Calshot Caravan & Camping Club is a members only Club situated on Calshot Spit, offering stunning views over the Solent and towards the Isle of Wight. Enjoy a gentle stroll along the beach, watch the boats and cruise liners on the Solent, take a paddle in the water or just sit back and relax.
The Calshot Angling Club was established in 1982 and is a members only club based on the spit at Calshot Activities Centre. It's great to fish from this shallow, sheltered south-east facing shingle beach at the mouth of Southampton Water on the edge of the beautiful New Forest National Park.
Calshot Windsurfing Club is a members only club, situated in a wonderful location on Calshot Spit. At high tide the lagoon behind The Spit fills with water, providing a relatively safe haven for beginners and improvers. It's also a great place for kitesurfing, SUP and kayaking so why not pop along and give us a try!
THIS CLUB IS CURRENTLY NOT OPERATIONAL
Calshotcats Sailing Club is a Catamaran and Monohull sailing club located in a glorious position, right at the end of Calshot Spit. It is at the junction of Southampton Water and the Solent. We have a mixture of boats and our slipway is usable at any stage of the tide. Why not join us for a great day's sailing!
Calshot Sailing Club is a family oriented Club with a friendly welcoming atmosphere. It is located on Calshot Spit and offers immediate access to some of the best sailing water in the Solent. Why not experience sailing on the Solent with us. We love sailing. It's lots of fun and cheaper than you think!
Calshot Youth Ski Club is operated independently of Calshot Activities Centre but uses their slopes. A revolutionary new surface covers the slopes making them easy to ski on and softer to fall on. With lifts and floodlights, this is an excellent environment to learn the basics and develop new skills.
Calshot NCI station's area of responsibility extends as far as the watchkeepers can see. This can be as close as the coastline visible from the tower, including the more immediate surroundings of Fawley and Calshot itself but on a clear day this reaches to the Palmerston Forts at the eastern end of the Solent.
The RNLI is separate from the Coastguard, independent of the Government and relies on volunteers and supporters to run our lifesaving service. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things are at the heart of the RNLI and trained volunteers are at the centre of RNLI lifesaving around our coast.