Alan Rogers Review
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. To this day the horse pond and part of the moat still remain, while the remnants of an old yew hedge provide an intriguing, natural sculpture. There are 66 good sized touring pitches, 33 are hardstanding and the remainder are grass; most have 16A electrical connections and ten are fully serviced. A variety of mature trees and hedges provide good shade on some pitches.
In a separate meadow with limited toilet facilities are 25 pitches, used only from May to mid September. The main attraction of this area of Cambridgeshire is nearby Grafham Water – a large reservoir with a wide range of leisure activities.
The main heated toilet block is very well maintained and has facilities for disabled campers (RADAR key). Small baby room. Laundry room. Free freezer for ice blocks and food storage. Another block with limited facilities in the separate meadow. Basic provisions are available from reception (1/3-31/10). Small playground. Heated outdoor pool (May-Sept; extra charge; unsupervised).
- Childrens Play Area
- Caravan Club Only
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Outdoor Pool Heated
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop Nearby
- Pets allowed
Leave A1 at Buckden roundabout and follow B661 west towards Grafham Water for 800 yds. Turn right to Grafham following camping signs. In village take first left into Church Road, the park is on the right in a few hundred yards. From A14 at Ellington turn south towards Grafham and in village, right into Church Road.