About Corf
All you need to know about Corf

An idyllic rural wooded campsite situated on the shores of the beautiful Newtown Creek on the Solent Coast of the Isle of Wight.  Open to Scouting and Guide groups and other youth or sailing organisations for tented camping and occasional family camping.

Over 30 individual sites amongst 23 acres of mature oak coastal woodland, some overlooking the water.  Outdoor activities available including canoe and kayak hire, tomahawk throwing, archery, air rifles, and birdwatching.

Jetty onto Class C sheltered tidal waters which open out to the Solent. It is a fantastic base from where to explore the Island’s many miles of beautiful beaches, footpaths and bridleways.

Corf is a great place for fun and adventure whether as part of a small or large group. Activities include; Sailing, canoeing, shooting, hiking or just enjoying the “Back to nature” feel of camping.

Corf lies within a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is part of the Island’s National Landscape (formerly the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty); it is part of the Hamstead Heritage Coast as well as being close to the Island’s Coastal Path.

Corf Campsite is located near Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, PO30 4NT, National Grid Ref. SZ417900. Shalfleet is on the Southern Vectis number 7 bus route between Newport and Yarmouth.

The campsite is accessed via a ¼ mile-long track off Corf Road and occupies land adjoining the Newtown River; it also is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The Island Scouts have owned and operated the Corf Campsite since 1937..