Alan Rogers Review
Fields End Water Caravan Park attracts many visitors year-round. Enthusiastic anglers will find fishing for all levels; ramblers can enjoy the flat, expansive Fenland countryside, and those who just want to sit back and relax can do so in beautiful and natural surroundings thanks to their adult-only policy and the fact that they are not near any major roads or under any flight paths. 33 exclusive caravan pitches can be found in the Main Park along with the reception/shop, which sells bait suitable for the on-site lakes, tea/coffee and some useful supplies, snacks and sweets. An additional 18 pitches can be found in the "Paddock" and a further 20 in “Waterside”. The site also has 5 lodges and 4 glamping pods to rent. The campsite is dog-friendly with lots of opportunities for walking around the 5-acre woods.
Fields End Water is a Member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Affiliated Site Scheme, but non-members are also very welcome.
Fields End Water site is extremely dog friendly, with on-site walks around the fishing lakes and the 5 acre wood. Facilities on site include three fishing lakes, a full-size boule court, book exchange library and Wi-Fi access. The on-site shop is open every day (in season) and sells everyday essentials such as bread, milk, papers and eggs, bacon sandwiches, plus fishing tackle and bait. The site makes an ideal base to explore the region and the many local attractions, including the historic market towns of Wisbech and March, spectacular Ely Cathedral, various farmers markets and many National Trust sites. Bird watchers will be spoilt for choice with three RSPB reserves in Cambridgeshire. This family run caravan park offers exceptional caravanning and course fishing in the unique and historic Fens for an unforgettable holiday experience. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful caravan park with very large pitches and a great base to explore Cambridgeshire and East Anglia, then look no further.