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Holiday Parks, Caravan Parks, and Campsites in Cambridgeshire

Famous not only for its Universities, Cambridgeshire offers an abundance of magnificent buildings, fine restaurants and delightful shopping boutiques. Staying on one of the many Cambridgeshire Holiday parks is perfect if you want to experience punting on the River Cam or a visit to one of the many quaint villages listed in the Doomsday Book of 1086.

Beautiful Cambridgeshire holiday locations

Many of the caravan parks in Cambridgeshire are found in stunning locations – choose a park that are perfect for lovers of the great outdoors. With golf, fishing and even horse riding on some of the sites, your Cambridge holiday break can be enjoyed by all the family.

You will find a number of holiday parks in and around Cambridge listed on our website; from luxury lodges to glamping pods, static caravans to tree houses – but if you fancy bringing your own tent or motorhome –  many of the Cambridgeshire holiday parks provide first class facilities for those that want to go touring or pitch up for the night.

Stay on a Cambridge award-winning holiday park

Many of the Cambridge  parks have been awarded best in the UK and offer exceptional standards of facilities and services.

Look out for those that display the David Bellamy Conservation Award – this is awarded to those parks that can demonstrate their active concern for the environment and protection of plants and animal habitats.

Out and about in Cambridgeshire

There is something for everyone in Cambridge, in fact the city “Traveller Best UK City Award 2022” as voted by readers of Condé Nast Traveller. Why not go punting on the River Cam, enjoy a picnic in the park, join a walking tour of the city or take one of the many cycle paths in and around the centre.

Cambridge is a very beautiful city and its architecture, surrounded by green spaces makes it a lovely day out to explore and gain an insight into the University of Cambridge’s world-famous colleges. Charles Darwin, Alfred Tennyson alongside many prime ministers, scientists, engineers and philosophers have studied here.

King’s College and King’s College Chapel is probably one of the most recognisable and iconic buildings in Cambridge and well worth a visit.

For museum buffs, you will also find the University of Cambridges’ Fitzwilliam Museum, which houses world-class art and antique collections; and Kettle’s Yard one of the country’s finest galleries for contemporary art and sculptures.

Exploring the River Cam

Wander down by the river and you will find lots going on too. The Mathematical Bridge at Queens’ was designed by William Etheridge in 1748 and was a triumph of 18th century engineering. The bridge spans 50 feet across the river using multiple shorter lengths of timber and uses the action of gravity and compressive forces to maintain the design.

The Bridge of Sighs is an iconic feature of St John’s College, and one of the most recognisable pieces of architecture in Cambridge. Built nearly 200 years ago, it is the only covered bridge to cross the River Cam, and the only College bridge built in the Victorian Gothic style.

A visit to Cambridge wouldn’t be complete without punting along the river Cam. Punting was first introduced to the city in the early 20th century and the tradition is enjoyed by thousands every year. The river runs through the heart of the city so you will be able to enjoy fantastic views of some Cambridge’s famous landmarks. Treat yourself to one of the Cambridge punt tours or explore the river with a group of friends by hiring your own boat.

Enjoying a short break in Cambridge

Cambridge is a very green city – not least the number of people using bicycles, but also the beautiful parkland and common areas. Take a picnic or just let the kids run around the many play parks.

Cambridgeshire is a vibrant, historical county that’s brimming with culture, personality and stunning architecture. Browse a range of excellent holiday parks in Cambridgeshire, offering holiday homes, glamping, touring and camping holidays, chalets, luxury lodges and cottages.

15 Holiday Parks available in Cambridgeshire

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Quiet Waters Caravan Park

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Quiet riverside park situated in centre of picturesque village. Walking, boating and fishing. Touring and static avaliable AA ...

Rockingham Forest Park

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Get back to nature, explore the woodland walks and soak up the surroundings in our luxury lodges. Our motto ...

Lode Hall Country Park

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Set in the idyllic grounds of the Georgian Lode Hall, the tranquil lodge park lies at the heart of our ...

Parklands

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
6 acres of level grassland. Pitches separated by low hedges. Friendly family run site. ...

Fields End Water Caravan Park & Fishery

March, Cambridgeshire
The park has 65 fully serviced and 14 electric pitches, beautifully landscaped, maintained immaculately with far reaching views over the ...

Abbotsley Country Lodges

St Neots, Cambridgeshire
A development of 20 Norwegian log holiday lodges all owner occupied in the centre of the Abbotsley Golf Hotel Estate. ...

The Secret Garden Touring Park

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
We provide a low occupation campsite and aim to offer a genuine back to nature camping experience in Cambridgeshire. ...

Crystal Lakes

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Crystal Lakes is set in 30 acres with 8 acres occupied by lodges and caravans. ...

Highfield Farm Touring Park

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
A popular family run touring park, close by the historic university city of Cambridge and ideally situated for touring East ...

Tall Trees Leisure Park Ltd

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
A superb new camping and caravanning park set on a working fruit farm surrounded by established trees and bushes. ...

Tydd St Giles Golf & Country Club

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
The perfect choice for lovers of the great outdoors. Golf, fishing, bird watching, horse riding all on site at this ...