St Neots Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a quiet and tranquil park, sitting on the banks of the Great Ouse, which also forms the boundary of our site. Our location means we are one of the most popular caravan parks in Cambridgeshire, and we offer great access not only to the countryside but to several towns and cities in the area via the A1.
We have 175 pitches on-site that are open for tents and touring caravans from late March until early November. Serviced pitches with electric hook-ups are available, and Wi-Fi internet is available across the site. Facilities for washing up, laundry, and chemical waste disposal are also within the park.
Our location on the banks of the river means that out site is a favourite among club members who enjoy fishing, as they can pitch yards away from the many fishing spots that exist along the Great Ouse. Those who don’t enjoy fishing will find numerous opportunities for taking walks through the Cambridgeshire countryside, with rolling terrain, farmland, and woodland all making up various parts of the landscape. The main riverside trail is a picturesque walk and takes you right into the centre of St Neots, where you’ll find the Riverside Park is a great place to further expand your affinity with nature and enjoy the outdoor surroundings. If you want to get into the town and explore you’ll find a great range of shops whether you’re looking to buy food, clothes, or anything else, while there is also a thriving market where you can stock up on locally sourced and made produce. There is also a museum in the town and several restaurants, from independent eateries to popular brands.
Hinchingbrooke Park is a nature reserve close to our site, and is home to wetlands, meadows, and various types of wildlife and plant life, while Grafham Water is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest, but also offers water sports as well as walking and cycling trails around the lake itself.
The site is 10 miles away from the famous university city of Cambridge, where you’ll find a wider range of attractions. Park and ride services are available on the outskirts of the city, which is beautiful to explore either on foot or on a bicycle for those who are more active and prefer to travel quicker.
You can also use the A1 to head into Hertfordshire or north to Peterborough.
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up,
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Fishing (rod licence required
the area has a number of parks and nature reserves, including Hinchingbrooke Park, which has more than 170 acres of grassland, meadows, woodlands and lakes; Grafham Water, a Site of Special Scientific Interest where you can enjoy watersports, walking and a cycle route around the lake (bikes can be hired); and Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, with wildlife trails and a host of activities throughout the year.
The town of St Neots is less than two miles from the site, with a good range of shops and restaurants, a museum and a market. There are more shopping and cultural attractions in the university city of Cambridge, around 10 miles away.
Based on 3 review(s)
Essex 13 Jan 2014
Wonderful riverside location with easy access onto site. Walking distance into St Neots (20 mins easy stroll) through town park which is lovely. Fishing and boating directly from site. Riverbank walk towards weir and lovely pub which serves food. Very friendly and accommodating for all guests.
Somerset 24 May 2011
We arrived a little later than planned due to traffic, but wasn't a problem, and we were treated extremely well by the friendly staff. The park was well kept and spacious. The location was great if you have dogs like us, as there are plenty of fields close by to walk, and the path by the river was lovely. We only stayed for the weekend (visiting relatives neraby) but we will certainly be back.
we are currently not members of the C&C Club but we are considering joining after stay.
Would of got 5 stars had it had fully serviced pitches (water, aerial & Waste water drains)
East Lothian 26 Oct 2008
been to this site some time ago before moving to Scotland. Very nice tidy site, gets noisy in summertime due to the children running about. Should be much firmer about them playing ball games around the units, otherwise ok site.
St Neots Camping and Caravanning Club Site, St Neots, Cambridgeshire