Candy Farm Camp Site


Candy Farm Camp Site
Wroot Road
Finningley
Doncaster
DN9 3DZ
Tel: 01302 770861
Mob: 07751 699061
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GPS: Lat: 53.52005 - Lon: -0.94914
Naturists are very welcome. The entrance to the farm is via a bridge over the river Torne. We have a small sign on the left of the bridge.
Directions:
If you need more specific directions, please feel free to call on: 01302 770861.

Traveling from The A1:
1) Turn at Blyth roundabout to Bawtry
2) Straight over lights in Bawtry
3) Turn right to follow A614 towards Thorne
4) Turn right in Finningley village towards Wroot
5) Straight over the cross roads (staggered junction) and it is 2 mile to the farm

Traveling from The M18 (south) Junction 1:
1) Follow the A631 to Bawtry
2) Turn left then right to follow A614 towards Thorne
3) Turn right in Finningley village towards Wroot
4) Straight over the cross roads (staggered junction) and it is 2 mile to the farm

Traveling from The M18 (north) Junction 5:
1) Leave the M18 and join the M180
2) Leave the M180 at J1 (east bound only)
3) Follow the A614 towards Bawtry
4) Turn left at Blaxton roundabout
5) Travel 1/2 mile towards Haxey
6) Turn left at the cross roads towards Wroot
7) It is 2 mile to farm from the crossroads

Traveling from The Doncaster Dome:
1) Follow the A638 towards Bawtry
2) Turn left at lights onto the B1396 towards Haxey
3) Continue straight on until you cross A614 Roundabout
4) Half a mile after the A614 roundabout, turn left at the cross roads towards Wroot
5) It is 2 miles to farm from the crossroads

Finding the Farm:
The entrance to the farm is on the corner via a bridge over the river Torne which is approximately a quarter mile from Candy Corner Fisheries. We have a small sign on the left of the bridge. Ellerholme farm have a big posh sign on the right of the bridge. Go over the bridge turn left into the farm.

Reviews

John & Eunice Wymark-Hoar
08/04/2011

We were Colin and Carol's first customers when he set up several years ago and have been regulars ever since - so we accept that we are a little biased!
That being said we are only two of Candy Farms many regulars who appreciate the peaceful location (on a working farm) with the great views and magnificent sunsets, lovely narture wals.
Peaceful - yes, except when they hold their annual NudeStock jamboree from Whitsun to the first weekend in June) and when the Vulcan bomber takes off from its base at the old RAF Finningley (now Robin Hood airport).
The facilities are basic but adequate (and improving every year), a good pub in the village and shops a few miles away.
Dogs welcome on leads - cattle nearby.
This is the sort of place that naturism needs more of - lots of people arrive and are converted to the clothes free way of life.
Maybe see you there?

James
10/01/2011
Spent a splendid night at Candy Farm, it is located well away from roads or other houses, facilities are basic but adequate, small site but with great views across the countryside.
Best of all was the atmosphere, very relaxed, friendly, and welcoming.
I will be visiting again in 2011.

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