We visited on a weekend when they hosted a Jazz Night. Initially I wasn't sure about this campsite as it appeared to be rather gimmicky. Far from it. It's one of the nicest campsites we have stayed at. Even better with Jazz and Bramblebee Farm burgers and chips! The site used to be a horticultural business (trees). That shows! I don't think any two trees were the same, and most were highly unusual. The site was clean and tidy, the owners friendly and chatty and all Covid regulations were strictly adhered to. We will be back (definitely as we're already booked for the next one!)
Our family of four (two adults and two children (4 and 1) stayed in one of their non-electric camping pitches this weekend (Friday 18th - Monday 21st September 2020) and we had a truly wonderful time at The Secret Garden Touring Park. Firstly, the pitches for camping (or touring / caravans if you prefer) are spacious, well spaced out, surrounded by beautiful bushes and trees and perfectly kept grassland. Each pitch comes with its own fire pit (with reasonably priced wood available from the shop) for lovely nighttime fires and marshmallows. Before your stay, you're sent directions to your pitch which is so large it really feels like your space. The excellent (and clean!) shower and toilet facilities are only a stones-throw away, even from the perimeter of the park and everything is really well maintained. Everyone there appears to follow the 11pm noise-curfew rules and has friendly respect for each other, giving the whole environment a relaxed and pleasant vibe, whether you are looking for a lovely family setting where your kids can play safely, or an adult experience for some campfire banter. The shop-cum-bar facilities stock everything you need, along with gorgeous locally brewed craft ales, pilsner, gins and ciders in various flavours (beware - they're a little too good). And the main relaxation area with indoor and outdoor seating is a lovely venue for rosy-nosed evenings and sunworshipping days where you can sit and watch the children play in the fields, around the Hobbit Hole and in the trees (they loved the maze too). Over the weekend too, there were some amazing local street food vans which came to serve the campers and locals - Kura Kura (sri Lankan) was our favourite and there was South African and Fried Ice Cream stalls too. It seems everything has been thought of and the site is beautifully laid out - and unlike many sites these days - not one tent on top of another: plenty of room to relax and chill. Harmonious. Apparently they usually have pigs and chickens - but we were more in love with the resident cat who visited for cuddles over the weekend. Helped as well that we were blessed with blue skies! A huge thank you to the owners for a wonderful, relaxing stay. They are always on hand and there to greet you in the shop or cycling around the site and nothing is too much for them - superstars. It's a wonderful site and we've already booked in for May Half Term next year.…
We stayed here for a couple of nights with friends. The pitches are well laid out and facilities are ace. Nice to try the guns and beers on offer. A short drive back to Wisbech for a wander around. The fire pit on every pitch is also a good touch... Will defo be back 👍👍
This is our favourite campsite we have stayed in the UK. Wisbech may not be a holiday destination but we will back just for this site. It truly is like camping in a garden with private pitches surrounded my trees, flowers and plants. The mini on site shop and bar is also a lovely touch.
Never have we stayed in such a place as relaxed and peaceful as this. The owners are always happy to help and the site in general is very clean and tidy, we would make this a yearly visit!! Great place 👌🏻