Camping and Caravanning Club Kingsbury
- Location and surroundings
- Pricing and value for money
- Facilities available
- Access for larger units
Good stopover, nice base for a long stay.
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The Camping and Caravanning Club Kingsbury is one of the CCC’s sites that is open all year round. Despite being a mid-week arrival, the site was fairly busy, with a 50-50 split between motorhomes and caravans. One pitch occupied a huge tandem axle American RV – clearly demonstrating the size of some of the pitches available.
Although arriving after the office had closed, we received a friendly welcome from the staff in attendance and were then offered a pitch that easily swallowed the Kontiki. This hard stand was formed of pebbles and is definitely ideal for all year round use.
In common with many of its sister sites within the CCC network, the Camping and Caravanning Club Kingsbury offers the following on site facilities.
- Two amenity blocks (only one was open during our stay as this is the winter season. This block offered under floor heating)
- Good sized pot wash area with large sinks
- Large motorhome service point
- Chemical disposal point
- WiFi (charge payable)
- Children’s play area
- Choice of pitches – grass with/without electric and hard stand with electic
Standing next door is the Kingsbury Water Park offering some pleasant walks, model boating, dog walking, cycle hire, picnic areas, play area, café and so on. More details of Kingsbury Water Park can be found by clicking here. Even on a late winter’s day midweek, the park was fairly busy with walkers and……..ducks!
Camping and Caravanning Club Kingsbury – close to the NEC.
From time to time, large events such as the caravan and boat show, Crufts and Hobby Crafts take place at the NEC. The NEC is about a 20 minute drive from the Camping and Caravanning Club Kingsbury. As a result, this site if often very being, being an ideal place to stop when visiting the NEC. Further afield, there is Birmingham with its Bullring Shopping Centre housing Selfridges, whilst chocoholics may enjoy a trip to Cadbury World!
Located just a couple of miles from the M42, this site is also a good stopover for those travelling on the North East/South West corridor. It is easier to approach from junction 9 of the M42.