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Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, offering luxurious lodge accommodation at Cambridge Country Club, the perfect place for breaks away to relax and unwind.
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Landal Rockingham Forest offers luxury lodges set in ancient English woodland.
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Peacefully tucked away amidst a glorious sweep of unspoilt Cambridgeshire countryside, this stunning collection of lodges offers the perfect rural getaway.
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Rosewood Stud Park is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, nestling amongst trees and overlooking a small lake on a working stud farm boasting 72 acres of secluded Cambridgeshire countryside.
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Saxon Mound is a rustic lodge park nestled in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire.
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cambridgeshire Park & Visitor Guide

Welcome to Cambridgeshire! A fantastic locaton for a UK family getaway. Savour the eclectic mix of street food in Cambridge, from aromatic Thai to classic British fare. Get your adrenaline fix punting along the river or exploring the Imperial War Museum Duxford. Discover the unique Fenland waterways, teaming with wildlife. Booking a family break at a UK holiday park makes for the perfect base to relax and unwind and experience what the area has to offer.

Have You Discovered UK Holiday Parks?

These self-contained resorts offer caravans, lodges, and sometimes tents or glamping pods. You can enjoy a range of facilities including swimming pools, entertainment venues, kids' clubs, and restaurants. They're designed for families looking for a break where everything is on your doorstep!

Holiday parks offer more space and freedom than hotels, such as separate bedrooms, living areas, and your own outdoor space. With the added bonus of on-site amenities and entertainment. They're self-catering too, saving money on dining out.

Going for a UK holiday park means you can forget about stressful airports, and luggage restrictions, and you can pack the car with as many of your home comforts as you like. Plus, you're contributing to the local economy and reducing your carbon footprint.

Why Take Your 2024 Family Holiday Park Break in Cambridgeshire?

Choose Cambridgeshire for your 2024 family holiday park break and get lost in it's blend of breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and fantastic family days out. Marvel at the stunning architecture of Peterborough Cathedral, explore some of the aviation wonders at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, and float along the River Cam for the essential view of Cambridge's iconic colleges. With Nene Park's expansive natural beauty as your playground, Cambridgeshire offers an unparalleled mix of recreational and relaxing experiences. It's the perfect setting to create lasting family memories, combining holiday park living the excitement of exploring one of England's most famous counties.

If you're visiting Cambridgeshire with kids

Absolutely, Cambridgeshire is a hit with families. There's the Imperial War Museum Duxford for little aviators, and the enchanting Wicken Fen for nature explorers. Holiday parks in the UK are ideal for kids, offering play areas, pools, and entertainment programs.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for pool days
  3. Rain gear – just in case!
  4. Favorite toys or games for quiet evenings
  5. Outdoor sports equipment like frisbees or footballs
  6. Sunscreen for those surprisingly sunny days
  7. Camera or binoculars for wildlife spotting

Pet-Friendly Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire welcomes pets with open arms. Restaurants like The Old Plough in Brampton and The Three Horseshoes in Madingley are perfect for a meal with your pet. Remember to bring a leash, your pet's bed, and bowls for food and water.

Dog walking ideas in Cambridgeshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Grantchester Meadows 3 River and Meadows CB3 9ND
Milton Country Park 2 Lakes and Woodland CB24 6AZ
Wimpole Estate Varies Historic Parkland SG8 0BW
Stourbridge Common 1.5 River and Common CB5 8HN
Hinchingbrooke Country Park Varies Woodland and Meadows PE29 6DB

Dining at the park, or heading out

Holiday parks often boast on-site dining, offering convenience after a busy day. Cambridgeshire's local cuisine includes delights like the Cambridge Burnt Cream. The Eagle, a pub with history, is great for families, while couples might enjoy the intimate setting of Restaurant Twenty-Two.

Outdoor Family Adventures

Cambridgeshire's outdoor centres like Grafham Water offer sailing and windsurfing. Expect to pay around £15-£30 for activities. Seasonal times vary, with most centres open from spring through autumn.

Nearby shopping

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Grand Arcade Shopping Centre High-street brands CB2 3BJ
Grafton Centre Shopping Centre Shops & Cinema CB1 1PS
Burwash Manor Boutiques Artisan goods CB23 7EY
Cambridge Market Outdoor Market Local produce & crafts CB2 3QJ
Ely Markets Farmer's Market Food & Gifts CB7 4NT

Top Parks for 2024 in Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat, Cambridgeshire

Driving Distance: About 0 hours and 28 minutes (17.16 miles) | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat is a luxurious enclave nestled in secluded woodland on the outskirts of Cambridge, boasting state-of-the-art lodges with contemporary interiors, private decking, and indulgent hot tubs, all set against the backdrop of a championship 18-hole golf course and a host of 5-star facilities.

For the kids - Young guests can splash around in the two indoor swimming pools, while the surrounding woodlands offer a natural playground for exploration and adventure. Although the park is more geared towards relaxation and golf, the city of Cambridge nearby provides ample family-friendly activities.

