Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the caravan site or entrance road.
We are delighted that David Bellamy selected Rutland Greendale Caravan & Camping Park for his personal Award of Distinction 2011.
Beautiful Rutland offers almost every leisure activity: walking, cycling, fishing, sailing, bird-watching, and horse-riding, watersports, art, eating out and visitor attractions to suit all tastes.
Rutland Sailing Club is home to a range of water-sports.
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Do go on to our website where you will find much more about the area and things to do around Rutland Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park.
The Paddock has the following facilities on or around the site.
Choose a Tranquil Touring Park for a warm welcome, clean high-grade facilities and a peaceful time without children
Whissendine is a short walk from the campsite where you will find excellent food at the bistro and two lovely country pubs.
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The National Byway Cycle Trail passes close to Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Site and it’s only a few miles to Rutland Water.
The fee for staying on site for one night is :£11.00 - £12.00 for 2 Adults, 2 Children plus 1 Unit £16.00 - £17.00 for 2 Adults, 2 Children, 1 Unit including Hook-up
Discover Rutland’s history and culture along the Rutland Heritage Trail of six enchanting routes.
Guests love to take a dip in our small swimming pool which is heated by solar panels.
Close-by are Barnsdale Gardens, scene of Geoff Hamilton’s ‘Gardener’s World‘.
The Paddock, Lyndon Road, Manton, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 8RN
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This popular touring park is surrounded by rolling countryside, ideal for walking, cycling, bird-watching or exploring the joys of England’s smallest county.
You can see the only breeding Ospreys in central England or take a cruise on the ‘Rutland Belle’ to the iconic Normanton Church Museum.
For a day trip, Rockingham and Belvoir Castles are good to visit as are Belton and Burghley Houses.
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Our touring pitches are all hard standing with electric hook-up.
We have washing-up and laundry facilities with refrigerator and kettle for guest’s use.
The fees for The Paddock were last updated in 2016.
The heated facilities building is kept spotlessly clean and showers are free.
We offer invaluable advice about the area and things to do in Rutland.
We’re looking forward to greeting you here soon.
Rutland Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park is a no-smoking campsite.
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Order milk, free range eggs, local village honey, chutney’s and preserves from the site shop.
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We are fortunate to have dozens of guests who return throughout each year as they find Wing Hall the authentic, friendly and quiet campsite which many thought to be a thing of the past.
Facilities that are off site within one mile of the entrance
It’s very special to add to the Gold Awards the site has achieved for conservation and protection of wildlife and birds in the wonderful Rutland countryside around us.
This site was last visited by a Site Officer in 2016.
The following fees are just given as a guide, so please always check with the site.
The village has a working windmill renowned for its organic flour.
Additionally, you can hire cycles, self-inflating mattresses, and barbecues or even improve your photography and bird-watching knowledge.
Our county town of Oakham is ‘rich in history and character’ with good quality shops, pubs, restaurants, Oakham Castle and prize winning brewer Oakham Ales.
Greendale Farm Caravan & Camping Park is just off the A606 in Rutland.