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Rutland is the smallest County of England & an ideal place to relax & rediscover yourself. Famous not just for Rutland Water but also its countryside, tranquillity, cuisine, lifestyle & heritage.
This a campsite with no electric points,Generators only to be used between 10 am and 1pm
Situated between Leicester, Nottingham and Peterborough. this Lantern and Larks Campsite at Exton Park Estate is in a great place to explore the surrounding area. If you're looking for a quiet, rural, luxury break then look no further!
Wing Hall Caravan and camping site have astounding views across the countryside of Rutland. Close to the beautiful walks around Rutland Water
Some information about Rutland from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Despite being the smallest county in England Rutland has a lot to offer you, hence the county motto ‘Multum In Parvo’ which means ‘Much in Little’.
Outdoor sports are extremely well catered for with plenty of walking and cycling available, plus fishing, golfing and the huge choice of watersports that take place on Rutland Water. A man made, yet beautiful reservoir, where there is also a nature reserve for you stroll round and enjoy the wildlife.
And if you like cycling, Rutland Water is a great place to start, with a pretty trail which requires little effort.
If you are looking for inspiration for garden landscaping challenge, why not visit Barnsdale Gardens, Britains largest collection of individually designed gardens.
Take the time to visit Normanton Church, which has been raised up on its own little island to avoid being flooded, and see how it appears to float.