What's on-site? The site is a haven of relaxation with its spa and wellness centre, sauna, and steam room. Fitness enthusiasts can make use of the well-equipped gym. Dining options range from casual to Michelin-starred experiences, ensuring a variety of palates are catered for. The golf course is a major draw for enthusiasts.

What's nearby? The historic city of Cambridge is just a stone's throw away, offering punting on the River Cam (from £20 per person), the Fitzwilliam Museum (free entry), and the Cambridge University Botanic Garden (adults £6.00, children free). All are within a 30-minute drive.

Accommodation options: The lodges, such as Yaxley and Somersham, offer luxurious accommodation for families or couples, with spacious living areas, modern appliances, and private patios with hot tubs. While pet-friendly options are not available, the lodges are perfect for those looking for a tranquil and indulgent getaway.

Lark Valley Lodges, Suffolk

Driving Distance: About 0 hours and 46 minutes (39.32 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Lark Valley Lodges is a serene retreat nestled near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, offering a luxury holiday experience with an 18-hole golf course, a health spa and gym, and exquisite dining at The View and The Lodge, all set within the picturesque East Anglian countryside.

For the kids - The park itself is a peaceful setting, but nearby Bury St Edmunds provides family-friendly activities such as Abbey Gardens and the chance to learn about brewing at Greene King.

What's on-site? Guests can enjoy a round of golf, pamper themselves with spa treatments, or dine in style at the 2AA rosette restaurant. The health spa and gym offer a chance to stay active or unwind during the stay.

What's nearby? The historic market town of Bury St Edmunds is replete with attractions such as St Edmundsbury Cathedral (free entry) and Ickworth House (adults £15.00, children £7.50). Both are within a 20-minute drive.

Accommodation options: The lodges, such as Alder and Pine, are contemporary and stylish, catering to families or groups of up to 6, with spacious living areas, modern kitchens, and outdoor decking. Although not pet-friendly, these lodges offer a sophisticated base for exploring Suffolk.

Tydd St Giles Resort, Lincolnshire

Driving Distance: About 1 hour and 4 minutes (41.46 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Tydd St Giles Resort is a charming getaway located on the Cambridgeshire-Lincolnshire border, featuring an 18-hole golf course, a leisure complex with an indoor pool, gym, and sauna, as well as dining options like Stables Bar and Restaurant, all set within the expansive Cambridgeshire Fens.

For the kids - The resort offers a nature trail and fishing opportunities, while the leisure complex's indoor pool is perfect for family fun. The nearby Kings Lynn also offers family-friendly attractions.

What's on-site? The resort boasts a leisure complex, gym, steam room, and sauna, with fitness classes available. Dining options include Stables Bar and Restaurant and The Spikes Bar, and guests can enjoy a round of golf or unwind in the beer garden.

What's nearby? Kings Lynn, a historic port and market town, is just a 15-minute drive away, offering attractions like Lynn Museum (£4.20 for adults, free for children) and the grandeur of Sandringham Estate (garden tickets £12.00 for adults, £6.00 for children).

Accommodation options: The lodges, such as Royale St Georges VIP and Royale Birkdale, offer luxury accommodation for up to 6 guests, with modern amenities, private decking, and some with hot tubs. Pet-friendly options are available, making it an ideal choice for families and pet owners.

Norfolk Woods Resort and Spa, Norfolk

Driving Distance: About 1 hour and 9 minutes (49.95 miles) | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Norfolk Woods Resort & Spa is a luxurious retreat set in Norfolk's countryside, offering a range of activities including an indoor heated pool, spa treatments, and a bistro, all within easy reach of the historic town of King's Lynn and Norfolk's stunning coastline.

For the kids - With an outdoor adventure play area and Go Juniors activity programme, children are well catered for. The nearby beaches and villages also offer plenty of exploration opportunities.

What's on-site? The resort features an indoor heated pool, spa with various treatments, steam room, and dining options like The Bistro at Norfolk Woods. Activities such as archery and sea scooters add to the excitement.

What's nearby? The resort is close to the Norfolk coast, with attractions like the Royal Sandringham Estate (garden tickets £12.00 for adults, £6.00 for children) and the seaside town of Hunstanton, both within a 30-minute drive.

Accommodation options: Accommodations like Bircham and Lexham Premier offer romantic settings for couples, while the Oxburgh and Oxburgh Premier lodges provide family-friendly spaces, complete with modern amenities and hot tubs. Pet-friendly options ensure that the entire family, including pets can enjoy a Norfolk getaway.

Family Days Out In Cambridgeshire

When planning a family getaway, holiday parks in Cambridgeshire offer the perfect base to explore the county's top attractions. From wildlife havens to historical hotspots, there's something to keep everyone entertained. Here's the lowdown on six must-visit venues in Cambridgeshire.

Hamerton Zoo Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:30 (Summer), 10:00 - 16:00 (Winter)
  • Prices: Adults £13.99, Children (3-12) £8.99
  • Postcode: PE28 5RE
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free of charge

Hamerton Zoo Park is a conservation haven, ideal for animal-loving families. With unique species like the White Bengal Tiger, it's a thrilling day out. The park is constantly evolving, with new enclosures and species regularly introduced. Visit during feeding times for an unforgettable experience. Tip: buy tickets online to skip queues.

