Great Easter weekend at Virginia Lakes.Everyone I saw was either enjoying or had a really good time.There are full facilities with special attention for the disabled .Shop/ bar/ fresh cooked food available, with seating either inside or outside.Play area for children within eyeshot of the facilities & campsite.The lake area is very well kept & really peaceful to either relax or fish in.There is an abundance of birds & wildlife all around the Lake & area, really lovely campsite to visit.Thanks Louise &Andy from Anne & Rick
Tina Shorrocks posted on Virginia Lake Caravan Park.'s timeline:
"Just spent the bank holiday here , the owners were very helpful and friendly , the site was peaceful and relaxing and pulled a good pint. my husband said the fishing was excellent "simply the best"
will be back "
'Sue and I have stayed at this site several times. First in caravan, then a tent but due to my health we had to give that all up. So when we herd about the lodge we jumped at the chance to stay in it and we were not disapointed. There is plenty of room for 2 double blow up beds, it is lovely and warm with hot and cold water, a sink, fridge and microwave oven - so if you just want a fishing lodge or a family place to stay I would highly recomend the lodge. The bonus is you have not got a caravan to tow, or tent to put up - just load your car up with your camping gear and you are set up in mins giving more time to fish or relax.'The Lazy Lodge.
Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit: Touring Caravan Rating: Excellent
Reviewer: Karanxszia 3 reviews from this member
We have stayed here several times this year. It's a great site, with very good facilities. The owners can't do enough to help you, they are such lovely people. There's a great fishing lake for those that like to fish. They can also arrange clay pigeon shooting (off site). The bar is open Thurs-Sat (may be open extra nights over bank holidays) and offers good beer and food. Sometimes there's also entertainment.
Just so that you are aware, the further half of the site is for seasonal pitches. There are a few seasonal pitches on the touring side of the site, but they are not a problem in any way, and you shouldn't be put off by this.
The site is easy to get to, and is in easy reach of Wisbech and Kings Lynn.
Will be be going back? You bet we will.
Had a great weekend at Virginia Lake over the Bank Holiday. Thanks Andy, Louise and Ted for making us welcome (as always).
It's always good to spend some chill out time here. Great to meet up with Jill, Brian and the gang again as well.
29 August 2012 at 18:25
Virginia Lake Caravan Park.
Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit: Motorhome
Reviewer: Rosiehome 1 review from this member
Visited Virginia Lake this weekend and have to say it is one of the nicest sites we have stayed on so far. We visited with a motorhome and had plenty of space to put up the awning. Louise and Andy made you feel very welcome. The toilet and shower facilities are very clean and the showers are free. We ate in the clubhouse on Saturday night and the food was fantastic and very good value for money. If you like to fish then the lake is superb and even if you are a beginner you will not be disappointed, we caught at least 10 to 15 carp between us in two hours, between the thunderstorms. Clay pigeon shooting is also arranged on site. This is a very nice campsite, with good facilities and is set in very pleasant surroundings. We will be going back very soon.
Richard Payne commented on Virginia Lakes's status:-
Richard wrote: "Just spent 2 weeks @ Virginia lake caravan park great times!! Great fishing, great food and great company - if your planning a camping holiday give here a try you won't be disappointed :)"
Had a great 4 days at this site, very friendly and and welcoming owners.
Very well stocked lake with large fish which was great, it kept my eight year old interested and busy for most of the weekend, his biggest catch was 10lb, we had a couple of nice peaceful days sat around it.
Toilets, showers and facilities were lovely and very clean, plenty of room in the shower cubicles and nice hot water.
Nice little shop on site which sold a bit of everything, catered from fisherman's needs to basic bits of grocery's.
The Clubhouse had a nice friendly welcoming atmosphere, the weekend we stayed it had an artist on one evening, bingo and a disco on other evenings, myJune 2012 eight year old thought it was fab, he got to play pool and darts, it also serves reasonable meals which were delicious and would definitely recommend.
We visited King's Lynn and Wisbech during our stay both nice towns with plenty of shops and supermarkets and didn't find it hard finding somewhere to park our motorhome which was an added bonus.
Overall view, loved the site and would recommend it, for us it was worth the four hour drive to get there, can't wait for another long weekend to go back.