Crystal Lakes Caravan Park
Encompassing 12 acres of meadowland and small but lovely, mature fishing lakes, Crystal Lakes Caravan Park is a great holiday location. The site is very picturesque and is very secluded. It is just a mile from the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon which gives it easy access.
Crystal Lakes Caravan Park accepts tourers, campers and motor home pitches. Every one of the site’s pitches is on sheltered, level ground. The site allows rallies but you must arrange them before hand.
Within 10 minutes walking distance of the park is the village of Fenstanton. You can reach the historic market town of St. Ives in 25 minutes. Those who are less energetic there is a cycle track right outside of the park that will take you to both locations. Both Fenstanton and St. Ives can also be accessed by a public footpath across the meadows.
In Fenstanton you will find a butcher, 2 general stores, a baker, a newsagent, fresh garden produce, free range eggs, 2 hair dressers and a great fish and chip shop. They also have 4 village pubs that all serve high quality meals.
CAMPING AND CARAVAN PARK
Crystal Lakes Caravan Park's attractive and well-equipped caravan and camping park contains all of the facilities that you need to make your stay at the park comfortable and memorable.
• Electricity hook up and water points all round the site
• Spacious toilets, showers plus hand basins, hot and cold water
• Laundry Facilities
• Washing up sinks and hand washing sinks with hot and cold water
• Recreation field
• Waste water disposal points for caravans
• Easy access to site and on site
• Full season pitches
• Caravan Rallys Welcome
At approximately 2 acres Lake "A" is the largest of the two lakes and has a good selection of coarse fish. Mixed catches of 60 lb plus are possible on Lake “B”, while on Lake “A” Carp from 15 to 25 lb are often caught with recorded biggest 31 lb Common and 31 lb Mirrow to date.
For those staying on Crystal Lakes Caravan Park the cost of a day ticket is £4.50 for the small lake and £5.50 for the large lake. An off-site day ticket is £7.
From March to October we offer seasonal pitches for touring caravans - contact us for more details.
OUT AND ABOUT
Cambridgeshire's rural landscapes combine wide river valleys, water meadows and quiet country lanes with gently rolling hills and splendid open fenland views. There are over 600 miles of public footpaths to help visitors explore the countryside.
• St Ives: 1½ miles North - picturesque ancient market town on the Great Ouse. Stone built bridge dating from the 16th Century spans the river. Good fishing, golfing, walking, eating and drinking.
Huntingdon: 8 miles North - the home of Oliver Cromwell and the cradle of the English Civil Wars. Visit the Cromwell museum and set off on the Cromwell Trail.
Cambridge: 8 miles South of Fenstanton - with its unique atmosphere Cambridge is one of the country's major tourist centres. The university, with more than 20 colleges dating from the 13th Century, dominates the city centre.
Peterborough: 25 miles North - an highly attractive combination of old and new. The magnificent 800 year old cathedral and precinct contrasts with the new Queensgate Centre, one of Britain 's finest shopping centres.
Stamford: 32 miles North - one of England 's finest Georgian towns. On the outskirts of Stamford there is the magnificent Elizabethan Burleigh House and close by is Rutland Water, the largest man-made lake in the country.
Ely: 15 miles East - a charming market town on the Great Ouse, dominated by its superb cathedral dating from 1083.
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Crystal Lakes Caravan Park