Trentfield Farm Camping and Caravanning. A small, professionally run and friendly camping and caravan site servicing the needs of both national and international visitors.
We are just inside the idyllic hamlet of Church Laneham, an old estate village of the Bishop of York which is steeped in History. Historic documents date the farm way past 1774.
We work on the policy of old fashioned camping and caravanning with all the new amenities and mod-cons!
A new Eco friendly toilet block was a welcome addition in 2005 in addition to the new reception which opened for the 2004 season.
Each customer is provided with a comprehensive information pack on arrival and customer survey card.
Based in North Nottinghamshire, Trentfield Farm is set in-between Historic Lincoln, Newark, Worksop and Gainsborough, immediately on the side of the River Trent where you can fish or watch the water skiing.
The site is level and free draining and we pride ourselves very much in keeping the site neat, clean and tidy. 16 Amp electric hook ups are on the site each with nearby taps, so no need to trek miles for your water.
The site owns Private river frontage with free course fishing for customers on the river, we also have two carp lakes only 10 minutes down the road for a small fee. Two excellent golf courses are just a short drive away.
We are ideally situated for visiting the World Famous area of Sherwood Forest, The Cathedral City of Lincoln, Beautiful Clumber and Rufford Parks and the surrounding areas.
For more details click on our website link at the top of this page.
Quiet secluded location.
The Village Sign
Katie in Reception
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: shop, chemical toilet disposal facilities, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, internet access
Pets are welcome.
From the A1 / A57 junction at Markham Moor:
Pick up & follow the Brown Leisure signs for Sundown Adventureland down the A57 toward Lincoln, and continue to follow these signs. After leaving the A57 and travelling 1.5 miles, Turn Right at the first turning signposted Laneham, Right at the 'T' junction and proceed all the way through the village (past the Butchers Arms and War memorial, towards "Laneham Ferry". Continue through Church Laneham, past the Church on your Right and Ferry Boat Pub on the left, and then the River on the Right, Up the narrow small rise (20 Mph Max) and proceed 300 yards, past Meadow House (You need to be slowing right down now!) and we are on the right. (Look out for the White Stones). Turn left into the site off the drive and report to reception.