Why Choose Shorefield Ownership?

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Shorefield Country Park

Just 800 metres from the beach at Milford-on-Sea, with its traditional, brightly-coloured beach huts and incredible views out across The Needles and the Isle of Wight.

Indulge in the miles of stunning coastline, featuring the quaint village of Milford on Sea and the harbour and market town of Lymington, plus the wider delights of the huge ancient forests and wild open moors of the historic New Forest National Park.

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New Forest Lodge Retreat

An exclusively private and secluded lodge ownership park, tucked away, just a short walk from Shorefield Country Park and all its facilities. 

The park is also on the edge of the New Forest National Park with its ancient, wild landscape and roaming ponies, offering a unique opportunity to purchase a boutique lodge holiday home as a bolthole to go off exploring some of the South of England’s finest countryside and coastline.

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Oakdene Forest Park

Nestled on the edge of the Hurn and Avon Forest and unspoilt river meadows, the sandy beaches and shops of cosmopolitan Bournemouth plus a host of great attractions are on your doorstep.

In every direction you can explore nature reserves and Forestry Commission land. There are plenty of lovely walks and cycle trails leading straight off the park. After a long day exploring the Dorset coastline you can then relax and enjoy the comfort of your holiday home from home.

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Forest Edge Holiday Park

The perfect base from which to explore all the region has to offer, from the adjacent Hurn Forest, with its walking and cycling routes, to the New Forest National Park and the award-winning beaches of Bournemouth.  

It’s our smallest holiday park but the neighbouring Oakdene Forest Park with its fantastic facilities, is just a short stroll away.

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Wilksworth Caravan Park

Set in an idyllic rural location in this quiet corner of Dorset, offering uninterrupted views across open country side. With the historic town of Wimborne Minster and the golden beaches of Sandbanks and Studland all within easy reach you’ll never be short of fantastic days out.

The park's stunning setting is centred around Wilksworth House, a Grade 2* listed building, once owned by Henry VIII and listed in the Doomsday Book.

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Swanage Coastal Park

Swanage marks the start of the world-famous Jurassic Coast, England's first natural World Heritage Site. Spend your time exploring this beautiful and secluded part of Dorset.

The park offers panoramic views of Swanage bay and the Purbeck hills, perfect for sitting out on your very own private decking, sipping a glass of your favourite drink and enjoying the breath-taking scenery.


Our experienced team are on hand to discuss your needs Call 0800 214080