Your Stamford Caravan Club staycation

Unwind at Stamford Caravan Club

​Stamford Club Site is set in a tranquil, open meadowland location surrounded by attractive woodland. The caravan park is a superb place for leisurely wanderings in lovely landscapes; birds, deer and a profusion of wild flowers will delight the senses.


Within a short distance from the caravan park is the town of Stamford - one of the most perfectly preserved stone towns in England, it has a rich history and boasts many historic medieval buildings (BBC's Middlemarch was filmed here).

Also within easy access from Stamford Club Site, you can opt for a romantic cruise on the Rutland Belle or enjoy a scenic walk along the 27 miles of Rutland Water shoreline. Plus, there's cycle paths and forest walks starting right at the caravan site entrance.

Burghley House in Stamford


Burghley House in Stamford

More about Stamford Caravan Club Explore Stamford Check the weather

Your guide in the great outdoors!

Ditch the car and explore the local area on foot or by bike. Discover Stamford and the surrounding areas using OS Maps - find, follow and plot your own adventures. Check out the series of short ‘how to’ videos to help you get started.

Stamford Caravan Club will provide your 1-month’s free subscription to OS Maps

3 top routes around Stamford Caravan Club

7.8km: STAMFORD AND EASTON ON THE HILL 9.7km: HAMBLETON PENINSULA 13km: STAMFORD & BARNACK

If you've not received your free 1-month access code for OS Maps, please ask at Stamford Caravan Club reception.

Plus, download the free GetOutside app for family-friendly things to do outside.

Download the free getoutside app

Explore responsibly

We love green open fields. We love fantastic forests. We love beautiful lakes and wandering rivers. Basically, it’s safe to say we love the Great British countryside. There's a huge range of resources to help keep our beautiful natural environment protected while you enjoy everything we have here.

Countryside Code Adventure Smart Activity advice in your region

Published 10/08/2020

View all #GetOutside Guides