03/06/2024 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Fields End Water Caravan Park: campsite review

b441f83f-6e27-48ea-b453-ce1de0ddecd8

 

An editorial review of Fields End Water Caravan Park

Page contents

 


Introduction to Fields End Water Caravan Park

I visited Fields End Water during a lovely sunny spell that really showed this award-winning campsite off to its very best.

The site holds an AA Campsite of the Year award and is surrounded by Fenland countryside. It is an adults-only and dog-friendly site set out over several areas.

Claire Tupholme

Claire Tupholme (Content Editor)

 

I visited Fields End Water during a lovely sunny spell that really showed this award-winning campsite off to its very best.


What the campsite has to offer

There is a main camping area with 34 fully serviced pitches, which also includes ‘The Paddock’ with another 18 fully serviced pitches. For those with pets, the Woodside pitches are located in an intimate area of just six fully serviced hardstanding pitches set metres from the on-site wood, which is ideal for walks.

Fields End Water also has three fishing lakes; an ideal pitching location for those who enjoy fishing would be the Waterside area where there are 20 fully serviced hardstandings only three metres from the water’s edge with their own fishing swim. There are also four en suite glamping pods on Waterside if you want to holiday with non-motorhoming friends or family.

You are well catered for with facilities on the campsite, including toilets, showers, a laundry room, motorhome waste point and fenced dog exercise area. There is also a shop and a lovely lakeside café, both of which are open April to October.


Things to do

Boating on the River Great Ouse

(Photo courtesy of peteburkinshaw0/Pixabay)

Locally, the village of Doddington is one and a half miles away and can be reached by public footpath (or buses pass the site entrance three times a day with services to Doddington, March and March train station). The village has a couple of pubs, shops and a fish and chip shop. March is the larger town and is six miles away.

I would simply pitch up at Fields End Water and enjoy relaxing amid the tranquil campsite atmosphere or walking in the woods or by the fishing lakes but, if you did want to explore off the campsite, it’s a 30-minute drive to the historic city of Ely. Here you can explore the impressive medieval cathedral, browse a range of independent shops, or enjoy a walk along the riverside and then refresh at one of the many quaint cafés.


Campsite fact file

Specifications

Location:
Benwick Road, Doddington,
Cambridgeshire PE15 0TY

Telephone:
01354 740199

Contact:
Find out more

Open:
1 March – 30 November

Cost:
Two adults, pitch, electric: From £25

Nearest public transport:
Site entrance

Nearest pub/restaurant:
1.5 miles

Directions:
From A141 (March – Chatteris).
At Mill Hill roundabout turn onto B1093 (signed Wimblington).
At clock tower in Doddington turn right onto Benwick Road.
Site entrance on right in 1½ miles.

what3words: voltages.defends.fellow


Campsite Finder 2024

Campsite Finder 2024 magazine

Campsite Finder contains a hand-picked collection of the best campsites across the UK and Europe for motorhomers, campervanners, caravanners and campers to find their dream destination.

Campsite Finder 2024  

Looking for a campsite?

Campsite Finder logo

Try our Campsite Finder!

We have an extensive database of over 3,500 campsites in the UK and Europe.

Whether you're looking for the perfect pitch for your motorhomes, caravans, tents or a static holiday home, our exclusive Campsite Finder will help you choose your next weekend break, midweek getaway or summer holiday in the UK or Europe.

  Try our Campsite Finder


Looking for a park?

Premier Parks logo

Try our Premier Parks finder!

100 of the best campsites across the UK and Ireland offering the ultimate touring experience.

If you’re looking for the perfect campsite and a great holiday experience look no further than a Premier Park.

  Try our Premier Parks Finder


News

03/06/2024 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Recent Updates

Snap up a summertime getaway with a selection of sites with August availability ...


Briarfields Motel & Touring Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Briarfields Motel & Touring Park, Gloucestershire ...


Waterrow Touring Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Waterrow Touring Park, Somerset ...


A top choice of accommodation for hire

A selection of self-catering and glamping breaks just for you ...


14-foot snake found near a holiday park in Dorset

A surprising discovery was made by guests staying at a holiday park near Charmouth ...


Dover Truck Stop welcoming motorhomes and campervans

Just 10 minutes from the port of Dover, this is a convenient pit stop for people on cross-Channel journeys ...


Padel tennis brought to Lincolnshire holiday parks

Don Amott Parks adds to leisure facilities at two of its Lincolnshire holiday parks ...


Oakdown Touring & Holiday Caravan Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Oakdown Touring & Holiday Caravan Park, Devon ...


The Woods Caravan Park: campsite review

A campsite review of The Woods Caravan Park, Clackmannanshire ...


Explore outdoor accessories on the Out & About Shop!

Our brand-new shop is packed full of outdoor gear and equipment, including products tested and reviewed by ...


Other News

A campsite review of Polmanter Touring Park, Cornwall ...


Save on your next camping or touring holiday with ACSI

The ACSI discount card saves you money at 3,000 campsites across Europe ...


Red Kite Touring Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Red Kite Touring Park, Powys ...


Elie Holiday Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Elie Holiday Park, Fife ...


Beaconsfield Holiday Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Beaconsfield Holiday Park, Shropshire ...


AA annual campsite awards crowns Somerset campsite as Holiday Centre of the Year

The AA has announced its Caravan & Camping Awards winners for 2023-24 ...


Premier Parks announces the 100 best UK campsites for 2024

The high-quality campsites group, Premier Parks, which soon celebrates its sixteenth anniversary, has just ...


Strictly winner named Club president

Broadcaster, Hamza Yassin, has been appointed the new President of the Camping and Caravanning Club ...


Wooda Farm Holiday Park: campsite review

A campsite review of Wooda Farm Holiday Park, Cornwall ...


South Wales Touring Park, Llwynifan Farm: campsite review

A campsite review of Llwynifan Farm, Carmarthenshire ...