Collection: Camp Goren

Why not come and sleep under the stars around the peaceful wild flower meadows. You can have a fire pit and space to yourself. 
It is a semi-wild camping experience where you will have to hike to your camp site maybe up to 200m, but the further you go the more seclusion you'll enjoy. Each pitch is 5m wide by 5m long in a mowed area with a small fire pit for you to use (we supply dry seasoned logs from our farm shop).    
Facilities:  these are basic, but we do provide sinks, showers and compost toilets. There are also picnic benches dotted around for you to enjoy breath-taking views of the Corry Valley.
Location: Goren Farm is a 70-acre working farm on the edge of Blackdown Hills AONB. We have grazing animals - cows and sheep - to maintain the meadows and orchards. Our farm has natural unimproved hay meadows, which encourage biodiversity, and you are invited to walk through these along enchanting winding paths. The area around the farm is latticed with footpaths, secluded valleys, Iron Age hillforts, woodlands and spectacular hilltop views out to sea. You are also within easy reach of a good beaches along the Jurassic coast line. The farm is within easy reach of local pubs, which have recently come under new management. 
Other: Goren is a licensed premises, and we produce and sells our own apple juices and ciders, which we make on site using the original 250 year old press and apples from our orchards.



 Sorry - No Dogs in May-August.
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