Lee Valley Caravan Park
England, London, Hertfordshire, Hoddesdon
- 01992 447988
- Open (touring pitches):
- 1 March - 31 January.
Alan Rogers Review
This large (27-acre) camping park is ideally situated in the Lee Valley for fishing, walking and cycling activities. It is divided into two sections: one for private static caravans with a large fenced caravan storage area, the other for touring. The 34 level touring pitches are numbered, but not separated; all have 10A electricity and 22 are hardstanding. There is an area for tents with a field adjacent to the River Lee for tents requiring electricity. The whole complex is very flat with little shade. There is no public transport, but a 25-minute walk along a towpath takes you to Broxbourne railway station for travel along the Lee Valley to London.
Reception has a range of maps showing walking routes. Within a short distance there is riding and white-water rafting. Many of the villages and towns in the region are of historic interest and worth visiting, along with the close proximity of the Olympic Park and London.
One modern, heated toilet block with controllable showers, open washbasins and facilities for disabled campers. Washing machines and dryers. Motorcaravan services. Small shop (open all season). Small play area. River fishing. Bicycle hire. WiFi over site (charged).
- American Motor Homes
- Bar Nearby
- Fishing on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Golf Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Riding Nearby
- Sailing Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
- Wifi (all site)
- Wifi Chargeable
On M25 take exit 25 for Waltham Abbey, go north on A10 signed Hoddesdon, and exit on A1170 following signs for industrial area, then pick up signs for Dobbs Weir, the site is just before the weir on the right.
1 bedroom, sleeps 2: 1 double
|Outside||table & chairs, barbecue|
|Pets||accepted (with supplement)|
|Charges||Low Season (from) £490 per week|
|High Season (from) £490 per week|
|Season||1 April - 30 September|