Wicken Fen Back to Basics CampsiteWicken Fen National Nature Reserve, Lode Lane, Wicken, Ely, CB7 5XP
- Type of accommodation Log shelters
- No of places / pitches1
1 January 2018 - 31 December 2018
- Minimum stay from1 night(s)
- Dogs welcome per pitch3
About Wicken Fen Back to Basics CampsiteSleep under the stars, away from it all.
Wicken Fen nature reserve is the National Trust's oldest nature reserve, it is one of Europe's most important wetlands and supports a variety of wildlife. The Fen is also embarked on an ambitious long-term plan to expand the reserve on a landscape scale. This back to basics campsite is located on one of the parcels of land now owned by the National Trust as part of this vision. Look out for badgers, bats and barn owls here, or head across the fenland landscape to visit Wicken Fen, there are more than 9000 wetland species, including a spectacular array of plants, birds and dragonflies.
Only accessible by walking or cycling, this secluded site has four open fronted shelters, each sleeps 6 adults or 8 children, no tent required. Spend a night getting back to basics, on site there is a fire pit and compost toilet, you'll need to bring your own water. Wicken Fen campsite is ideal for scout groups, DofE groups and adventurous families.
Features and facilities
- Campfires allowed available
- Toilets available
Notes for guests
Facilities: Guests will need to bring their own water, and all camping equipment other than a tent.The campsite has a compost toilet.
Access: The campsite can only be accessed by walking or cycling to the site. There is a two mile walk from Anglesey Abbey, please inform the staff prior to arrival if you wish to park at the Abbey. The walking route to the campsite involves walking across fields. For cyclists, the site is close to NCN Route 11 - The Lodes Way. If you have any access requirements please contact the office prior to arrival for further information.
Bookings: Whole site booking only.
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