Camping in Lulworth Cove

Camping in Lulworth Cove

Welcome to Lulworth Cove 

The Jurassic Coast is one of the finest natural wonders of our country and one of the best examples of this type of land formation. As a world heritage site, camping in Lulworth Cove is the ideal getaway for relaxing coastal walks and seaside getaways.

If one natural beauty wasn't enough, head inland and enjoy the Dorset landscape, rolling hills and green for miles on end. YHA Lulworth Cove makes the perfect start and end point for your coastal adventures, offering the South West Coastal Path close to the hostel and only a mile walk to Lulworth Cove itself. For families, the nearby Monkey World or the Tank Museum are great places to take the kids.

Why you should use our YHA campsite in Lulworth Cove

  • Short distance to the famous Lulworth Cove
  • Great amenities for all campers
  • Stunning views from your pitch
  • Perfect location to explore West Lulworth

 

YHA hostels with camping in Lulworth Cove

YHA Lulworth Cove Exterior

YHA Lulworth Cove

Enjoy your night in the beautiful rolling hills of Dorset and pitch up in the perfect spot in West Lulworth. YHA Lulworth Cove offers camping accomodation for up to 12 people. The grounds are set to the side of the hostel and have a great view across the hills and the surrounding landscape.

YHA Lulworth Cove offers everything the adventurer needs to enjoy their stay, whether it be a passing journey on a longer adventure. Cooked and continental breakfast are also available to help kick-start your mornings.

If you're a two wheeled adventurer, our cycle store offers security and peace of mind when you're relaxing for the night. Or, if you prefer your action to be on the water, there's also the wetsuit drying store available. All other amenities inside the hostel are also available to campers.

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Things to do in Lulworth Cove

Tanks at the Tank Museum Dorset

Tank Museum

Lose yourself among tonnes of the strongest and hardest machines on the earth. Bring the history of the tank and their crew to life at this exhibition of engineering as well as taking rides in functioning vehicles and watching the Tanks in Action displays.

Chimp family in a tree

Monkey World

Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre has two main goals at its core: to assist governments in stopping the smuggling of primates in the wild and to nurture and rehabilitate the primates who have been affected by neglect or abuse.

Monkey World offers 65 acres of sanctuary for the roughly 250 primates currently under their care. They have been featured in many TV programmes on BBC, ITV,  5, CNN and Sky.

Durdle Door Pathway

South West Coastal Path

If you want to visit any beach on the South West of England, the best way to reach your destination is via the South West Coastal Path. At a distance of 630 miles, this path makes up the longest National Trail in the UK and is a fantastic way to hop between coastal views. Starting in Somerset's Minehead and trailing all the way to Poole Harbour, this path makes the best casual walk for the view, or the ideal challenge for someone looking to complete the journey from start to end.

Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove

Pay a visit to the beautiful white pebble beach of Lulworth Cove, with its blue waters and easy access make it a popular destination. When the tide is low, the wonderful rock pools teeming with sea creatures are revealed.