“Arrive as strangers, leave as friends”, is the motto at Rutland Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park, the friendly <a href=”http://tranquilparks.co.uk/adult-only-caravan-sites-and-campsites/”>adult-only camping and caravan site</a> with just 12 pitches in a serene garden setting a few miles from Rutland Water.
This popular touring park is surrounded by rolling countryside, ideal for walking, cycling, bird-watching or exploring the joys of England’s smallest county.
Jo and Chris provide a welcome pack of touring information, seasonal use of a small swimming pool and high grade guest facilities.
David Bellamy selected Rutland Greendale Caravan & Camping Park for his personal award of distinction 2011. This was in addition to the gold awards the site had already achieved for conservation and the protection of wildlife and birds, in the wonderful Rutland countryside around us.
All our touring pitches are all hard standing with electric hook-up.
We do not charge extra for awnings.
Friendly, well-behaved dogs are very welcome.
The heated facilities building is kept spotlessly clean and showers are free.
A hairdryer is provided for your convenience.
We have washing-up and laundry facilities plus a kettle for guest’s use.
During the summer season a fridge / freezer is available for guests use, milk and newly laid eggs may also be ordered.
Carefully selected local products are sold in our shop depending on season and availability.
Free wifi is available around the park and the TV reception is good.
Our small library has a selection of fictional books, games, and reference books to improve your birdwatching and photography skills.
Guests love to take a dip in our small swimming pool which is heated by solar panels.
Visit our website to find out more.
We offer invaluable advice about the area and things to do in Rutland..
<strong>What’s On Nearby</strong>
Beautiful <a href=”http://www.discover-rutland.co.uk/site/discover-rutland”>Rutland</a> offers almost every leisure activity: walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, bird-watching, and horse-riding, watersports, art, eating out and visitor attractions to suit all tastes.
<a href=”http://www.rutlandgreendale.co.uk/whissendine.htm”>Whissendine</a> is a short walk from the campsite where you will find excellent food at the lovely , dog friendly, country pub with real ales. And a magician for a landlord. The village has a working windmill renowned for it’s organic stoneground flour, and its characterful miller.
There is a regular bus service from Whissendine to nearby Melton Mowbray, Oakham and Stamford.
The <a href=”http://www.cycle-route.com/routes/Rutland-Routes-98.html”>National Byway Cycle Trail</a> passes close to Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Site and it’s only a few miles to <a href=”http://www.rutlandwater.org.uk/”>Rutland Water.</a>
Around this huge scenic reservoir are walks, cycle tracks and bird-watching at Lyndon and Egleton nature reserves. Here, you may be lucky enough to see the only breeding <a href=”http://www.ospreys.org.uk/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Ospreys</a> in central England. The season is mid March until August.
On Rutland water you can take a cruise on the ‘Rutland Belle’ to the iconic Normanton Church Museum.
Rutland Sailing Club is home to a range of water-sports.
Close-by are Barnsdale Gardens, scene of Geoff Hamilton’s ‘Gardener’s World‘. <a href=”http://barnsdalegardens.co.uk/index.html”>http://barnsdalegardens.co.uk/index.html</a>
Our county town of Oakham is ‘rich in history and character’ with good quality shops, pubs, restaurants, Oakham Castle and prize winning independent Grainstore micro-brewery and pub.
Oakham is a classic English market town mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086.
Discover all the historical points of interest by walking the Oakham Heritage Trail. <a href=”https://www.discover-rutland.co.uk/things-to-do/oakham-heritage-trail-p708291″>https://www.discover-rutland.co.uk/things-to-do/oakham-heritage-trail-p708291</a>
For memorable days out in the area – why not visit Belvoir Castle, Easton Walled Gardens, Rockingham Castle or Burghley House. Visit <a href=”http://www.hiddenengland.org”>http://www.hiddenengland.org</a> to find out if there is a “Passport Offer” available (seasonal). Or enquire on your first visit.
Melton Mowbray is only 6 miles away. Another historic market town famous for pork pies and Stilton cheese. The annual Food and Drink Festival is held here each October.
Do go on to our website where you will find much more about the area and things to do around Rutland Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park.
We’re looking forward to greeting you here soon.
<strong>How To Find Us</strong>
Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park is just off the A606 in Rutland.
Caravans must approach the park from the A606.
SATNAV is not reliable please <a href=”http://www.rutlandgreendale.co.uk/directions.htm” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>click here for detailed directions.</a>
Rutland Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park is a no-smoking campsite. Smoking is only permitted outside the caravan site on the wide verges of the lane.