|Caesar's Camp is an Iron Age hill fort thought to be around 2600 years old. It is located just in Crowthorne civil parish (formerly Easthampstead), to the south of Bracknell in the English county of Berkshire. The layout consists of a number of steep banks and viewing areas. It is within Swinley Forest crown plantation and is located off Nine Mile Ride approximately ż mile from the Look Out visitor centre.|
It is considered to be an entirely hand built complex. The camp has suffered bad erosion, both natural and man made, unsurprisingly for a site which is well over 2000 years old. Efforts have been made by the local council to try and restore some of the natural parts because as well as being a historic site it is also home to a number of wildlife species.
On clear days, central Bracknell and Crowthorne, including Broadmoor hospital, are visible from its highest points.