New for 2022... Introducing our campsite 🏕

A secluded wild garden in Broxholme, Lincolnshire

Adult Bikers welcomed - Room for 2 cars

Opening for weekends & some Bank Holidays in May, June & July 2022


3 large grass non-electric  pitches.   All with a private portable flush toilet.   Showers/wash up facilities.

Adults over 18 only  -  2 adults per pitch  -  £15 per person per night.

We welcome motorcycles, trikes and pedal cycles and they can be parked near the pitches in dry weather.

1 to 2 cars can be parked a short walk from the pitches.

We are situated off the main roads down a country lane, 6 miles north west of Lincoln.   This secluded wild garden will suit adult campers looking for a peaceful place to stay in a rural area but close to shops and eating in the nearby villages. The nearest village is 2 miles.

Sorry no pets and no smoking on site.    Please, no loud music.

About us...

Hello...my name is Anne.

I live here with my husband (ex-biker) Stuart, and our Whippet boy Brodie.

This garden is also home to wildlife.

The five acre nature garden is set in rural Lincolnshire.  
We have lived here for 48 years.

It is a 'retired' agricultural small holding which we have made into a nature reserve over 35 years encouraging a variety of wildlife...birds, bees and butterflies are everywhere in this haven.

Buzzards fly over our garden and foxes are regular visitors.   Sometimes the Roe deer come here across the fields.    

2000 native trees and shrubs have been planted from 1984 and many are now mature making shady woodland areas.   There is a 3 acre wild meadow with mature trees, mown tracks and larger mown areas where the tent pitches are situated. 

This is a garden for nature lovers and those looking for a quiet place to stay on an adult-only campsite 'in the wild'.

We have 3 non-electric tent pitches here, set apart for privacy...named 'Holly', 'Dixie' and 'Fox' after our grandchildren.


The garden is re-wilded to give wildlife the environment they like.    

 A large mown area for relaxing on the west boundary has views across the neighbouring arable fields towards the Trent Valley.   

There are wonderful sunsets to see from here.

 Below are more photos of our wild garden.  

 Grasses and wild flowers mingle happily together.   Mown tracks meander through meadow and woodland.

This is a place primarily for wildlife so we like fallen leaves and branches.
Squirrels bury acorns and hazelnuts which often grow, increasing our tree planting. 

Log piles are all over our wild garden.  They are left to gently rot down providing a home for wildlife.   The Birch trees are host to autumn fungi.


The gateway into our wild garden

 

 

 


Look at photos of the pitches to select your favourite spot...

 

 

 


Details of our dates are now listed.

This is an agricultural holding with a restriction on the number of camping days we can offer in the year.

There will be a maximum of 28 days for bookings each weekend from May to the end of July.

 

 

If you want to know more...


I would like to share this Nature Garden with you.

You might like to read my Blog.

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See the photos of changing seasons in our Garden.

This is a 'retired small-holding' allowed to gracefully age.

 

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