Hertford Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a beautiful camping site situated a short distance outside the town of Hertford itself. In the middle of the vast greenery of the Hertfordshire countryside, our park offers instant access to a range of outdoor pursuits across the county, as well as providing fast travel routes into London and Essex, should you wish to visit these places.
Our park is one of the best-loved caravan parks in Hertfordshire, and is conveniently open all year round so you can enjoy a great outdoor experience whenever you wish to. As such, we often see regular guests at various times throughout the year, including through the summer months and at Christmas.
The park has 245 pitches and we welcome motorhomes, touring campervans and caravans, and tents onto our site, which also offers seasonal and serviced pitches. Kids and pets are welcome, too; there’s a play area for the young ones and plenty of open space for pets so you always have somewhere for them to let off steam.
We also equip you with everything you need for a comfortable stay with us, including electricity hook-up, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi internet access so you can plan your day and decide which part of this beautiful area you are going to explore.
On the doorstep you have a range of walking routes, which are also accessible for horse riders and cyclists, although check your route and ensure you avoid rolling countryside and hilly areas with the latter two, unless you (and the horses!) are super fit. There are also plenty of places to enjoy relaxing outdoor activities such as golf and fishing, and Paradise Wildlife Park is only a short drive south from our location, great fun for kids interested in animals – they have monkeys, tigers, and camels, amongst other things – and also have falconry and other public displays throughout the year.
Anyone who wants to explore their surroundings away from the countryside can take the train into London, or drive the short distance into the north of Greater London, park their car and take the tube. Those who want a less busy urban experience will find everything they need in Hertford, including great restaurants and shops, while the town also has museums and art galleries for those interested in local culture. Shopping centres can be found nearby in Harlow, Hatfield, and Welwyn Garden City, all of which give you access to further open spaces and parkland.
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The town of Hertford is less than a mile away. It has a local museum, good shopping facilities and many places to eat.
Hatfield House is a Jacobean house, rich in paintings, furniture, fine tapestries and armour, and home to the Marquess of Salisbury.
Paradise Wildlife Park claims to be Britain’s friendliest zoo, with tigers, lions and camels.
Knebworth House is a stately home also famous for its rock concerts. It appears in many TV shows and films.
Whitewebbs Museum of Transport is in a Victorian pumping station. Its vehicles date from 1906 to the present day.
Take the 30-minute train into London from Hertford East – a 20-minute walk from the site. An all-inclusive ticket covers rail, underground and bus travel.
Waltham Abbey has a 12th century church and an Art Nouveau Town Hall. The Epping Forest District Museum hosts ‘historical happenings’ throughout the year.
Capel Manor Gardens is a College of Horticulture open to visitors. It has 30 acres of grounds, including an Italianate Maze and Japanese Garden.
The Roman city of St Albans has a beautiful cathedral dedicated to St Alban, the first British martyr.
Lee Valley Regional Park stretches 26 miles along the River Lee.
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