Camping in Cambridgeshire

A couple sitting outside their tent

When it comes to caravan and camping, very few places can rival the beautiful locations that National Trust campsites are set in - ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside.

Spend a night under the stars in the great outdoors of East Anglia and wake up to the sounds of wildlife that call our places home. If you're new to camping or want somewhere with facilities or hardstanding to bring your caravan, then try Houghton Mill campsite. For those wanting something a little more remote and wild, then Wicken Fen is perfect. 

A sunmmer day at Houghton Campsite

Houghton Mill, Cambridgeshire 

Nestling on the banks of the Great Ouse river and with fantastic views of the historic working mill, our campsite offers a great place to park your caravan, motorhome, pitch your tent, or enjoy a stay in our brand new camping pods. The campsite is open March - October.

Wicken Fen - Cooking at wild Campsite

Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire 

Enjoy a night under the stars at our remote, back-to-basics campsite at Wicken Fen. The campsite has four open fronted shelters, sleeping up to six adults or eight children. Oh, and did we mention the fire pit and eco-toilet. Available for hire year round.

Something a little different
Picture of young boy sitting outside a camping pod

Camping pods 

Why not camp in style in one of our new camping pods? Each pod can sleep up to four people and comes with little luxuries like a microwave and kettle. Pods cost £50 per night (minimum stay 2 nights and 3 on bank holiday weekends).

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