If you want to relax and enjoy a very natural rural campsite, to read or walk
or fish or look at Birds, Cattle, Sheep, Ponies, then you will find it here.
We have on the Campsite, for no charge, a Bird Hide, Fridges Freezers, and some
Karma farm has been farming ecologically from 1983, rearing cattle, sheep, pigs and
chickens over the years as well as growing a variety of crops. In 2008 we started
the small campsite in one of our peaceful meadows near the river bank. Many
campers return due to the peaceful, quiet and casual nature here, and have a discount
on camping fees. The river Lark and its flood plain is great for bird life (see
below picture). The location is perfect for walking, canoeing, fishing, bird watching,
cycling and a range of other activities perfect for the whole family.
Since new regulations to control the Pandemic, each Yurt has a campsite shower, but
due to the virus, all other campers may use their own solar shower bags in some fresh
open air screened off areas, also each group has use of their own lockable toilet,
and a washbasin. We have limited camping spaces available, just 5 electric hook up
pitches but many well spaced and private “non electric hook up” Tent or Camper van
pitches. We like small groups together but remember a condition is no loud noises
after 11 pm, please.
There is plenty to do and see in the local area. For nature lovers there’s the oldest
National Trust wetland in Wicken Fen, and the
Lakenheath Fen, RSPB site.
Chippenham Fen is just 4 miles from the campsite, Wicken about 6 miles, Ely or
Newmarket are 8 miles away.
The local area
Visit the world famous Horse racing at Newmarket. Punting on the river Cam in Cambridge.
Just 17 miles from the Campsite.
There is plenty to visit and do in the local area: Isleham village has a 930 year
old Priory and a 500 year old church. Three good pubs, a well stocked Co-op, a Chinese
take away, a hairdresser, and a good sports field where cricket and football are
Ely Cathedral is visible from the river bank which is next to the campsite. ( seen
in this photo). Only 15 minutes drive away is the home of horse racing, Newmarket.
Slightly further away is the fabulous tourist destination of Cambridge one of the
most popular historical cities in England- where one can enjoy a punt on the river
cam, or visit the Fitzwilliam museum and one of the colleges of Cambridge university.
The river Lark is 100 meters from the campsite and fishing and canoeing are possible
in the slow waters of a fen land river.
Most years we have several Avocets hatch some chicks on the wet land you see in
this photograph, also Swans and Godwits and Little Ring Plovers and Barn Owls. Some
local bird watchers think Isleham is as good as Wicken Fen or anywhere, to see rare
and interesting wildlife. Perfect for anybody with National Trust membership Wicken
fen, the first National Trust nature reserve in the country,or Anglesey Abbey,and
the RSPB Lakenheath fen where bitterns commonly breed. All are less than 20 minutes