National Watersports Centre Campsite, Nottingham

Water Sports Centre
  • Location and surroundings - Ok, nothing more.
  • Facilities available - not the best!
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Access for larger vans
3.3

Summary

OK when visiting the Notts area, would n’t want to stay too long!

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3.29 (34 votes)

The National Watersports Centre Campsite is just to the south of Nottingham. The campsite is part of the National Watersports Centre Complex. As a result, the site can be busy!

National Watersports Centre Campsite – facilities

  • Shower/toilet block
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Fresh water and grey water dumping points
  • Plenty of refuse collection points
  • Gas sold on site
  • Hard standing pitches with electric hook up
  • Grass pitches with electric hook up
  • Tee-pee for hire!

It is fair to say the shower/toilet facilities are not of the same standard as those on some of the CCC sites I have used, but staff kept the facilities cleans despite a fairly busy weekend. Hot water supply was plentiful.

For those seeking a pitch near Nottingham or for the energetic seeking a water sports based weekend, then as a venue, the National Watersports Centre Campsite may serve you well.

Opening dates, pricing and booking information is available on this website.

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