We now have satellite Wi-Fi here at Fields End Water, you can get an excellent reception from the comfort of your own caravan/motorhome/tent, and there is no restriction on usage. We will give you details of how to purchase the Wi-Fi on arrival.
We have an excellent on-site shop that stocks most everyday conveniences such as: milk, bread, free range eggs, butter, ice creams, newspapers, home made jams and chutneys, beer and wine, caravan supplies and plenty of fishing bait and tackle including maggots. The reception/shop is open, for a couple of hours a day in the winter months, but stock levels are lower and we don't stock perishables such as milk & bread, newspapers and maggots in these months either.
We are an extremely dog friendly park, with on-site walks around the fishing lakes and the 3 acre wood, a fenced dog off the lead area. We also have miles of public footpaths leading from the park to explore the wild wilderness of The Fens, during 2022 we are introducing a 2km onsite marked and mapped dog walk, starting and finishing at the cafe.
We also have eight dog-poo bins on site and a water bowl at our reception. However, as we are a very quiet and peaceful site, if you are unable to control your dog from continuously barking, then Fields End Water, probably isn't the site for you.
Fields End Water has three highly rated fishing lakes on-site. Known as "The Pit", "The Pool" & Waterside, stocked with Carp, Tench, Roach, Perch, Barbell, Chubb and Orf they make an excellent venue for a fishing holiday. Site residents get a concession on ticket prices. Click on the "Fishing" tab in the menu bar to find out more about fishing "The Pit" and "The Pool" .
A bus is available from the site that goes to Doddington, March and Wisbech. You can change buses at March or Doddington to get to Chatteris, Ely, Wisbech and Cambridge.
The bus timetable is to the right of the reception door. .
Is the quaint local village, 1.5 miles away from the park, can be accessed by public footpath (40 minute walk) or by the road (30 minute walk), it boasts 2 pubs that serves good pub food, of which one is dog friendly, a fish & chip shop, and three convenience shops, hair dressers & Post Office. We also have a mobile catering cafe on site that serves excellent breakfasts, sandwiches, tea & coffee, and even an excellent steak supper.
If you need a break from the fishing then you could just relax and catch up on some reading why not make use of the book exchange library?
And don’t forget your walking boots. Other than our tiered pitches a mole hill may be the only mound you’ll find in the Fens! So the once inhospitable marshland of many years ago is now ideal for hiking and exploring and you’ll be able to make the most of the wide, open views and glorious sunsets.
Stay on site and take one of our three colour-coded walks and go further a-field to historic cities, bustling market towns and pretty villages. We will be happy to tell you all about the best places to visit in the area or visit our "Things to do" page to research the many things you can do during your stay.
We have 46 hard standing pitches across the park which are all fully serviced, we do request that motorhomes use hard standings between the months of October and April inclusive. We only use the hard standings pitches for all units between November to March Inclusive, October is weather dependent.
All our hard standing pitches are fully serviced and all grass pitches on the Main Park are too. If you wish to hook up to the services, you may need between 6 & 14 meters of hose and waste pipe, depending which way around your van is parked and which side your services exit your van. We do sell waste pipe and water hose pipe in reception, if you are a little short.