Frequent Questions

Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section, where we aim to address your queries and provide valuable insights about your upcoming experience at Hookpit Farm. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the most common questions guests have asked over time.

Hookpit Farm is situated 3 miles north of Winchester.  The campsite is newly built and located alongside the working farm, offering magnificent views and shelter from the north wind.

The surrounding fields on the rolling Hampshire Downs follow an arable rotation of Malting Barley, Wheat, Oilseed Rape, and Forage Maze. A short walk away from the Caravan Site, there are many footpaths and walks through the farm itself.

The local area has many attractions and provides convenient access to Winchester, Portsmouth, Salisbury, and the New Forest, making it an ideal stopover before crossing the channel.

Each pitch is equipped with a 16amp electrical hookup and water supply. We provide a grey water disposal outlet and a discreet chemical toilet disposal facility. Please note that we currently do not have a shower/toilet block available on-site.

All pitches at Hookpit Farm Caravan site are grass.  The site is mostly level, with a slight gradient for drainage. Levelling blocks are not required but might be helpful during the winter months with the possibility of softer ground.

There are no restrictions on the size of units at our site. The entrance to the site is set back from the road, allowing safe access for cars and caravans/motorhomes.

Currently, our caravan site does not have facilities for tents. We primarily cater to caravan and motorhome campers. However, we are constantly evaluating options to accommodate tent campers in the future.

You can search for Hookpit Farm Caravan Site on Google and Apple Maps.

If you need directions outside of these platforms, please follow the instructions below:

  • Exit the M3 at junction 9 and take the A34 signposted The Midlands, Newbury.
  • After 0.75 mile, bear right onto the A33 signposted Basingstoke.
  • After 0.7 mile (270 metres past the end of dual carriageway), turn left into Lovedon Lane signposted Kings Worthy, Stoke Charity.
  • Continue for 1.4 miles and just after crossing over the railway line, bear left into a no-through road.
  • The site will be on your left after 230 metres, past the farm entrance.

Our check-in and check-out times are:

  • Check-in time is from 12pm (noon) onwards.
  • Checkout time is by 10am.

If you need to adjust these times, please contact us directly.

Within half a mile of the campsite, you’ll find the village of Kings Worthy, which offers several convenience stores, including a Tesco Express (with ATM), a chemist, and a post office. There is also a local farm shop that serves excellent coffee and light lunches.

In addition, there are several local pubs that serve award-winning food. If you venture outside of Kings Worthy, there are frequent trains from Winchester to London or the South Coast. The Watercress Line, a local leisure railway, is located 9 miles away in Alresford.

With its proximity to Winchester and convenient access to major roads, such as the M3, A34, and A33, our site is an ideal base for exploring Hampshire and its attractions.

Hookpit Farm Caravan Site is is a four season site and is open all year round.

If you have a question that goes beyond our Frequently Asked Questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Our team at Hookpit Farm is always here to assist you and provide any additional information you may need. Feel free to contact us through our website, email, or phone, and we’ll be delighted to help make your experience with us truly unforgettable. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!