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Any body know where there are any good touring sites next to some good fishing, Beach, pier etc in the South of England

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Southsea Leisure is good and fits the bill, near portsmouth. Beware of the bullet proof hardstandings.

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There quite a few

Newlands isa 4 minute drive to the sea wall

theres one in Bridport

There's Buckle Caravan site that's on a Bass beach

There's also my fave Little Switzerland from where you can walk down to the Harbour wall (best to drive though) lots of fish there

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Thanks guys :;):

Grandad can you give me a few more details of these sites please

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The south east corner has a great site, which offers great coarse fishing and sea fishing the camp site has caravan club pitches {5} plus other pitches with and without hook-ups eight lakes plus sea fishing close by with pier and beach fishing check it out cottington fisheries at Deal in kent.banana.gif

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Thank You

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White House Beach CC site at Kessingland Suffolk this site is split into two. Pitches that overlook the beach, and pitches that are across the road and more sheltered should the wind get up!

Good fishing at Weymouth and Chisel beach, have a look at World Sea Fishing forum and you can get a good indication of where to go.

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