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The Willows Caravan Park Review – 4729-VTY

The Willows Caravan Park Review – 4729-VTY

Onsite Facilities & Activities

The Willows Caravan Park is a small, peaceful, family orientated caravan park close to the River Great Ouse.
June and Ray are the resident wardens on the park and they try to maintain a relaxed and quiet atmosphere at all times. The facilities block has toilets, showers, indoor washing up areas, washing machine and a disabled shower and toilet room. There is a small play park for children under 7 years of age and plenty of weeping willow trees, ideal for playing hide and seek.
For our older guests, fishing is available in the river or nearby lakes at Hinchingbrooke Country Park and Cromwell Lake and there are many pleasant walks in the area.
Onsite Photo - The Willows Caravan Park


The Willows Caravan Park is a touring site only. We accept caravans, motorhomes and tents, with or without electric hook up.
Accommodation Photo - The Willows Caravan Park

Local Area

The Brampton Mill restaurant and bar is a 1 minute stroll from the site and serves excellent food for those not wishing to cook. The town of Huntingdon is 1.5 miles from the site and has an open air market on Wednesdays and Saturdays plus the usual high street shops.
Brampton racecourse is a short distance away from the site and has a large car boot sale every Sunday morning. Hinchingbrooke Country Park is a short walk from the caravan site and has lots of walks and a visitor centre.
Cromwell museum is in the town centre with plenty of exhibits and admission is free.
Ely cathedral is steeped in history and has been used as a film location for The King’s Speech, Elizabeth: The Golden Years and The Other Boleyn Girl.
Anglesey Abbey, house and gardens takes you back to the golden age of country house living with a look at what life “below stairs” was like in the newly renovated domestic wing.
Kettles Yard is beautiful house that contains one of the UK’s most remarkable collection of 20th century art. Next door is an art gallery that presents a changing programme of contemporary and modern art.
Cambridge Science Centre provides a hands on science and technology experience, with interactive exhibits, lively shows and workshops.
Cambridge University Botanic Garden is a 40 acre oasis of beautiful gardens and glasshouses to enjoy all year round.
IWM Duxford takes you on an unforgettable journey through the history of aviation in times of war and peace.

Prices and Availability

Please contact the site directly for up-to-date prices and availability.
2014 Tariff
All our pitch prices include:- 2 adults, 2 children, unit, vehicle, 1 dog and free use of facilities.
Pitch without electric hook up £15.50 per night
Pitch with electric hook up £18.50 per night
Extra adult £2.00 per night
Extra child £0.50 per night
Extra dog £0.50 per night
Extra car £5.00 per night
Gazebo £3.00 per night
Please check our website for details of any special offers.

Contact Details

Telephone: 01480437566



Pitch Types

Size: small
Price Range: budget
Atmosphere: pleasant
Facilities & Amenities: basic
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Groups Allowed

Disabled Friendly

Features & Facilities



Toilet Block
internet access

electric hookup
chemical disposal point
shower facilities
Hardstanding pitches


Near train station

Near lake

all year

City/Town: Huntingdon
County: Cambridgeshire
Country: England
Postcode: PE28 4NE

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