Both the New Forest and the coast on your doorstep


Welcome to Stanleys Static Caravan Holiday Park, New Forest

Set in the woodland grounds of an old country house, Stanleys has caravans and lodges for sale.

Stanleys is a 40 acre park, with 200 caravans offering easy access to The New Forest and to the sea. A charming site – with a magnificent woodland setting, having walks cut through the rhododendrons and assorted trees and a stream to stroll along. Ideal for a relaxing holiday, Stanleys is near to the bustling towns of Lymington and Christchurch, with the sandy beaches of Bournemouth only ten miles away.

Nearby Barton on Sea has a magnificent stretch of coastline looking towards the Isle of Wight. In New Milton you will find a thriving Forest Arts Centre.

The unique charms of The New Forest are here for the taking, whether your choice is walking or cycling amidst the free-roaming ponies or enjoying a memorable meal in one of the many pubs and restaurants.

Why not come and visit today? Browse our static caravans for sale at Stanleys and our other park near The New Forest called Ashley Heath.



Caravan Park Information

Summer Season – 1 Mar-31 Oct
From £3,456 per season including VAT
Including rates and water.

Winter Season – 1 November-28 February weekends only (noon Friday to noon Monday).

  • WiFi – Yes
  • Children’s grass and woodland play area

Find out more about buying a static holiday caravan or lodge (new or used) at Stanleys.


Local attractions & popular events


How To Get Here

From New Milton, heading north, go over the railway bridge and take the first turning on the right into Manor Road. Then take the second left into Oakwood Avenue. At the crossroads go straight across into Brockhills Lane and the entrance to the park is on the right.

Mark, our resident warden at Stanleys








Contact Stanleys:

Brockhills Lane
New Milton
New Forest
BH25 5QW

Tel: 01425 610771
Mob: 07717 842532

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