Subject to Covid restrictions we are taking bookings - see our opening dates below. Subject to clarification from Government our toilets and showers may be closed between 12/04 and 17/05 - please contact us for further details.
Located outside the pretty Fenland market town of March, Cambridgeshire and surrounded by open farmland, big skies and amazing sunrises and sunsets, our 5 acre property backs onto the Old River Nene Enjoy a leisurely walk into town along its bank watching the narrow boats and swans passing by Our mooring can be used by staying visitors for fishing and canoeing and there is plenty of space for children and dogs to play. Facilities include 2 heated showers/toilets, washing up area and wifi. There are 4 all weather caravan pitches and 2 grass pitches with electric and additional grass pitches without electric that are available during high season. Our electric hook ups are on individual card meters, enabling you to purchase as little or as much electricity as you require Refunds for unused electricity given before departure. We also have a large rally field available to recognised rally groups with some electric hook up points. Our grass pitches close at the end of September but our hard standings stay open all year round. National Cycle Route 63 and part of the Hereward Way Walk both run by our property, making us an ideal stopping point for cyclists and walkers (discounts available if you are not bringing a car and talk to us about luggage drops) We are less than an hour drive from Ely, Cambridge and Hunstanton's seaside to name but a few places worth visiting We also run a B&B onsite offering three spacious, comfortable rooms, with private bath/shower facilities wifi, guest lounge, games, dvd library and good quality breakfasts. We also have a self contained log cabin and luxury shepherds hideaway for letting. See our Fourwinds Leisure website for more information and pictures
Ely and its stunning cathedral is approx 30 mins drive, Cambridge approx 50 mins away, Hunstanton beach and Sandringham approx 1 hour away Locally there is a brewery to visit, microlight and skydiving centres, RSPB Wildfowl & Wetland Trust, local museums and churches, Birds of Prey centre Onsite there is canoeing and fishing (from July 12) on the Old River Nene For walkers Footpath No 7 into March town and part of the Hereward Way Walk runs by property as does National Cycle Route 63
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