Top Lodge Caravan Club Site in Corby is set in a tranquil, open meadowland location surrounded by attractive woodland. The caravan park is a superb place for leisurely wanderings in lovely landscapes; birds, deer and a profusion of wild flowers will delight the senses. Within a short distance from the caravan park you have the town of Stamford – one of the most perfectly preserved stone towns in England, it has a rich history and boasts many historic medieval buildings. Also within easy access from Top Lodge Caravan Club Site, you can opt for a romantic cruise on the Rutland Belle or enjoy a scenic walk along the 27 miles of Rutland Water shoreline. There are cycling paths and forest walks conveniently leading from the caravan site entrance. Saturday afternoon group walk with the marshals. Rally Opens 2pm
An eggciting eggstravaganza of eggtivities, with evening socials, an egg hunt and Easter Bonnet Parade.
Enjoy the wonderful views across Pitsford reservoir from the rally field, or take a closer look at the nature and boats with a walk or cycle around the reservoirs edge, Brixworth Country park just a stones throw from the rally field with onsite cafe, bike hire, childrens play area and picnic areas a plenty.
Please remember you levelling blocks, as this is a sloping rally field.
A short drive into Banbury with a great variety of shops and places to eat, and Spiceball Park with childrens play areas and both a river and canal flowing through, following the canal tow path brings you up to the shopping centre with lots to do. Further afield try out Banbury Museum, Upton House and Gardens which is a National Trust property. Join the marshals for an evening at the movies.
Help us celebrate the 75th VE Day Anniversary with a weekend of fun and festivities to honour the heroes of the Second World War. We will mark the anniversary on 8th May with a 1945 inspired street party, fancy dress optional for both vans and occupants! Enjoy the wonderful Rutland countryside on Saturday, great for walking or cycling. With Rutland Water on your doorstep and the market towns of Oakham and Uppingham a short distance away, there is lots to see and do. On Saturday evening we will have a further get together with games, music and fun.
The site overlooks Rutland Water, which is one of the largest artificial lakes in Europe. Set in 3,100 acres of countryside, it has a 23-mile perimeter track for walking or cycling, with cycle hire available less than 3 miles away. Adjacent to the site there is also a pay & play golf course, driving range, garden nursery, nature reserve, bird watching centre and visitor centre as well as the opportunity for sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, fly fishing or pleasure cruising aboard the Rutland Belle.
Bring your bikes and/or boots to explore the surrounding park and lakes, great cycle tracks and plenty of childrens play and picnic areas, or enjoy a train ride on the railway line. Hopefully a few games on the grass, weather dependant and an evening get together. Local Park Run at Nene Park just a stones throw away. Take a trip into Peterborough for some shopping, there is plenty to do!!!
Take in the sights from this great venue, lovely views and great walks and routes to ramble. Quiet weekend with Saturday BBQ social. Visit the picturesque town of Olney or short drive to Milton Keynes for shopping, down the road from Emberton Park
A new venue for Northants & Rutland, Manor Farm Fishing is an extensive 100 acre fishery based in Bedfordshire, with easy access from the A1, With 7 fishing lakes a touring caravan site with electric hook up.
A few things to check out locally too, Shuttleworth Collection, Herrings Green Activity & Bird of Prey Centre or Biggleswade A1 retail park.
Fantastic rally field at Stoke Bruerne located on the canal side, with walks and cycle ways to follow. There will be games on the lawn, afternoon tea & Pimms and an evening social, (all weather permitting).
The canal museum is a short walk and in the village is Rookery Farm which is great for kids to see and pet lots of farm animals. Two local real ale pubs, The Boat Inn right on the lock or great food also at the Navigation Inn, again canal side with a garden to sit and watch the boats float by. Just a short drive into Milton Keynes for shopping or try your hand at the snow dome.
Old Fashion whist drive, Friday legs down, find yourself a partner for partner whist and learn the game, Saturday night social let the game begin. Locally explore the Nature reserve at Hardwater crossing, or take in the shops at Riverside or Rushden Lakes, which also includes lovely nature walks around the lakes.
Enjoy a relaxing rally in lovely countryside surroundings, watch the karting on track and possibly some bikes, visit the local garden centre or canal shop. Enjoy walks on the towpath and enjoy the countryside views.
Bring a friend with you and introduce them to rallying with Northants & Rutland and you will both receive a voucher for money off a future rally.
The Chairmans rally with fundraising throughout the weekend for the Alzheimer’s Society.