Camping and caravanning site

St Neots campsite by Steve Bond

St Neots Club campsite is within walking distance of the south Cambridgeshire market town of the same name and the campsite enjoys a waterside position on the banks of the River Ouse.

The charming site is ideally situated for visiting the many attractions and walking and cycling countryside of the south Cambridge area. It has 180 pitches. Bag yourself a riverside pitch and sit back and watch the boats sail by. Fishing is available here from 16 June until the site closes for the season.

Although the site enjoys a quiet location, all the amenities you need are on the doorstep. You are within strolling distance of a lovely pub and a lovely riverside walk brings you into St Neots which offers a number of independent shops as well as national retailers and a varied choice of eating places.

During the summer St Neots hosts a number of festivals including a medieval festival and a regatta.

The town also has a number of parks including the Common, Priory Park and Riverside Park. Set amongst huge weeping willow trees, there are lakes for boating and fishing, picnic areas, children’s play areas, and many marked cycle and footpaths.

For nature lovers Paxton Pits Nature Reserve at Little Paxton, comprises 75 hectares of gravel pits, meadows, scrub and woodland next to the River Great Ouse. There is a wealth of wildlife and a network of marked paths to enjoy.

The university city of Cambridge is around ten miles from the campsite and has many cultural attractions and shopping opportunities.


Towcars must remain on site overnight (due to possibility of flooding). Please note that canoe/dinghy or any small boat launching on the Great Ouse must be registered before arrival with the Environment Agency Recreational Waterway (Registration) 1979. As the entrance/exit road to this site is very narrow with no passing places, please ensure that you do not arrive before 12 noon.

WiFi is available but 100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available.

For more details visit their website.

Hardwick Road, Eynesbury, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 2PR


26 March to  2 November 2015
17 March to 31 October 2016
Pitches: 180
Phone number: 01480 474404