Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel Camp Site is a beautiful campsite stood adjacent to the Farmhouse Hotel, and is the only campsite at Donington Park race circuit. The park has 60 grass pitches that welcome motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents, while there is also an overflow area that expands the park capacity to over 200 pitches during race meetings at the Donington Park Circuit.
Hard standing pitches are available; there are 24 such pitches for caravans and motorhomes less than seven metres long, with another four for larger caravans and motorhomes exceeding this length. 50 of the pitches on the site benefit from 10 amp electric hook-ups so guests can plug in and enjoy the highest level of comfort and convenience afforded by their own motorhomes and caravans during their stay. Additional facilities available at the park include toilet and shower blocks, chemical waste disposal points, and Wi-Fi internet. Shower tokens cost £1 a time. During major race meetings the tent campers will be able to use a separate field. For security and to avoid disturbances at night the entrance barrier is locked from 11pm to 8am.
Guests are also welcome to visit the Donnington Park Farmhouse Hotel bar and restaurant at any time. Fish and chips and pizza will be available to take away during busy weekends. There are good supermarkets, pubs, and restaurants to be found within a five minute drive.
Pets are also able to go along to the site to enjoy a break with their owners, while on-site barbecues are permitted on the condition that they’re well raised from the ground to avoid fire hazards.
Aeroplane enthusiasts also love staying at the park owing to the proximity to the neighbouring East Midlands Airport.
The park is close to the M1 motorway, so guests staying at the site can enjoy exceptional transport links to the surrounding area. Use Donington Park as your base and visit Derby and Nottingham, which are found a short distance to the north. Both are perfect for anyone looking to enjoy a city break in the Midlands during their stay at the park.
Visit Loughborough and Leicester, which are found to the south of this campsite. Each of these cities has its own unique collections of shops, entertainment facilities, and cultural attractions. The town of Burton on Trent is a short drive away and is a quaint place filled with quirky attractions.
If you love outdoor activities you will also find plenty to do close to the park site. There are miles of countryside on offer, and the area is easily accessible on foot or by bicycle. If you'd like to enjoy golfing holidays in the Midlands this is a good destination, too, since there is also a selection of high quality golf courses close by where enthusiasts can enjoy a few relaxing hours while playing a round.
For fishing holidays, it's worth noting that the River Trent and various other waterways are accessible from the site, with plenty of fishing points available as well as a selection of other water-based activities taking place during the year.
Families and thrill-seekers staying at Donington Park will be excited to discover that the campsite is only a short drive away from the famous Alton Towers theme park resort.
For a more relaxing day out in the Midlands, why not head across to the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre or go off exploring in one of the beautiful nature reserves that can be found in the area.
No matter what guests are looking for, Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel Camp Site is a wonderful place to use as a base for exploring this area of the East Midlands. Book your stay now and enjoy everything the East Midlands has to offer, from great cities and historic market towns to some of the best landscape in the United Kingdom!
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12 Aug 2017
If you're camping, suggest you do not stay here. The camping area is directly under the flight path of all manner of aeroplanes taking off from the east midlands airport all night and early morning. You will not sleep. To add insult to the exorbitant £20 per person camping fee, you are required to pay £1 extra for a five minute shower in ancient and substandard shower block located a long walk away. To add to the miserable stay, the food served in the so-called restaurant was close to inedible and the beer the most expensive we've paid while in UK.