Cub Warren is located on the Tabley Estate in the heart of rural Cheshire. The Campsite is ideally suited to those who prefer the privacy of a small campsite exclusively booked for their own use.
Cub Warrens Address
Green Lane, Knutsford ,WA16 0HH
How to find Cub Warren
From the M6 Junction 19, travel towards A556 Northwich.
The campsite is on Green Lane, an unmade road approximately two miles down the road.
As your driving down the A556, the small road to Cub Warren is on your right but you CANNOT turn right into the junction as there are solid white lines in the road.
You can turn around at the next set of traffic lights (approximately a mile further down the road).
Turn left here, and then find a safe place to turn around. Turn right back onto the A556.
Be careful not to miss the junction for Cub Warren (its just after a truck lay-by)
Travel down the unmade road, through the iron bar gate (close it after yourself) and keep going till you get to the campsite gate itself.
Private Campsite in a Rural area
Campfire Circle with Seating
Stainless Steel Kitchen
Indoor Activtiy Room
Running Hot Water
Cub Warren lodge dates back to 19XX and was
re-modernised in 1995. The purpose built building comprises of newly refurbished male and female toilets blocks with a separate adult restroom.
The Kitchen has also been recently fully refurbished with stainless steel worktops, 4 ring hob, oven, running hot water.
The main room is approximately 30x16 feet so can conftably accommodate 30 young people using the provided chairs, benches and tables.
Another new addition is solar powered lighting allowing any activities to go on well into the dark.
Things to do
Cook an egg in an onion, a cake in an orange and dampers on a stick
Make amd light a fire, whittle a peg or build a pionerring roject
Hikes and Walks
Hike the Cheshire countryside during the day or at night
Night under the stars
Sleep out under the stars using survival bags. Can you keep warm?
Cub Warren's perfect for putting your camping knowledge into practice
Access to private fields means wide games can be played with ease