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Whittlebury Park Golf & Country Club is set in over 600 acres of picturesque parkland, designated a site of special landscape beauty with magnificent oaks that are hundreds of years old, and over a dozen fresh water lakes.

We are situated next to the world famous Silverstone Racing Circuit and have our own private paths into the circuit. Being the closest campsite to the circuit, our regular guests have been enjoying our facilities for many years.

Whittlebury Park provides camping all year round, and parking for all of the major race meetings.

You can now book camping for any of the events below through our online booking system. For any queries please call 01327 85 00 27

2015 Event Calendar


10 - 12 APRIL

24 - 26 APRIL

3 MAY

22 - 24 MAY

30 - 31 MAY

5 - 7 JUNE

20 - 21 JUNE

2 - 5 JULY

24 - 26 JULY

2 AUGUST

28 - 30 AUGUST

6 SEPTEMBER

26 - 27 SEPTEMBER

2 - 4 OCTOBER




WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP

BRITCAR 24HR

RED BULL WINGS FOR LIFE

BLANCPAIN ENDURANCE SERIES

BRITISH GT'S

INTERNATIONAL GT CHAMPIONSHIP

MG LIVE

FORMULA ONE BRITISH GRAND PRIX

SILVERSTONE CLASSIC

*FORD FAIR

WORLD SERIES BY RENAULT

TRAX

BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP

BRITISH SUPERBIKES



Dates are subject to change.

We are the official campsite for Ford Fair & Trax 2015.
* Camping for FORD FAIR has to be booked through the Ford Fair website



Due to the recent news of Silverstone Circuit hosting the British Grand Prix for the next 16 years we are in the process of undergoing major refurbishment and development on the site and buildings to further improve our facilities for the future.

2015 Offers @ Whittlebury Park

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Winter Stay & Play Packages

Stay & Play Packages Stay & Play packages available from �74 per person* for 36 holes of golf, two course evening meal, overnight accommodation with tea, coffee & full English breakfast. *based on two people sharing

Golf tip of the day

Hit from one side of the green to the other to practice long putts. Making a 70-footer is something we're very unlikely to do; it doesn't make sense to aim at the cup. You'll only be disappointed when the ball doesn't go in.
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