Floods Ferry Marina Park is a holiday destination in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire, close to the popular market town of March.
This park welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents onto the park. There are also log cabins and static holiday homes for sale or rent. Seasonal pitches are exclusively offered at Floods Ferry Marina Park, with no short term stays available, while the park has a fully functioning marina where narrow boats and cruisers can be moored. A private slipway is also available for those that wish to take their boats along to the site but not keep them on the water.
All of the pitches at the park benefit from electric hook-ups, while the facilities available on-site for guests’ convenience include showers, toilets and basins, and a chemical waste disposal point. Gas exchange is also offered at the site for those that need it.
The clubhouse at the park serves great tasting food and drink, while also providing live evening entertainment. Guests with boats can use the moorings and head out whenever they wish, the rest of the water frontage found at the park available for fishing, which guests can enjoy as much as they like, free of charge, during their stay at Floods Ferry Marina Park.
Away from the park there is plenty to do for guests of all ages, especially those that love the outdoors. The area surrounding Floods Ferry Marina Park is dominated by farmland and countryside, with many miles of picturesque walking and cycling routes available.
The nearest town, March, is a 15-minute drive away. It is a small, charming, yet eventful place, running markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays but being filled with great shops, along with cafés and restaurants.
Or maybe you'd like to visit Cambridge? This historic and world famous university city is about an hour's drive from Floods Ferry Marina Park. Wander round the cobbled streets, taking in the impressive architecture and the many colleges and chapels, or enjoy a punt along the River Cam or indulge in some retail therapy.
About a 40-minute drive from this campsite is Peterborough – make sure you tour the magnificent cathedral. Another cathedral is in Ely, and as this city is also about 40 minutes by car from Floods Ferry Marina Park, why not head here too? Oliver Cromwell's House is another of the top visitor attractions in Ely, while the nearby Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve might give you a good opportunity to see and learn more about the fenland environment in which you're spending your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays.
And despite the fact that this park is in Cambridgeshire, you could also pitch here and visit Norfolk. King's Lynn is under an hour away by car, this historic port a good destination for a day out. From there you can explore The Wash National Nature Reserve and also the north Norfolk coast. The royal Sandringham Estate is within an hour's drive of Floods Ferry Marina Park too.
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Bedfordshire 20 May 2012
We have always loved this site, the location is second to none, (if you like pitching up next to a 'river' with narrow boats, swans etc, gliding up and down) - very, very peaceful and relaxing. Very well maintained grounds, grass cutting is obviously a regular feature. Trees and plants well looked after, and a new fish pond outside the bar. The owners were very welcoming, and keen to make our stay as pleasant as possible. There are now only four touring pitches, and quite frankly three of them were quite small. One good thing, you are not charged extra for an awning. There is still a bar on site, but not serving food, and only open at selected times. However, staff are happy to provide cutlery, etc. and allow you to order a 'take away' to eat in the bar area. It was a busy but cold weekend, with all touring pitches full, and many 'resident' tourers on site. This apparently accounted for the electricity tripping out on a fairly regular basis. Not too pleasant at four o'clock in the morning!!!!!! - had to get up and switch the heating to gas.(the joys of caravanning). The shower and toilet block is definitely looking very tired and in need of a makeover. At the time of our visit, one of the two shower cubicles in the ladies had been closed, (and I understand that the gents was the same). The other one had a 20p slot machine to pay for three minutes of hot water - I didn't see anyone using the showers!!!!!! Energy saving light bulbs in the toilet cubicles were a bit irritating, as you were generally on your way out by the time they had come fully on. If you like fishing and relaxing, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, then this site could be your answer.
DERBYSHIRE 25 Apr 2007
this is a lovely site run by very nice people, a real welcome by all that use the park make it a great place to visit.very clean and a great place to relax by the canal . a great bar for a relaxing drink at the end of the day with good food .