Highfield is a true gem, peaceful & perfect for relaxing, facilities are very good & clean, hairdryers at 10p a go which lasts long enough to dry your hair properley-great if like me you forget your dryer!, well stocked shop with newspapers on request. The pitches are hard-standing and spacious, the park doesnot have the attitude of 'cram 'em all in' which gives it a spacious feel. There is a couple of swings and a slide but unless your kids are happy to make their own entertainment then this site won't keep them occupied. the park is about a five minute car ride (or a nice stroll) away from shops, post office, nice pubs serving food etc, there are no bars/cafe on the park but a fish 'n' chip van visits every Saturday night which seems to be popular with the locals too. If you want to visit Cambridge then use the many park 'n' ride car parks, it's only £2.20 return (at the time of writing) and the drivers are very pleasent & helpful AND the buses are clean , the park 'n' ride service is great with no hassle of trying to find a car park amongst all those bikes! the park is also within a car ride of Wimpole Hall (great 1940's weekend in September) and also Duxford Air museum, which is brilliant - ever stood underneath a B52 bomber? i hadn't either, wow! what a sight!. All in all this park is lovely and yes we would go again.
Highfield Farm Touring Park, Comberton, Cambridgeshire