Stroud Hill Park is a popular, adults only, five-star touring park found in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire.
The park has 60 pitches, all of which benefit from electric, water and drainage hook-ups – 44 of the pitches are hardstanding, while the remaining 16 are grass pitches.
Stroud Hill Park is open all through the year, and members of Tranquil Touring Parks or Best of British can enjoy discounted rates when they stay at Stroud Hill Park. Well behaved dogs are welcome at the park, with plenty of space on-site and nearby for them to be exercised.
Facilities available at Stroud Hill Park to ensure the comfort of guests are of high quality.
There is plenty of open space at the park for relaxing as well as enjoying a walk in the beautiful unspoiled surroundings. The park boasts over 150 acres of natural farmland, with a charming bluebell woodland a real draw for wildlife and birds. As well as the walking trails that run within the park, several local footpaths and trails run through the site and lead to nearby villages and local attractions. Many who stay here love the private fishing lake at the site, and spend many a day relaxing by the water’s edge. Tennis courts are also available on-site for guests to hire, while there is also an excellent 18-hole golf course adjacent to the park.
The nearest village, Pidley, is a two-minute drive away and has a range of excellent local amenities including country pubs and shops. St Ives, a 12-minute drive from this campsite, is the closest major town and holds a great market on Mondays and Fridays.
So why not pitch at Stroud Hill Park and discover Cambridgeshire for yourself on your camping and caravan holidays.
Coarse fishing lake and tennis court on-site. Excellent 18 hole golf course next door
Stroud Hill Park is on the outskirts of the village of Pidley, which sits at the centre of the county of Cambridgeshire.
The attractions of the region are many from the beautiful city of Cambridge, to the cathedral cities of Ely and Peterborough, the walking and cycling of Huntingdonshire, the waterways and the rural pleasures of the many unspoilt villages.
There are many National Trust properties (eg. Wimpole Hall, Houghton Mill, Peckover House and Anglesey Abbey) within a short distance of the site along with numerous other heritage houses and gardens welcoming visitors. Huntingdonshire has a wealth of history, which is brought to life in local museums along with historical links with famous people including Samuel Pepys and Oliver Cromwell.
Huntingdonshire also offers a landscape of ancient churches and lovely villages in pretty rural scenery of water meadows, river valleys and riverside parks. There are miles of public footpaths and bridleways criss-crossing through open countryside linking parks and nature reserves to charming market towns and villages.
Cyclists too are well catered for as the area is easily explored with a few gentle hills and many quiet lanes and cycleways.
The pretty riverside market town of St Ives is just 15 minutes away from the site by car. Markets are held on Mondays and Fridays and the town has all other services the visitor may require. St Ives is steeped in history, being the home of Oliver Cromwell.
Take your camping and caravan holidays here and you're sure to want to visit Cambridge, a strikingly beautiful and historic city, packed with fabulous architecture, a world famous university and lots of great shopping opportunities – all this only 40 to 45 minutes from Stroud Hill Park. Things to do in Cambridge include taking in the stunning King's College Chapel, walking alongside or punting along the River Cam, going to the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Scott Polar Research Institute or Anglesey Abbey, and seeing the Corpus Clock.
Another cathedral city, Ely, is just over a half hour drive from this campsite. As well as the cathedral, you can visit Oliver Cromwell's House, the Jubilee Gardens and the Stained Glass Museum.
You'll also want to enjoy gentle drives across Cambridgeshire's Fens, taking in the lovely views, dropping in on small villages and maybe having a drink or a bite to eat in a friendly local pub. It's an often underrated area that might surprise you with its beauty.
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Kent 05 Aug 2014
stayed here for 9 days, can't wait to go back again, the campsite was excellent with the best washrooms we have ever visited. Staff were friendly and helpful and the site was so peaceful, lots to do around the area