OPEN ALL YEAR
Chittering Park is a family friendly, family run campsite (formerly known as ‘The Travellers Rest’). It is situated between Cambridge and Ely on the A10.
There are great village pubs, about two miles away, The Bridge which is near the river and The White Horse. The Bell on the green in Waterbeach village serves good meals.
Chittering Park is a good stop over if you are travelling to or from the Norfolk or Suffolk coast and the park is only three minutes away from major motorways.
Touring caravans, motorhomes and tents are welcome. The pitches are grass or hard standing and there are electric hook-ups.
There is a brand new shower block and also a vegetable preparation and washing up facility and children’s soft public play area near by.
OUT AND ABOUT
Cambridge: (7.5 miles)
For a relatively small city, there are many things to do in Cambridge. It is rich in museums, ancient churches and historical tradition. No visit to Cambridge would be complete without seeing the Fitzwilliam Museum, with its outstanding picture collection, or the Round Church, one of only 4 round churches in Britain. And the University College Gardens are one of the great secret delights of the city – Clare’s, Emmanuel’s and Newnham’s are particularly spectacular. Also have a great family dayout punting onthe River Cam.
Ely: (7.5 miles)
The historic city of Ely, full of charm and beauty and home to one of the most magnificent cathedrals in England and Oliver Cromwell’s House.
Newmarket: (17 miles)
A market town in the English county of Suffolk. It is generally considered the birthplace and global centre of thoroughbred horse racing. It is the largest racehorse training centre in Britain, and home to most major British horseracing institutions.
Duxford: (21 miles)
The Imperial War Museum’s magnificent collection of aircraft, including Britain’s first Concorde. There are regular flying days and exhibitions of military vehicles.
Madingley: (11 miles)
The American Cemetry.
St Neots: (24 miles)
Explore the history of St Neots on foot and take either a guided or a self-guided tour of the town. Alternatively, visit the town’s Museum. Housed in the former magistrates’ court/police station it tells the story of St Neots from prehistoric times to the present day.
St. Ives: (16 miles)
An historic market town on the Great Ouse river famous for it’s 15th Century river-bridge and chapel.
Peterborough: (33 miles)
The modern-day city of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire, hides a wealth of history just waiting to be uncovered.
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