Twickenham Englands Rugby HQ 

Home of English rugby Twickers is a fantastic day out. Be sure to get there early and take in the entertainment and atmosphere and that's before you even get in the stadium. We recommend a lovely campsite, which is situated just off the M25, but outside of any congestion charges or restrictions. Getting to the stadium couldn't be easier as it's just over an hour on public transport and even quicker by taxi. 
Tourist attractions in close proximity are: 
Hampton Court 
Chessington World of Adventure (so there's something for all the family) 
London Bus Museum 
Thorpe Park 
 
 
 
 
 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 
Walton on Thames Camping and Caravanning Club Site 
Fieldcommon Lane 
Surrey 
KT12 3QG 
024 7647 5426 
Description 
A well equiped, quiet and traditional campsite with easy access to public transport from where you can easily get to Twickenham or further afield to explore the Capital.  
Facilities include: 
• Designated dog walk 
• Gas cylinders 
• Motorhome service point 
• Storage facilities 
• Childrens play area 
• Pets welcome 
• Club Site Wi-fi 
• Caravans Allowed 
• Motorhomes Allowed 
• Tents Allowed 
• Trailer Tents Allowed 
• Grass only pitch (no electric) 
• Grass pitch with electric hook-up 
• Hardstanding with electric hook-up 
• Fishing (licence may be required) 
 
 
Amenities 
Electric hook up available 
Toilet block 
Shower Block 
Shop 

Things to do nearby 

If you've time to take in some sights there's plenty to do on the doorstep. 
Hampton Court 
Chessington World of Adventure 
London Bus Museum 
Thorpe Park 
Hampton Court 
Hampton Court Palace was the palatial home of King Henry VIII and his six wives. 
 
Explore this magnificent and lavish palace and uncover the fascinating history of how it became central to the Tudor dynasty. 
 
Scenes from the 2018 film, the Favourite, were filmed at the palace. The costumes from the film are on display in the rooms that were used for filming. 
 
The palace is an fun and informative day out for the whole family with excellent facilities, including toilets, a cloakroom, free Wi-Fi, maps, baby changing and dedicated accessible facilities. 
London Bus Museum 
The London Bus Museum exhibition, displays over 100 years worth of London Transport history. 
 
The London Bus museum is operated by the Preservation Trust.  
There are many unique vehicles on display including Victorian horse drawn buses and a range through to the buses you'll see on the today. 
Chessington World of Adventure 
Nearby Chessington has 33 rides, a Zoo and has a Sea Life Centre. 
There are ten unique themed lands, each offering rides, attractions, and plenty of places for a break and bite to eat. 
Pirates Cove, Land of the Dragons, Market Square and Wild Asia are just a few of the lands to explore. 
The Zoo at Chessington boasts over 1,000 animals from all over the world including many endangered species. 
Chessington Sea Life Centre. Takes you on a journey through The Shoreline, The Reef, Azteca and Amazonia. 
Thorpe Park 
28 rides, including 7 rollercoasters and 5 water-rides, Thorpe Park is an excellent day out for the entire family. 
 
Stealth is the theme park's most famous ride, taking you from 0-80mph in a stagerring 1.8 seconds. 
 
Located on an island, Thorpe Park's setting creates a unique water-based theme. 
 
There's plenty to do for all ages,and a wide choice of places to ea, drink and take a break from the excitement. 
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