Brighton Pride is just a couple of weeks away now, and if you're still looking for a place to stay over that weekend then the Brighton Pride campsite might work quite well.

Located on Waterhall Road, it is usually much cheaper to stay there than at nearby hotels, plus there is a direct bus service to the main event from the site.

People have the option of booking out a tent pitch or several different sizes of campervan pitch.

On the Brighton Pride website, it says: "Nothing beats spending Pride weekend under canvas as you immerse yourself in a Pride experience filled with fun, laughter and celebrations and it’s the best way to make Pride weekend financially accessible to all visitors.

"The Brighton Pride Camp Camp is always filled with an amazing celebratory atmosphere from Friday to Monday to make it a 3 day weekend."

How to book a pitch at Brighton Pride campsite

To book a pitch at the Brighton Pride campsite you will need to head to the website here.

This year you can book your pitch size according to your party size with costs based on the number of occupants.

There is also plenty of car parking space on-site to make it easier to get to the campsite and set up your pitch.

This must be pre-booked, which can be done on the Brighton Pride website link above.

For those with booked pitches, check-in is from 12 pm on Friday, August 4, with check-out no later than 10 am on Monday, August 7.

The official address for the site is: Pride Campsite, Waterhall Road, Brighton BN1 8YR.

Brighton Pride campsite bus service

People staying at the campsite won't need to worry about the logistics of getting into the city centre as a dedicated bus service will be running from site throughout the weekend.

Bus passes are available to purchase from the website here.

Brighton Pride campsite further details

On the Brighton Pride website, it offers clarification on if children contribute to the occupancy on a tent pitch.

It states: "Children aged 12 and under are welcome to attend with you, providing they are under constant supervision. Their presence won’t contribute to the total occupancy of your pitch but be aware of the living space you have booked and whether you will be comfortable enough.

"Young people aged 13-18 should be included in your pitch occupancy and again must be supervised by a responsible adult who over 21 at all times."

On-site there will be a Camp Shop for provisions and catering to "service all your culinary needs including delicious breakfasts."