Summerfield Campsite is set in over 3 acres and the open, flat campsite area overlooks rising arable farmland to the south. We can offer up to 40 pitches, half of which can have electric hookup.
An award winning purpose built toilet and shower block with separate ladies and gents facilities is housed within the main barn immediately adjacent to the campsite area. There are four showers and three toilets in the ladies and three showers and toilets in the gents. Both have ample washing facilities. There is also an accessible shower room and toilet for disabled persons incorporating a bathroom for visitors with small children (toddlers) that are not used to using showers. In 2015 and 2019 we entered the National ‘Loo of the Year’ Awards and were awarded platinum and gold awards respectively as one of the best ‘away from home’ toilets in the country. However, the best judges of our facilities are you, our visitors and we know and expect that you will let us know if our standards were to slip. Housed within a separate barn facing the campsite itself is a dedicated ‘campers kitchen’ with 3 washing up sinks. This area also houses fridges and freezer along with a ‘pay as you go’ washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a chemical disposal point for use as required.
In the reception office, we have a small stock of drinks and ice creams but that is the extent of our retail facility as there is a well stocked Budgens supermarket on the edge of Kimbolton less than 2 miles away.
For those who wish to add to their camping experience, we do allow campfires (subject to our fire risk assessment). The kit is delivered and set up at your pitch including a fire base, logs and a starter pack of kindling, firelighters and even a lighter. However, you may not bring your own wood onto the site. We can provide additional logs if you need them.
We provide a free WiFi Internet connection that covers much of the site and offers a basic connection for checking emails and light web browsing.
As if designed to perfectly complement the campsite, visitors can take a gentle stroll down the farm track to enjoy the delights of the White Horse Pub directly opposite the campsite entrance. The pub was closed for refurbishment in November 2017 but reopened in July 2018 and is proving hugely popular. If planning to eat there, it is highly advisable to book beforehand especially at weekends. There are a good selection of other local pubs just 2 or 3 miles away in Kimbolton and Upper Dean.
Once we get past the ‘early season’ and the number of campers increase, we offer our highly popular breakfast baps in the barn on a Sunday morning and also the Monday on a bank holiday. We offer griddled bacon, sausage, burger and egg, cooked to order in any and all combinations. This is served up in a breakfast roll with ‘help yourself’ tea and coffee included. Experience has shown that this is welcome option on ‘packing up day’.