Grafham Water Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated within easy walking distance of Grafham Water, this small, well maintained and attractive park combines history with a natural charm. The old white cottage (now reception) was once owned by Oliver Cromwell’s family and the grounds formed part of their garden. While the remnants of an old yew hedge provide an intriguing, natural sculpture. There are 61 good sized touring pitches, 41 are hardstanding and the remainder are grass; most have 16A electrical connections and 11 are fully serviced. A variety of mature trees and hedges provide good shade on some pitches.
The main attraction of this area of Cambridgeshire is nearby Grafham Water – a large reservoir with a wide range of leisure activities.To this day the horse pond and part of the moat that surrounded the estate still exists, providing an excellent haven for local wildlife, especially our family of ducks. For those who like some energetic fun, cycling, horse riding, tennis, golf and carting are just some of the activities near the site to keep you entertained. For those interested in history, the nearby Imperial War Museum, Duxford Air Museum, is well worth a visit.
N.B. Non-members may join on site and make a substantial saving on pitch fees, please speak to site staff for more details and to check pitch availability before arrival.