When can I camp?
Members may camp on grassed areas between 1 April and 30 September. Caravans and campers may also use the car park hard standing October to Marsh. Pods cannot be occupied in January.
You may only stay on site continuously for a maximum of 10 days (unless otherwise licenced).
Tents and caravan cannot be left on site unoccupied between periods of use.
Where can I camp?
You can camp on grassed areas between 1 April and 30 September.
Caravans and campers may also use the car park hard standing October to Marsh.
Unfortunately there are no facilities for mains power in camping areas.
Potable water taps are situated at the western end of the clubhouse and boathouse.
A newly installed outdoor washing up area can be found at the back of the club house.
There are fridges and limited freezer capacity in the clubhouse. Please remove ALL your food at the end of your stay.
The members kitchen is available for washing up and limited cooking (microwave). Please do not use the boiling water tap for filling kettles etc; it has a limited capacity and is there to make hot drinks. If you use the kitchen, please tidy up after yourself.
Security when camping
The main gate should be locked before sunset. Please note that the gate must be kept locked during major events such as RIAT.
The clubhouse should be locked overnight unless there are 5 or more families camping on site. When the clubhouse main door is left unlocked, the foyer light should be left on. If in doubt, lock the gate and clubhouse (all members have keys).
What about my rubbish?
Ideally take your rubbish home with you after our stay. The clubhouse bins are only for waste from The Galley or meals eaten in the clubhouse or on the decking.
The external bins are for dry recycling and landfill waste, please use the appropriate bins if you really need to dispose of waste on site (left-over food, cooking waste and dog waste are NOT dry-recyclable items). As we pay for this service please compact tins and especially plastic bottles to avoid bulking out the bins.