Camping in Northamptonshire - A List of Northamptonshire Campsites
Althorp is the birthplace of Diana, Princess of Wales. The Spencer family have lived here for over 20 generations. The house is open to visitors as well as the island in the Round Oval where Princess Diana is laid to rest.
Cottesbrooke Hall, a wonderful Queen Anne house, contains collections of furniture and fine porcelain. It has beautiful gardens, with huge 300 year old cedar trees. The house and gardens are open to the public.
Peterborough is a cathedral city, set in the Fens. The cathedral has three enormous Gothic arches at the front, making it a most imposing building. it is known for housing two queens, buried beneath the paving - Katherine of Aragon and Mary Queen of Scots. The Nene Valley railway is a preserved railway, there is a museum located beside the railway station.
Corby is an industrial town. Many Scottish people moved to Corby and it has strong links with Scotland. An annual \'Highland Gathering\' of music and dancing is held in the town. Corby is the only place in England (apart from London) with two Church of Scotland churches.
Towcester is a small town and the oldest in the county, with evidence of stone age and iron age settlements. It was a busy coaching town. Towcester is famous for its racecourse and hosts 19 National Hunt race meetings each year. Silverstone, near Towcester is the motor racing circuit, famous for being the home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 1948.
Campsites in Northamptonshire
Barton Road, Kettering, Northants, NN15 6NJ
Pitches: 120 | Season: Easter - October
Crow Lane, Northampton, NN3 9DA
Pitches: 900 | Season: March - November
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