Based just outside of a quaint village, with a local pub that serves meals throughout the day. Surrounded by Marina’s for any boat enthusiasts to dock or visit, with nearby lakes for walks & fishing. 8 miles from Cambridge city centre, 14 miles from New market, 5 miles from Ely. Nearby amenities feature such things as a local hairdressers, doctors and dentist and supermarkets are all close by.
The park home site is only a stone’s throw away from the number of marinas making it an ideal location for those who are fishing enthusiasts or simply want to be close by to the water. The park consists of 3 phases, each surrounded by secure fencing and accessible only by electric entrance gates.
During the 18th and 19th centuries, St. Ives was a hub of trade and navigation, but as the railway network expanded and roads improved, the use of the River Great Ouse declined. It is now mostly used for leisure boats, recreation and the drainage of The Fens.
There are exciting nature walks and angling clubs along the river banks, and the cities and towns of Cambridge, Ely, Newmarket and St. Ives are only a short distance away, offering many exciting opportunities including shopping, golfing, racing, boat trips and so much more.