Set in rolling countryside, this beautiful, tranquil, adult-only, touring caravan & camping park has just twelve pitches. Perfect for those wanting a relaxing break yet with much to offer nearby. Greendale rests half a mile outside Whissendine. This attractive village has a great dog-friendly pub, bistro-cafe and well-stocked shop. You’ll also find a beautiful church and a working windmill producing organic flours.
Great walking, cycling, birdwatching and heritage, are on your doorstep. There’s plenty to do in the area too – you’ll find lots more information on this website – but the campsite has an excellent array of walks, cycle-routes, guides and maps in their information-stop too!
On site are hard-standing pitches with electric hook-up, showers, toilets and a little shop. The small heated pool is very popular in the summer months too.
Greendale has an ongoing commitment to conservation and the environment. The David Bellamy Gold Award was achieved in 2012/13. Birdwatching is a most rewarding pastime. The landscaped gardens are planted to attract butterflies, bees and birds.
Greendale is easily found nestled in farmland between Oakham and Melton Mowbray, about half a mile from the A606.
|Touring pitches suitable for tents||Pitch||24 Hours||£19 to £28|
Gradings & Awards
Date From: 01/01/2019
Tel (1): +44 01664 474516
Email: [email protected]
Arrival after 1.30. Departure by 12 midday unless negotiated.
For caravans and large motorhomes – Access strongly advised via A606 – Oakham to Melton Mowbray road. Please do not approach through Whissendine Village.
Further directions supplied on booking.
Greendale Farm is about 1/2 mile from Whissendine village and the bus stop. The busses run daily except Sunday and are direct to Melton Mowbray and Oakham.
Oakham train station provides rail connections across the country via Leicester, Nottingham and Peterborough.