Very sorry, but St Annes is now closed for ever. All we can do is to suggest that you might enjoy a stay at Dolcoed Camping, Caravan. This is a fairly new naturist site in Carmathenshire. SA39 9DH. Some of our customers have been there and they described as a lovely place to stay.
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Mellow Weather Perfect For A Naturist Campsite In Dorset

a field with a line of trees on a sunny day

The climate down south is generally more mellow than elsewhere. Our site is surrounded by trees which keep out a lot of the wind and lets the sun in allowing you to make the most of your time with us.

Things To Do:
Walking, Cycling, Play With Your Dog, Relax Naked & Many More In A Naturist Holiday Spot In Dorset

Horses Grazing In Perfect Green - Do  A Variety of Activities: Walking | Cycling

Within easy reach there is a wide range of things to do. For those who like walking or cycling, there is the local moorland (2 miles) where you can let your dogs run free, and of course the New Forest with its endless paths and cycle tracks. You can of course get to the Studland Bay Naturist Beach, the best naturist beach in England (18 or 35 miles depending on which way you go).


It's always best to book your slot just in case we are unable to accommodate you. Booking is by phone or email. We have a two night minimum stay for weekend and three night minimum for bank holiday bookings.

Welcome to St Annes Naturist Campsite in Dorset

Rabbits In The Camp In Dorset Set in the beautiful Dorset countryside St Annes Naturist Campsite.

Our site has a lovely relaxed rustic feel with an abundance of wildlife. We are conveniently located close to the A31 with easy access to London, Bristol and beyond.

We are a very friendly naturist campsite with few rules and as such we have many people returning to us year after year. Some of our campers come here from as far away as Scotland for their summer holidays and to meet up with old friends. Some like to chat and some like to just luxuriate and get their vitamin D in the warm sun. Others come to use the site as a naturist haven and also as local touring base. Some come just for weekends and some come to stay as long as they can. Some only ever go out to do their shopping.

Well behaved dogs are welcome but they need to be kept on a lead at all times. There is a walk through the trees and a space where the dogs can run to collect their tennis balls etc. We do expect dog owners to clear any mess dropped by the dogs and there is a dog bin on site.

We always welcome day visitors but please let us know when you are coming.

If you are new to naturism and would like to try it but are a bit shy, we have a quiet corner where you can be fairly private until you get used to the pleasures of going naked.

On the domestic side we have the normal toilet block facilities and unlike many sites we do not make an extra charge for showers. There is no shop onsite but for groceries there are Morrisons and Sainsburys and various smaller shops within 4 miles and you can get your daily papers from the shop down the road. Beyond that, there is every kind of shopping available in and around Bournemouth and Poole which are only 14 miles away.

Important Things To Remember


A regular outing for campers is to the Studland Bay naturist beach in England. For those of you who haven’t been there, it is the best naturist beach.


For those of you who would like to try naturism for the first time, we try to get you sited into a quiet corner where you can be fairly private until you get used to the pleasures of going naked. Like many things in this world, those first steps you take which seem so frightening in anticipation turn out to be much easier than you could have imagined. After the first step you will probably feel as though you have been doing it for all of your life. It comes naturally.


There are none. We simply trust campers to treat others with the respect and consideration that they would expect themselves.

So why not give yourself a naturist
camping treat this year and spend your summer holiday with us.