Radwell Lake Camping & Caravan site
is open until the end of October


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Radwell Lake campsite

We run a simple and rural camp site which appeals to those who like camping in the old fashioned sense. We offer a pleasant grassy site, clean toilets, and you can choose your own pitch. We have a limited number of electric hook ups and no hot water.

We welcome tents, touring caravans and motor-caravans.

The field

Bordered by a plantation of poplar trees, a stream and a meadow which is cropped for hay and sometimes contains grazing sheep.

 

We love tents and caravans

 

Herts Direct

The orchard

This is not always available since it is a rally site and we have rallies most summer weekends. Judging by the repeat bookings, we are a popular venue.
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Families

We very much enjoy welcoming family parties and seeing the children wading in the streams, running about and generally having a good time.

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Pets

We welcome well behaved and controlled dogs on the site and have direct access to an extensive network of puplic footpaths to walk them.

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Ball games

We do not object to ball games, so long as it does not interfere with other campers.

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Fires

Barbecues off the ground are allowed, but not campfires as they scar the grass making it unpleasant for those following.

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Rubbish

We do have a chemical toilet disposal point, but we do not have rubbish facilities; you are requested to take all your rubbish home with you and recycle it appropriately.

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Young people

We do not accept parties of young people.

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Noise

Campers are asked to respect their neighbours and keep noise to a minimum, especially after 10pm. Electric generators are prohibited.

 
Finding us


Radwell is situated on a side road off the A507 between Baldock and Junction 10 of the A1(M).

Exit A1(M) at Junction 10 and take the A507 in the direction of Baldock. We love tents and caravansGo past the motorway services, after about 1/4 mile there is a road sign to Radwell Only and a camping sign.

Turn right, down Radwell Lane through the village down to the lake at the bottom. Continue about 100 yards down a private farm road until you reach the camping signs at the end.

Turn right onto the orchard if there is no rally, or left, through the farmyard to the field beyond.

Camp where you like and you will be visited some time during the day or evening by the owner. (see prices)

SatNav

The postcode SG7 5ES in your satnav will bring you down Radwell Lane. When you get to the ducks at the end of the road, continue for another 100 yards to the campsite.

 

2017 campsite prices

Adults
£6.00 per person per night

Children
£1.00 per child per night

Electric hook up
£4.00 per 24h (subject to availability)

Rallies, special events, parties, weddings Etc.
By arrangement; please contact

Payment
We take cash or cards on-site.

We do not accept parties of young people.

Campsite Booking

There is usually plenty of space monday - friday but we are quite often full over summer weekends.

We operate a first-come, first-served reservations policy so if you are planning on staying with us over a weekend please contact us as early as possible at

We ask large parties to pay in advance, please contact for payment details.

Nearby attractions


Radwell Mill lake

The ducks and geese on our lake must be the best fed anywhere! For those who enjoy birdlife, there are many varieties. It does not take long for the ducks to discover that the campsite can be a fertile source of food, and they are often to be seen quacking around the campers. Muntjac deer are sometimes to be seen. Tripadvisor.co.uk reviews

Radwell Church

We are fortunate to have a beautiful little Church, All Saints, in the village. It is always open for visits and contains several 17th Century memorials and early brasses of distinction. A booklet giving the history of the Church is available for £1.

Footpaths

A public footpath runs right through the campsite which is part of the Kingisher Way which follows the course of the River Ivel for 20 miles from its source at Ivel Springs near Baldock to where it meets the River Great Ouse. One field to the south you join the the Garden City Greenway, a 13.6 mile circular path and cycleway around the World's first Garden city.

Teas

From about May to September there are delicious homemade teas to be had in the Village Hall on Sunday afternoons.

Shops

There is a motorway service area within 1/2 mile with a Marks and Spencer, McDonalds, KFC, Starbucks and hot showers.

Stotfold Mill

The next mill down the river Ivel from Radwell is Stotfold Mill, a flourishing working museum and nature reserve. There is some evidence the water wheel you can see working there was salvaged from Radwell Mill when it was decommissioned in about 1905. Tripadvisor.co.uk reviews