Monday, 02, Sep 2013 04:14
Boasting 14 acres of woodland and open camping areas, Theobalds Park Club Site is steeped in natural beauty and wildlife with rabbits and squirrels frequently seen. Just 13 miles from London, the site could provide the ideal base from which to head off to the capital.
Failing that, nearby Enfield offers an impressive array of shops and eateries alongside a number of popular museums. Among the most popular of these is Whitewebbs Museum of Transport.
A medium sized site of 90 hardstanding and grass pitches with electric hook-ups, the park also boasts dishwashing and washing machine facilities alongside payphone and Wi-Fi internet access.
Battery recharge points are available alongside gas cylinder refills. Showers, toilets and wash facilities can also be found on site and pets are welcome.
Open from March 29th to November 5th, the Theobalds Park Club Site charges adults anywhere from £7.75 to £9.45 per person per night, depending on the season, while child fees start at £2.70 per person in low season, moving up to £2.95 in high season. A concession is available for older members along with a family deal in high and mid season.
Non-member charges are meanwhile set at £7.10 per person per night.