Find answers to our most frequently asked questions 

Lodge related questions:

What time is check in & check out?

Check-in is from 3pm, but if you wish to book and early arrival from 12pm, you may, for an additional £25, subject to availability. Check out is strictly 9am. 

What do I need to bring with me?

The lodges are very well equipped, all you need to bring is your clothes, wash bag, and your food and drink, a dressing gown and a spare towel for hot tub use may be a good idea.

Is the fishing price included in the price of the lodge?

Unfortunately not. You can purchase day tickets from the onsite shop and benefit from a resident’s rate and Senior Citizen discounts. 

Is there free WiFi?

Yes, there is very good WiFi in the lodges and the WiFi is free.

Are the hot tubs private?

Yes, each lodge has their own hot tub on the veranda.

Why do we have to pay £100 pre-authorisation swipe?

We take this as a deposit, held against damage to the lodge or for excessive cleaning, the £100 is held to one side in your account until approximately 4 working days after your departure.

Can we bring our own logs?

No, we supply all the logs. Reason being, we need to know that the correct fuel is being burnt, for the safety of our guests and flues. Please call us if you need to purchase additional logs.

Park related questions:

How near to the, nearest village, shops and restaurants is the park?

We have a café on-site (please see café page on this website), the park is situated 1.5 miles from the village of Doddington, (it can be walked to by public footpath), which has two pubs (of which one is dog friendly), two convenience shops, a post office and a fish & chip shop. March is the nearest town, which is 6 miles away, and has major supermarkets, pubs and restaurants.

Are dogs welcome?

Of course, a maximum of 2 dogs in a lodge. We have an excellent "dog off the lead area" and a number of mapped walks around the park and surrounding area too. 

Is the park open all year around?

No,the touring and glamping closes in December, January & February, except for 1 weeks over the New Year Period. The Lodges are open all year round and so is the fishing, except for Christmas Day. 

Can we have our grandchildren come and visit us?

No, sorry we are an adult only park, we only allow children around the lakes if they are fishing and accompanied by an adult.

Is there a bus service nearby?

Yes, we have 3 buses a day (No 56) pass the entrance to the site, these buses go to Doddington, March, March train Station, Tesco’s & Wisbech. There are connecting services from Doddington, but there can be a bit of a wait or walk/drive to Doddington for the departure times.

Fishing related questions:

Can I take my car on to the bank of the fishing lake?

Strictly only if you have a valid blue disabled badge, and the signs aren’t up saying “too wet”. Strictly no dropping off of fishing kit and returning to the car park either. 

What time can I go on the bank to start fishing?

March – October inclusive, from 7am, November – February 8am.

Can I night fish?

No, you can fish up until dusk or 9.30pm, whichever comes first.

Can we hire fishing equipment?

Sorry, we don’t have tackle to hire, we do sell most tackle and bait on site though.

Can I have my dog sat with me on the fishing bank?

If you are a resident, that’s not a problem, obviously your pooch would need to be on a lead, we don’t allow dogs with day fishermen, sorry.

What fish do you have in the lakes and how big are they?

We have Carp to 27lbs, Barbell to 10lbs, Tench to 10lbs, Perch to 3lbs, Cruchian Carp to 3lbs, Chubb to 4lbs, Ide to 6lbs, plus various other species shapes and sizes.