Theobalds Park Camping and Caravanning Club Sites its just outside the M25 motorway and a such provides an ideal gateway into north and central London. Close to the popular town of Waltham Cross, the park is open from late March until early November and welcomes tents and touring campervans onto the site. Serviced pitches with electric hook-ups are available to those who wish to use them, while laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal facilities are available to all guests, along with Wi-Fi internet.
Pets and children are more than welcome to stay with us, too, and plenty of open spaces throughout the park as well as a children’s adventure playground mean that they’re always well catered for. Nature often finds its home at our site, with rabbits and squirrels favourite companions among our guests.
Lee Valley Country Park is found a short distance inside the M25 and caters brilliantly for those who love nature and have headed to Theobalds to spend time outdoors. Whatever you want to do, you can do it at Lee Valley; popular activities include walking, cycling, and fishing, while you can also hire a boat and head out onto the River Lee if you wish. A little further afield you will encounter Epping Forest, one of the world’s largest areas of woodland to be fully within the confines of a city, as well as the largest open space in London, you have 6000 acres of nature at your fingertips to explore however you wish.
Trains from Waltham Cross head into Central London and can have you there within a matter of minutes. Whatever your interests, you’ll find something to satisfy them in London, whether you want to walk along the Thames Embankment to see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, go shopping on Oxford Street, or head out in the evening to see your favourite stage show or check out a popular bar or restaurant.
Outside of London, Paradise Wildlife Park is a short drive from our park location, while there are golf courses and miles of countryside to explore in all directions. If you want to head out in the car, then the M25 can take you to the rest of Hertfordshire, Essex, and even into Kent depending on where you’re looking to travel.
Our park is your ideal base for exploring London and the surrounding areas, and is a great place to stay whatever you’re looking to do.
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
Mother and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
Battery charging facilities
Outdoor lovers will enjoy nearby Lee Valley Country park, which is great for walking, cycling, fishing and bird watching and you can also take a boat on the River lee. Further west, Epping Forest contains more than 6000 acres of woodland, grassland, heath, rivers and ponds and is the largest public open space in the London area. The capital itself is only fifteen miles away – trains depart from Waltham Cross – and offers great shopping and places to eat as well as world-famous landmarks such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Tower Bridge and more.
Based on 4 review(s)
scotland 22 Oct 2014
Just returned from a fantastic weekend at theobalds caravan and camping park, tiolets and showers very clean , lovely flowers, everything first class,and very well looked after by Andy and Lynn who are the new managers of this beautiful site, and I wish them well on there new appointment.
I also think the review you have from 2010 should be taken away now and give the new management a fresh start ,thank you
london 23 Aug 2010
DO NOT GO TO THEOBALDS PARK! I can not advise you enough to stay away from this place. The wardens Elenor and her weird husband run the camp like Auschwitz. People we have met on the camp could not wait to go home, encluding us)God only knows how they got the job of being wardens as she is EXTREMELY rude, threatened to kick us off and not give money back because she did not like us. That was the first thing she said to us when we arrived!!! She needs to be sacked. Her husband the other warden is a peeping tom and leaves the window to the ladies showers (behind the woods) open and has frequently been seen looking through. He looks at washing (bras and knickers that you are leaving out to dry) and is a total creep. The facilities are bad and the noise by the motorway is very loud. The toilets (even though both sexes have separate blocks are all shut for 2 hours, so if you need to toilet you have to go in the woods. We have seen people pooing in bags. It is terrible. A hideous place to go, the worst holiday ever...
Limas 15 Jun 2009
Campsite is very noisy as it’s just by the M25. Facilities are OK but staff as less then friendly.
There’s a check out time at 12 noon, and if you ask to leave later then this they will ask for a contribution to their flower growing funds!
All toilets and showers are closed from 10:30am to 12:00 noon every day for cleaning even though there are toilets in both huts that could be cleaned separately. So if you need to use them before departing at 12 you’re not in luck!
Theobalds Park Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Worcestershire 31 May 2006
Visited: August 2004
This site offers a great location, just off the motorway network & ideal for exploring all the attractions of London. A really friendly site makes you feel at 'home' straight away. Only one drawback, if you have anyone that sleeps in the bedroom annex of the awning, they will probably be kept awake by the constant motorway 'drone' of the M25. This could also be a problem if you have a tent. In a caravan, the noise can hardly be heard. This is a small site, offering good value for money for the area.