About Windrush CL

We have been Caravan Club members and keen caravanners for over 30 years so we hope that we have created a CL that you will enjoy.

The site is in the heart of the Cambridgeshire Fens and covers approximately 1/2 acre of grassed land with a native hedge, trees and shrubs to the north and shrubs along the fenced boundary. We have planted shrubs and fruit trees between the pitches to give extra screening.

We are open from 1st March to 31st October. Dogs are welcome but we respectfully ask that they are on a lead and exercised off site.

There are 6 electric hook-ups around the site and water, chemical disposal point and refuse bins are located together opposite the pitches. We also have an information shed with local information etc. There is a selection of books which can be borrowed/swapped and games that may be used during your stay with us.

We have a variety of birds that visit the garden and there are feeders in the trees. The Green Woodpecker is a regular visitor. Owls and bats are often in the area especially at dusk.

We are situated between the villages of Leverington and Gorefield and in either direction there are pubs serving food. The local shop is in the village which is roughly 1 mile in distance.

The site is an excellent base for exploring the Historic town of Wisbech with its splendid Georgian architecture on the North Brink where you will find Peckover House, a National Trust Property. Also, Elgoods Brewery and Gardens are further along the Brink where tours are available and a taste of the local brew is a must.

In July, Wisbech holds its annual Rose Fair which takes place over 4 days and culminates with a parade of floats with local schools and groups participating.

There is a limited bus service into Wisbech which can be picked up from the end of the lane just a few minutes walk from the site. From The Horsefair in Wisbech buses run further afield.

Kings Lynn, Sandringham, the seaside town of Hunstanton and the North Norfolk Coast are in easy reach as is Peterborough with it’s splendid Cathedral and the town of Spalding in Lincolnshire.