Ferry Meadows Caravan Club Site
Ham Lane, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 5UUView on map
Why stay here ...
Ideally located in a beautiful open country park, Ferry Meadows Club Site offers a perfect holiday destination for the whole family - there is an excellent new play area on site, steam trains, a lake you can fish in, excellent cycle and walking trails, plus every kind of sporting facility you could think of. The country park boasts two golf courses and a super Watersports Centre for sailing and windsurfing.
If you're a bird watching enthusiast, the caravan site offers great viewings from dedicated bird hides by the river, and if you're feeling energetic there are no less than 60 miles of cycleway, all off-road. Only three miles away is the city centre of Peterborough will also leave the family spoilt for choice with fun activities like ice or roller skating, an indoor pool, a bowling alley, a cinema and theatre, tennis, badminton and snooker. If shopping is your bag, you certainly won't be disappointed - the Ferry Meadows Club Site is conveniently close to a 6 acre shopping complex to keep you busy. Popular attractions include Springsfields Gardens and Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre with working mill, farm trails and animals.
Satisfy your appetite with a hearty meal at the pub just a short walk from the site, or if you're staying during the weekend you can enjoy fish and chips from the mobile van on site (please ask site staff for details).
New super playground
A brand new playground has been created at Ferry Meadows, with multiple zones to suit any age, from tots to teens! There's climbing equipment, tunnels, ropes and bridges to explore as well as a space for ball games. Book now to see the fantastic new facilities!
From the North: Leave the A1 at the A47 junction, proceed to junction 15. At the roundabout take the third exit (signposted City Centre, Orton, A1260) and continue to junction 32, signposted Nene Park. At mini roundabout take right turn onto the A605. After 1 mile, take the third exit on the roundabout, (signposted Nene Park, Ferry Meadows). The site is on the left, 180 metres after level crossing. From South – Leave A1 at Junction 17 (signposted Peterborough Services), take slip road signposted East of England Showground, stay in the left lane. Turn right at the roundabout (A1139), then follow signposts to Orton Centre and Nene Park A605. Turn left into Ham Lane, then as above.
- PE2 5UU
- Lat 52.56053 / Lon -0.30593
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Peterborough
- Car hire on site
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Peterborough
- Shop within 1 mile
- Train station within 5 miles
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What a great site, perfect for the Nene Valley Park, nicely laid out, well maintained. BUT, my oh my, the male wardens on the site need to revisit charm school. We arrived with a friend who soon had a run in with a warden even before they had moved from reception. As did we, we pulled into arrivals on the near side lane, my friend was in the offside arrival lane. The nearside arrival lane stop point is set back from the other arrival lane. Once I had checked in and got back to my car, my friend in a motorhome moved through the barrier. I was just about to set off and another motrohome pulled up along side me in the offside arrival lane, as the stop section for this lane is in front of mine it completely blocked my view of my exit, so I didn’t know I could getbthrough the barrier as my carcand caravan outfit is very long. My partner got out of the car and asked the motorhome if he could back up slightly when the younger of the male wardens rushed over and shouted at my partner saying the motorhome can stay there and cant you see you can get out, no is the answer to that and we should have been approached in a calmer manner and helped. The following day I witnessed Alan and the older of the other two wardens drive around and shout at a new arrival because of his windbreak, so loud this could be heard three pitches down, they then drove off smiling. Later in the day I also witnessed them going around the site at more than 5 mph on their buggy ‘looking for something’ as you could hear him on the radio. I’m sorry, but being an ex warden myself on both CCC and CMC affiliated as well as private sites this is totally unacceptable, there are calmer ways and means of dealing with all situations and these male wardens all looked stressed to the hilt, wrong job springs to mind. On the other hand the facilities are great, the wrist band covid toilet block entry system is good, except for the people who still think it is ok to go in, even though all the wrist bands are being used. I witnessed this too on another CMC site recently too. It’s a shame the NVR steam train wasn’t running, due to open on the 15th,p August, but can’t have everything. Reception staff were pleasant, masks required on entry to the reception/shop. Would we go again, possibly not unless the wardens learn to deal with situations in a calmer non dictatorial manner.
Site contact details
- 01733 233526