Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club Site can be found ideally situated close to the M3 motorway, and as a result is one of the most popular and busy caravan parks in Surrey. The park is open all year round and has 150 pitches, welcoming motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents to a selection of serviced pitches.
Our pitches have everything you need to live in comfort and convenience during your stay with us, including: drainage, water, and electricity hook-ups, washing up and laundry facilities, waste and chemical disposal, and park-wide Wi-Fi internet connectivity. Our park is pet and child friendly, with a fun play area and club house perfect for your kids to meet others their own age and let off some steam.
One of the big benefits you will enjoy when you stay at Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club site is that you feel like you are deep in the heart of the rural Surrey countryside, yet great transport links mean you are just minutes away from London and various other surrounding towns and cities. The park is also a regular host of events for the Canoe-Camping club; our location on the banks of a river means all our guests can enjoy canoeing as one of their on-site activities should they wish to do so.
Our great location also means there are many famous attractions that you can reach after a short drive. The historic towns of Windsor and Eton, close to the Legoland Resort, are always popular, while further child-friendly days out can be found at Thorpe Park, which is situated in Chertsey itself, and Chessington World of Adventures.
If you are travelling without the kids and are looking for an adult-centric day out, Sandown Park racecourse is a short drive away, although you can easily reach Ascot, Epsom, and a range of other venues depending on the time of year and events that are taking place. Museums and fun activities like Go Ape offer a happy medium that the whole family can enjoy.
In addition to the exciting pursuits you can find by heading out of the park and across the region, you can also have great fun staying on and around the site. As well as canoeing, you will find opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling and horse riding throughout the local area. Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club Site offers access to everything; the most difficult part of your stay will be deciding what you want to do!
Hardstanding pitch (Super Service),Hardstanding with electric hook-up,Grass pitch with electric hook-up,Hardstanding only pitch,Storage facilities,Grass only pitch (no electric),A well-sheltered site,Flushing toilet,Showers,Washbasins,Electric shaver sockets,Dedicated accessible facilities,Parent and baby room,Chemical toilet disposal point,Drinking water taps,Motorhome stop-off,Washing Machines,Dishwashing facilities,Ice pack freezing,Childrens play area,Recreation hall,Television room (not for hire),Fishing (rod licence required),Gas cylinders,Payphone,Pets welcome,Designated dog walk,Wi-fi(Wicoms Ltd),Grass only pitch for larger tents,Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Weybridge station is near the site. Trains to the centre of London take around 30 minutes.
Three theme parks are nearby: Thorpe Park is in Chertsey, while both Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland are only a short drive away.
Windsor Castle, an official residence of the Queen, is the world’s oldest and largest occupied castle.
Kew, Wisley and Saville Gardens are internationally famous.
Garden lovers can also visit the Hampton Court and Chelsea Flower Shows.
Horse race lovers are well served with three courses nearby – Epsom Downs, Kempton Park and Sandown Park. Odds Farm Park has been created to allow children to get close to the animals.
Brooklands Museum covers the motoring and aviation heritage of its site. It now includes Mercedes-Benz World.
Chertsey Museum has displays on the history of Runnymede, historic fashion exhibitions and a hands-on discovery zone for youngsters.
Go Ape! in Wendover woods, just outside Aylesbury, is a high-wire forest adventure where visitors can swing from tree to tree.
Walk along the towpath to Staines using part of the Thames Path National Trail.
Chertsey has supermarkets, shops and a cosmopolitan selection of restaurants and take-aways.
Based on 2 review(s)
Hampshire 16 Sep 2008
Our first long weekend away in our little caravan on this lovely site.
It was a sunny September weekend and we were taken to our pitch by a man on a bicycle who helped to guide us into our pitch and even manhandled our caravan for us (newbies!).
The site is lovely, alongside the river and there are lots squirrels, bunnies, ducks and even a few wild parrots flying around ! Kids will love it! There is a playground for the kids too.
The toilet/shower block is excellent, heated and clean and the showers are free. (a little frustrating as they have eco push buttons which you have to keep pushing.)
It is on a flight path and the planes are quite low and noisy during the day but they do stop by 11.15 pm and this close to London there is no geting away from the planes!
The site itself was quiet with the barriers locked between 11pm and 7am so no vehicles starting up late or early. (there is a car park to park your car if you wish to use your car when the barrier is locked).
If you turn left out of the site and go over the river bridge and then go under the bridge by way of the footpath there is a circular walk alongside the Thames around the "only natural meadow left in Surrey alongside the Thames".
It was easy to get places being so close to the M25.
We will be going back!
Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Chertsey, Surrey
East Lothian 21 Jul 2006
Well we arrived at the site on a VERY wet and horrible day.
However the park attendants dealt with us very symplithetically and reorganised our pitch so we were under tree cover and close to the toilet block.
This was very good as it gave us a bit of shelter to pitch our tent.
The toilet block is Immaculate, The showers are FREE and there is even individual cubicles with wash basins in.
The whole site was so quiet and an absolute dream to stay in.
There is a pub just outside the gates which serves food and was reasonable.
The only draw back i thougth was the shop/reception opening times were 9-5pm sharp. would have liked to see that open earlier and untill a bit later. If your goign out for a day you generally are out at these times.