Wyton Lakes Holiday Park is a family run Adults only park set in 12 1/2 acres offering 4 well stocked fishing lakes and a delightful pathway down to the frontage on the river Great Ouse. Enjoy fishing or just sitting watching the wildlife and boats go by.
If the feeling of rural tranquility and relaxation appeals to you then you will certainly find it with us. Surrounded by lakes and the river you soon get that feeling of being away from it all yet you are within just a few minutes of all facilities.
Wyton Lakes is a park for adults over the age of 18 only. We can accommodate touring caravans, motorhomes and tents on our pitches. We have mainly hard standing pitches for the caravans and motor homes and a grass camping field for the tents. Many of the pitches are beside the fishing lakes and all caravan and motor home pitches have electric hook ups and water taps as standard. We can accommodate large motor homes by prior arrangement.
We have a toilet and shower block on the park which has free hot showers, free hairdryers, dishwashing and a disabled toilet and shower. We also have a Chemical Toilet disposal point and stock Calor Gas. In the dishwashing area we have a comprehensive selection of tourist information as well as a freezer for the freezing of ice blocks.
We welcome well behaved dogs so long as they are on a lead with any fouling cleaned up.
We are well placed for visiting many local attractions including the large Huntingdon and Leisure Garden Centre with restaurant and coffee shop which is situated opposite our entrance. You can hire boats from Huntingdon or St Ives for cruising along on the river or you can take a trip on the Captains Table, a boat located next door at Hartford Marina that offers an unusual dining experience.
Visit the Raptor Centre home to birds of prey, exotic animals at Hamerton Zoo or the famous Wood Green Animal Shelter. For golfers there are is a wide range of rounds or spend a day at Huntingdon Steeplechases. Huntingdonshire centres on the Gt Ouse and offers a wealth of history as well as market towns and tranquil villages to explore, The area is associated with historical names such as Oliver Cromwell and Samuel Pepys.