welcome by arrangement.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.