Camping and Caravanning
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The Haxey Gate Golf Course, is a private parkland golf course.
Our par 70 course has 9 greens and 18 tees and is 6053 yards in length.
The course boasts excellent greens and is well maintained.
The course is on normal greens all year round and very rarely closes.
The course is set in an idyllic and peaceful location next to the River Idle. Adjacent to the course is the pub which serves food from 12 everyday.
Golfers can take advantage of special offers including 10% off main meals or 4 pints for £10.
We are fortunate that the campsite sits beside one of the most beautiful spots on the River Idle.
With over a mile of riverfront there is excellent fishing to be had on the riverbank.
It is not unknown to land fish in excess of 20lbs.
With such an enviable stretch of the river Idle, Haxey Quays is the perfect place for that relaxing fishing break you have been promising yourself!
Despite being nestled in the heart of the countryside, there are still plenty of attractions to visit nearby!
Shepherds Place Farm (2 miles)
Petting Farm with Children's play area
Epworth (6 miles)
Historic Market Town famous as the birthplace of John Wesley and Sheridan Smith
The Old Rectory (6 miles)
Grade 1 listed building with links to Methodism
The Trolleybus Museum (9 miles)
World's Largest Collection of Preserved Trolleybuses
Gainsborough Old Hall (9 miles)
500 year old preserved timber framed manor house
Yorkshire Wildlife Park (13 miles)
Award winning Wildlife Park on the edge of Doncaster
Doncaster Dome (14 miles)
Arena and Leisure centre with Ice skating, Swimming etc
Doncaster Racecourse (15 miles)
Home of the St Leger
Frenchgate Shopping Centre (16 miles)
Large shopping centre in the heart of Doncaster
Lincoln Cathedral (26 miles)
Cathedral church of the blessed Virgin Mary built in 1088
Our countryside location means outdoor pursuits don't stop at fishing at golf there are a host of activities that you can take part in nearby.
(Boats available to hire from the pub)
Available during the summer months
Every January, the parish of Haxey takes part in the Haxey Hood, an ancient tradition since the 14th century. It is the oldest tradition in England and therefore crowds gather from far and wide to join in this famous tradition.