It doesn’t matter whether you are travelling to Long Meadow Campsite by car, train or bike. The fantastic transport links in the New Forest will ensure your journey to/from the campsite is as smooth as possible.

Follow our recommended routes to Long Meadow below and remember, if you’re travelling by car during peak dates please avoid the A337 between Cadnam and Lyndhurst as this route does become heavily congested at times.

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Car

Despite being located in the heart of the Forest, Long Meadow is easy to access by road off of the the A337 which runs between the villages of Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst. With the city of Southampton to the North and the market town of Lymington in the South, there are lots of places to explore in and around the local area.

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Train

We are just a few minutes from Brockenhurst station. If you are travelling by train with others, there are some amazing value discounts available from your train company. Further information on tickets and train times are available from National Rail Enquiries. The Bluestar No.6 bus runs between Brockenhurst Station and New Park, after embarking there is 10 minute walk along a tarmac road. View the timetable here

Bus

The Bluestar No.6 bus which runs between Southampton and Lymington stops at the entrance to New Park. After embarking there is a 10 minute walk along a tarmac road to reach Long Meadow. View the timetable here

Please note the bus stop at the New Park entrance is a request stop.

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Bike

With an extensive network of cycle paths across the New Forest, Long Meadow is ideally located for cyclists to explore the off-road cycle paths. With all paths clearly numbered, the 257 runs directly past Long Meadow and connects with the rest of the Forest.