Abbey Wood Caravan Club Site (REF : ABW)
Federation Road, London, London, SE2 0LSView on map
Why stay here ...
Abbey Wood Club Site is now fully open following exciting redevelopments. Additional all-weather pitches including some fully serviced pitches have been added, there's now two new-style open grate motorhome and campervan waste points, for easy drive-over waste disposal and no heavy drain cover to lift, and electric hook ups have been added in the camping field.
Abbey Wood Club Site feels positively rural when you reach this gently sloping verdant site. Its mature tree screening and spacious grounds make this a 'green oasis', with tent pitches and pods also available. This site's unique selling point is its location - there are shops and good railway connections, providing frequent services to central London in just 35 minutes, within walking distance of the caravan site. Alternatively, nearby Greenwich offers its own blend of fascinating attractions, including the famous observatory and National Maritime Museum.
River cruises operate from nearby Abbey Wood Club Site between Greenwich, Tower Bridge, Westminster, Kew, Richmond and Hampton Court. Open all year, this is a busy caravan site and is very popular with European visitors during the summer months. There are good reasons to visit Abbey Wood throughout the year though. The Christmas Lights, shopping at the January Sales, the London Marathon, Excel Centre and the Chelsea Flower show can all be enjoyed from this scenic, yet well placed, site.
Please note: this site is situated within the London Low Emission Zone. Visit the Transport for London website for more information.
Note: this Site is 0.5 mile within Transport for London LEZ zone; motorhome owners are advised to log onto www.tfl.gov.uk/lezlondon before travelling to Site. From the East on the M2/A2 or from Central London: turn off the A2 at A221 junction into Danson Road (signposted Bexleyheath, International Caravan and Camping) Follow signpost for Bexleyheath to Crook Log (A207 junction). At the traffic lights turn right and then immediately left into Brampton Road. In 1.5 miles at the traffic lights turn left into Bostal Hill (A206). In 0.75 miles at traffic lights turn right into Basildon Road (B213). In 270 metres turn right into McLeod Road. In about 0.5 mile at the roundabout turn right into Knee Hill. In 90 metres take the second right into Federation Road. The site is on the left in 50 metres. From M25 North, West or South approach: leave at junction 2 onto the A2 (signposted London); then as above. From the M20 (Dover): at junction 3 continue on the M20 (sign posted London, M25). Leave at the end of the motorway onto the M25; then as above. Note: The Route is well signposted with International Caravan and Camping signs. All vehicles should turn right on leaving the site to avoid residential area. The site internal gates are locked from 22:00 - 08:00 allowing pedestrian access only.
- SE2 0LS
- Lat 51.48635 / Lon 0.11971
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Bexleyheath, Greenwich
- Car hire on site
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Abbey Wood
- Shop within 1 mile
- Train station within 5 miles
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We stayed here for 3 nights before heading to Europe. The site is superb although getting there from the north via the A1/M11 was a little disconcerting due to the A12 and A2 skirting central London and via the Blackwall Tunnel. We had to cut our short our stay after 1 night but returned again for the 3rd night and this time came in via the M25 from Dartford - an easier route, but neither journeys take you within the London Congestion Charge area. You do need to check that your vehicle can be driven within the London Low Emission Zone though and this can easily be done online. The site itself is situated in mature woodland and pitches are located on different levels. It’s very peaceful and tranquil with plenty of wildlife (foxes, grey squirrels, bats etc) and an array of birds (including wild parakeets) to entertain you. Facilities are also excellent, very clean and the site is secure at night with locked gates. The wardens/staff were first class and thanks to the duty warden for letting us out the gates early to catch our Eurotunnel train. We’ll definitely be back to enjoy the site and explore London. There is a rail station about 10 mins walk away and a lovely woodland site for dog walking nearby 👍
Site contact details
- 020 8311 7708