Phone number: 01832 293362 | Web:

Imperial War Museum Duxford

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00
  • Prices: Adults £18.15, Children (5-15) £9.05
  • Postcode: CB22 4QR
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site, paid

For those fascinated by aviation and wartime history, the Imperial War Museum Duxford is a must. It's Europe's largest air museum, showcasing historic aircraft and interactive exhibits. The annual air shows are spectacular. To beat the crowds, aim for a weekday visit and don't miss the Concorde exhibition.

Phone number: 01223 835000 | Web:

Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

  • Opening Times: Dawn to dusk
  • Prices: Free entry, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: CB7 5XP
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, paid

Wicken Fen, the National Trust's oldest nature reserve, is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and families seeking tranquility. With boardwalks and cycling trails, it's accessible for all. Spring and summer bring the best birdwatching opportunities. Pack a picnic and your binoculars for a serene day out.


Shepreth Wildlife Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Prices: Adults £12.50, Children (2-15) £10.50
  • Postcode: SG8 6PZ
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Shepreth Wildlife Park is a family-friendly zoo with a heart for conservation. Meet tigers, red pandas, and even creepy crawlies up close. The park has daily talks and feeds, which are both educational and fun. Visit during off-peak times for a more personal encounter with the animals.

Phone number: 01763 262226 | Web:

The Fitzwilliam Museum

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 (Tue-Sat), 12:00 - 17:00 (Sun)
  • Prices: Free entry
  • Postcode: CB2 1RB
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Grand Arcade car park

The Fitzwilliam Museum is a cultural gem, with vast collections from antiquities to modern art. It's perfect for families looking to inject a dose of culture into their trip. The museum frequently updates its exhibits and offers family-friendly activities. Early mornings are quieter, and remember, photography is restricted in certain galleries.

Phone number: 01223 332900 | Web:

Cambridge University Botanic Garden

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00 (Summer), 10:00 - 16:00 (Winter)
  • Prices: Adults £6.00, Children under 16 free
  • Postcode: CB2 1JE
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Trumpington Park and Ride

The Botanic Garden is a peaceful retreat in the heart of Cambridge. It's a living plant collection with over 8,000 species. The garden is stunning year-round, but spring is particularly magical with blooming flowers. Don't miss the Glasshouse Range. Tip: bring a picnic to enjoy on the Main Lawn.

Phone number: 01223 336265 | Web:

Choosing one of the holiday parks in Cambridgeshire as your base means these attractions are easily accessible, ensuring a fun-packed itinerary for the whole family. Whether you're after a dose of history, a brush with wildlife, or a stroll through nature, Cambridgeshire has it all.

Guests Ask

What should I pack when visiting Cambridgeshire?

Pack for the unpredictable British weather – bring layers, waterproofs, and comfortable walking shoes. Don't forget swimwear for pool-equipped parks like Grafham Water Caravan Club Site. Essentials include toiletries, a first-aid kit, and chargers. If you're self-catering, check what's provided; you might need to bring basics like salt and pepper.

Is Cambridgeshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Cambridgeshire is charming year-round. Off-season, you'll find quieter parks and attractions. Places like Huntingdon Racecourse Caravan Club Site offer a peaceful retreat. Plus, you can snag off-peak rates. Just check in advance as some amenities may have reduced hours or be closed in the winter.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, if you've booked a lodge with a hot tub at a place like Tydd St Giles Resort, it will be cleaned and maintained to high standards before you check in. Most parks follow strict hygiene protocols, ensuring a safe and relaxing experience for you and your family.

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many holiday parks in Cambridgeshire are pet-friendly, like Quiet Waters Caravan Park. They understand that pets are part of the family. Just confirm before booking as there might be restrictions on the number of pets or specific areas where they're allowed.

How do we book activities, and do they need to be booked in advance?

Booking activities varies by park. Some, like Yarwell Mill Country Park, might require booking upon arrival or in advance online. During peak times, it's wise to book ahead to secure your spot. Check the park's website or call their reception for the most accurate information.

What are the dining options within the holiday parks?

Dining options can range from on-site restaurants and cafes to takeaway services. Parks like Elton Furze Golf Club have their own dining facilities. However, it's common for guests to cook in their accommodation or explore local eateries in nearby towns like Peterborough or Cambridge for a taste of local cuisine.

Are there any discounts available for local attractions?

Yes, some holiday parks offer partnership discounts for local attractions. It's always worth asking at the reception of your park, such as Fenland Waterways, for any current deals. Also, check out tourist information centres in Cambridgeshire for discount vouchers.

What kind of entertainment is provided for children?

Entertainment for kids can include play areas, sports courts, and organised activities like treasure hunts. Parks like Orton Hall may offer seasonal entertainment programmes. Always check the park's schedule as it can vary throughout the year, ensuring there's something to keep the little ones busy and happy.

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