The Lazy campsite is set in natural meadows. The meadows change over the season, with shorter grass and flowers in April and May, lush green grass and swooping house martins in June, clouds of butterflies in July and tall golden seed heads in August and September. We leave a large section of the meadows undisturbed for the local wildlife, including roe deer, red deer, mouflons and hares.
The meadows are great for camping, with absolutely no shortage of space for even the largest tents. If you have a gazebo, pup tent or any other camping or tent accessory, don't worry because there is plenty of room and we don't charge extra!
All of the communal facilities, modern toilets, hot showers and the children's playground are together in our large mown orchard. Cut paths wander their way from here to the mown pitches.
Pitches are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Some pitches are further from the facilities than others.
Each of our pitches has a designated fire pit. We encourage their use as we believe camping is all about having a roaring campfire. Occasionally, during droughts or particularly hot periods, there is the risk of crops catching fire, so we may ask you to refrain from having campfires on some pitches.
We have modern camping facilities on-site that include: 3 flushing loos, 2 washing basins and 3 hot showers, 3 eco-toilets in wooden enclosures, 4 washing up basins, drinking water, recycling, freezer (for you to freeze your own freezer blocks), washing machine, WiFi, electric hook-ups 4/6 A and a fridge with cold drinks and fresh farm products . We aim to keep our facilities scrupulously clean at all times.
We are a family friendly campsite, so for the consideration of others we ask everyone to keep the noise levels down in the evenings.
Kids love camping at Farm & Camping Lazy. There’s space to run around, a play area, a set up swimming pool, a football field and of course other children to play with.
We saddle our horses every day in July and August and all children are welcome for a ride. Since the campsite is on a real working farm, children can learn to milk a goat!
New for the 2015 season: a natural playground with water, mud and a zip-line for the more adventurous kids.
Dogs are welcome but please keep them under control, on a lead if necessary & clean up after it. We do not accept any breed banned under the Dangerous Dog Act.
To book, please use our inquiry form on the Prices & Booking page or email us.