Interesting Things To Do & See


Camping by the River

Relax, Rest & Recharge, is our ethos! Switch off from the daily grind in this most tranquil setting, enjoy the sound of birdsong, and watch the stars twinkle at night. This is a natural camping location so we have not installed play areas, or activity spaces. 

We are happy for you to paddleboard or kayak or swim but this is at your own discretion, we don't supply any equipment for this but you can bring your own.  

Adjacent to campsite there are are numerous designated footpaths to enjoy the surrounding countryside, or have a look at the list below for some inspiration. 


Sutton Courtenay Village

Within a 5 minute drive / 30 minute walk of the site is the village of Sutton Courtenay, which boasts two lovely restaurants, 

The Swan HOME | theswanfoodhouse  and The Fish Sutton Courtenay – Gourmet Restaurant in Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire (  

together with a lovely CAMRA Award winning pub called the George  Freehouse | George And Dragon | England (

There are two convenience shops also in the village, or perhaps you might like to visit the burial place of George Orwell or even spot the former Prime Minister home and subsequent resting place. Prime Minister Asquith hailed form the area. Sutton Courtenay - Wikipedia


Abingdon 10 min Drive

Abingdon-on-Thames | Experience Oxfordshire is hailed as the oldest town in Britain, this is a beautiful market town on the Thames. It has all you might expect from a large town, with plenty of supermarkets, a fantastic craft Brewery named Loose Cannon Brewery ( you can tour the brewery or attend one of their music or quiz nights. There is also an array of independent pubs and restaurants. The  museum is a great stop off and houses the last MG that was built in the town of Abingdon.  

Just on the outskirts of the town is  Millets Farm Centre, Frilford in Oxfordshire this is a large garden centre, with a falconry, mini farm and Maize maze. An entertaining day out for the family.


Within a 30 min Drive

Wittenham Clumps The grassed slopes of The Clumps lead up to summits wooded by the oldest beech tree plantings in England,[2] Wittenham Clumps - Wikipedia

Didcot Railway centre - This is a living museum of the Great Western Railway and home to Thomas the Tank Didcot Railway Centre

Earth Trust - Home - Earth Trust

Golf Courses - Hadden Hill Golf Club Golf in Didcot, Oxford, Oxfordshire with Driving Range | Hadden Hill Golf Club & Frilford Heath Home :: Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxford Drayton Drayton Park Golf Club Abingdon Oxford

Oxford City with all its museums, shopping arts centres and amazing university architecture. Oxford - Wikipedia

Blenheim Castle home to Duke of Marlborough and home to Churchill this is a  fantastic day out both around the grounds and within the castle itself. Blenheim Palace | Kids Go Free Offer

Bicester Village - If you like your brands then head to Bicester to pick up some bargains Your Visit | Bicester Village (

Oxford Wet & Wild Waterpark Think of an obstacle course on water.  Oxford Wet N Wild - Oxfordshires Best Aqua Park and Cafe

High Ropes Oxford Afantastic walk through the tree tops on ropes. HIGH ROPES OXFORD - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (

Within an Hours Drive

Diddly Squat Farm (Jeremy Clarkson Farm)

Highclere Castle Highclere Castle

Newbury Race Course Horse Racing At Newbury Racecourse UK | Newbury Racecourse

Hungerford - know for its abundance of antique shops Home | Hungerford UK (

Cotswold Wildlife park & gardens  Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens


There is plenty to see and do should you tire of the peace and tranquility of the campsite.

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