Alan Rogers Review
A stay at Cambridge Camping & Caravanning Club site will enable you to explore the university city of Cambridge and its surrounding Fenland landscape. South Cambridgeshire is ideal walking and cycling country. A tranquil and rural landscape interspersed with gently rolling hills, beech woods and flat fertile land. This level site bordered by trees is just four miles south of the city. North of the site, historic Ely has a magnificent cathedral or take a boat trip on the River Great Ouse. The bustling riverside towns of St Ives and St Neots are close by, as is the home of British horse racing Newmarket. The National Trust’s Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey, the Imperial War Museum and Denny Abbey and Farmland Museum are popular days out. Cambridge is very cycle-friendly with easily accessible routes, so it is worth bringing your bike. The site has 150 grass or hardstanding pitches, most with an electric hook-up point. There are also 7 Safari Tents available to hire.
Non-members are welcome and may join on-site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.