Warwick Racecourse Caravan & Motorhome Club Site
England, Heart of England, Warwickshire, Warwick
- 01926 495448
- Open (touring pitches):
- 3 March - 3 January.
Alan Rogers Review
The Warwick Racecourse Club Site is set on a grass and tarmac enclosure within the grounds of the racecourse itself and is a mere 15 minute walk from the town centre of Warwick. Conveniently located a mile away from the M40 motorway, the caravan park gives you easy access to a large variety of fun activities, from lovely walks and a 9-hole golf course to a driving range with an area for flying model aircraft and gliders. You can also enjoy a lovely walk along the Grand Union Canal at picturesque Hatton Locks and perhaps stop for refreshments at the Hatton Lock Café.
Adjacent to the Warwick Racecourse Club Site you will find the historic Hill Close Victorian Gardens (admittance charge), which act as a gateway to the town centre. The award-winning Warwick Castle is also within easy reach of the caravan site and is a must-see as it's reputed to be the finest medieval castle in England. Another place in the area that is well worth the visit is pretty Stratford-upon-Avon - here you can walk the superb Heritage Trail, take the fascinating Shakespeare Story Tour Bus and visit the world famous theatre. You might also like to visit Birmingham or Leamington Spa, accessible by train, which offer a great mix of both high street and boutique shops.
- Bar Nearby
- Fishing Nearby
- Golf Nearby
- Shop Nearby
Leave M40 at junction 15. At the roundabout follow the A429 towards (Warwick). In 1 mile turn left at the Racecourse sign into Shakespeare Ave. In 300 yards at the T-junction turn right onto A4189 Hampton Street. Do not take the first Racecourse entry gate, carry on Hampton Street and turn left into Bread and Meat Close. Go straight over the Racecourse to the site entrance. For other approaches- follow the Racecourse signs through and round the town, some signposts from Henley-in-Arden. Look for Hampton Street and then Bread and Meat Close. Note: towing through High Street and Jury Street is not recommended.