Oxfordshire Campsites

Camping in Oxfordshire

Year round, Oxford and Oxfordshire are the perfect destination for all the family, regardless of the weather. Oxfordshire is a beautiful county with a varied landscape and hidden treasures if you know where to look, making camping in Oxfordshire the perfect choice for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.

Oxford

camping in OxfordshireThis campsite is a perfect base for exploring the city with its dreaming spires. There are fabulous walking and cycling paths available, or take advantage of the excellent public transport facilities. A convenience store is just a 5-minute walk away, or the city of Oxford is just a mile down the road. One of the best ways to explore the city is with a walking tour, while Oxford Castle and the University of Oxford Botanic Gardens are well worth visiting while you are in the area. A little further afield are Didcot Railway Centre, the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens and Blenheim Palace.

More about Oxford

For a romantic city break, or a cultural experience, the city of Oxford should be top of your list. Famous for its history and heritage, dreaming spires, superb architecture and ancient university, Oxford is a vibrant city set in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.

Beyond the city limits, you will discover buzzing market towns surrounded by stunning countryside offering plenty of walking opportunities for all levels of ability with short and long distance paths. In addition, the county is only 50 minutes from London by train, so it’s quick and easy to escape from the hustle and bustle of the nation’s capital.

All campsites in Oxford offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach, and no visit to the county would be complete without visiting Blenheim Palace, the Ashmolean Museum or Bicester Shopping Village. Whatever the season, camping in Oxford is the perfect holiday for all the family.

Remember you can always look at our What's on area to find local events and attractions.

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