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Roseberry Tourist Park

Roseberry Tourist Park is an attractive 10 acre site with level pitches set in a former pear orchard surrounded by farmland. Caravans, Motorhomes, RVs and Tents are all welcome.

****OPEN ALL YEAR****

• 90 pitches – hardstandings, grass pitches and tent pitches
• Toilet and shower block (heated)
• Pot wash area
• Laundry room
• Secure barrier entrance
• Dog walk area
• Open all year – booking is advisable
• WiFi – wireless internet access available
• Electric hook-up on all touring pitches
• Large, spacious hardstanding pitches up to 45ft to accommodate RVs
• Water waste disposal
• Small central play area
• LPG bulk gas
• Calor gas available
• Cardboard/paper recycling
• Tourist information hut

The park is situated close to Cambridge so makes it a delightful base to explore the historic City and surrounding market towns of Ely, St Ives and Huntingdon or further afield to London which is under an hour away by train.

Roseberry Tourist Park is well maintained with 90 pitches, all with electric hook-up and many with water services.

 

DIRECTIONS:
From A14 take B1050 at Bar Hill signposted Earth site on left 1 mile beyond Willingham.

Roseberry Tourist Park
Earith Road
Willingham
Cambridge
CB24 5LT

 


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Chemical Disposal Point
Car Parking
Child Play Area
Dogs allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Facilities
Gas Cylinder Available
Launderette
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Wireless Internet
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