A more affordable place to stay for those wanting to spend a weekend on a budget is Brighton Pride Camp.
As well as making the festival more financially accessible, the Brighton & Hove Pride campsite offers what the organizers describe as “an amazing celebration atmosphere from Friday to Monday”.
So if you’re planning on spending your weekend camping, here’s everything you need to know about camping at Brighton Pride.
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Where is Brighton Pride campsite?
Brighton Pride Camp Camp is located on Waterhall Road, Brighton.
Check-in is today at 12:00 p.m. and check-out is possible no later than Monday (8 August) at 10:00 a.m.
How to get to Brighton Pride campsite
If you are arriving by road the postcode you need to enter into your sat nav is BN1 8YR.
For weekend return trips there is the Route 600 Campground Bus, which departs from Waterhall Campground and stops at Preston Park Station, the Pride Festival and Old Steine (for the boardwalk).
Bus fares are £2.70 one way and £4.50 return.
How to book Brighton Pride campsite
Unfortunately Brighton Pride Camp is now fully booked. So if you haven’t secured a spot yet, you can’t turn up this year.
For more information, see Brighton & Hove Pride website.
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