Riverside Caravan and Camping Park, 21 New River Bank, Littleport, CB7 4TA, 01353860255


To Find Site:- The best approach to this site is from the Downham Market end of the A10 Littleport bypass. At roundabout, immediately past level crossing take third exit onto road that runs along riverbank. Continue past bridge on right and campsite is on left hand side a little further on. Map

April 2021. Recent comments on this campsite suggests that it is no longer a touring campsite having changed to static vans. The website no longer works and there does not seem to be an alternative so I think we have to assume this is another lost touring site.

Riverside is a small peaceful adults only, open all year, campsite. The site is situated just across the road from the River Great Ouse.  The resident wardens, Ann and Jim,  are very pleasant. The site is a mixture of static vans, seasonal pitches and touring pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents. There are about 25 touring pitches. All pitches are on grass and are reasonably spaced.  There is one central facility block containing toilets and showers and outside there are a couple of dishwashing points and the chemical toilet disposal. The toilet block is clean and functional rather than being luxurious. Campsite pricing offers good value with a base price of 10 for two, add-ons include 2.50 for electrics and 2.50 for awnings. There is a small addition surcharge for Bank Holidays. Bookings can be made by e-mail or telephone and no deposit is required. There is site wide WiFi available through provider Caravan Connect which you pay for online. Costs during our visit were 5 per 24 hours with reductions for longer periods. This proved to be useful as I was only able to get GPRS on my Vodafone dongle. Date of our visit, early August 2010.  

The site is ideally placed to explore the Fenland area with Ely only being about 10 miles away. Littleport is about a 15 minute walk away and has a butcher and baker plus a small Co-Op supermarket. There are also restaurants and takeaways in the village. There is an hourly bus service from Littleport to Ely. Fishing is available on the Great Ouse and the wardens will be happy to advise about day tickets. 

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