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Trentfield Farm

Laneham, Retford, Nottinghamshire



Trentfield Farm in Laneham is a fantastic caravan and camping site, perched on the banks of the River Trent. Our idyllic location makes us perfect for a relaxing and peaceful holiday in Nottinghamshire. We are just a short drive from Sherwood Forest, Clumber Park & Sundown Adventureland.

Our scenic park is the perfect place to escape from the pressures of modern life. We offer pitches for tents, caravans, motorhomes and VW campers. The park has flat level grass pitches, optional electric hook up and 4 way pitches for groups. We welcome BBQs but not campfires and fire pits.

There are two fields at the farm, the rally field and the main field. The rally field is adjacent to the river and is best suited to camping with electric and non-electric pitches. The main field is ideal for touring caravans, motorhomes and groups wishing to book together.

We have a great range of facilities at our park, including a modern amenity block as well as non-communal family washrooms, a recycling facility, and a large washing up area as well as a washing machine and tumble drier. There is also a useful vending machine for milk etc.

Our park is a fantastic base for exploring the local area. We are only a short stroll from two pubs; the Ferry Boat Inn is a 10-minute walk down the tow path, and in the village The Bee’s Knees serves award-winning ales and houses a renowned gin library. Both pubs also serve delicious food.

The local area has lots of gorgeous walks to enjoy, including miles of river walks and cross country/field footpaths. Clumber Park offers truly stunning grounds to see. Alternatively, head to Doddington Hall, a wonderful Georgian property with a fabulous walled garden, gatehouse and family church. Further attractions to visit include:

Sundown Adventureland.
GO Ape!
Nottingham Caves.
Sherwood Forest & The Major Oak.
Newstead Abbey.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates: Please see website.
Open dates: From end of March to end of October.

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