Alan Rogers Review
A small, friendly, professionally run park. The owners of Trentfield Farm work on the policy of old-fashioned camping and caravanning with all the new amenities and mod-cons! Located in north Nottinghamshire, Trentfield Farm is set between historic Lincoln, Newark, Worksop and Gainsborough, immediately on the banks of the River Trent. It is just within the idyllic hamlet of Church Laneham, an old estate village of the Bishop of York, which is steeped in history. The campsite is level and free draining with just 25 grass pitches for touring, 16A electricity hook-ups and nearby taps. A further 20 pitches are for seasonals and six mobile homes are available to rent. There is private river frontage with free coarse fishing. Three excellent golf courses are also only a short drive away.
Each customer is provided with a comprehensive information pack on arrival and a customer survey card. Within a five minute walk you can be at the Ferry Boat Inn, a real country pub with excellent ales and food which is superb value. The village store is a five minute drive away. This park is well off the beaten track and there are miles of country roads to explore, either by bike or on foot, well away from major roads.
The heated toilet block (may be stretched at busy times) has pushbutton showers and open style washbasins. Family shower room. No facilities for disabled visitors. Laundry with washing machines, dryer and free spin dryer, iron and freezer for ice-packs. Small 24-hour vending machine with basics. Free WiFi over much of site.
- Pets allowed
- Wifi Free
- Wifi Partial Site
From A1/A57 roundabout at Markham Moor follow A57 towards Lincoln for 6 miles. Follow brown leisure signs for ‘Sundown Adventure’. Take second turning into Laneham and proceed 1.5 miles through village towards river and ferry. Continue through Church Laneham, past Ferry Boat Inn on left and river on right. Go past Manor House Residential Park, up small rise and park is 300 yds. on right.