Oxford Camping and Caravanning Club Site located at 426 Abingdon Rd, Oxford OX1 4XG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 244088

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Susan York

5 Google Rating

This was our 3rd visit. Friendly and helpful wardens keep the site clean and tidy. It is so easy to

5/ 5

This was our 3rd visit. Friendly and helpful wardens keep the site clean and tidy. It is so easy to get into the City Centre with buses every 10 minutes. We had a relaxing and very enjoyable 5 night stay and were able to visit all the best places in the city. Absolutely fabulous. We will return.

frank rispin

5 Google Rating

Great site for caravan camping for Oxford. Pretty compact so gets full. Book if u can. Park and rid

5/ 5

Great site for caravan camping for Oxford. Pretty compact so gets full. Book if u can. Park and ride to city centre very nearby.

Mike Gibbs

5 Google Rating

This is a lovely site with friendly people running it. It's just two minutes walk to the park and ri

5/ 5

This is a lovely site with friendly people running it. It's just two minutes walk to the park and ride which takes you right into the centre of Oxford and if you have a bus pass it's free! I had a look at it on street view and I wasn't impressed but in reality it's good. The only thing you might not like is the railway line which is nearby. You can hear the trains but we didn't find it a problem.

Sarah Williams

4 Google Rating

Great location, right across the road from the park and ride! If you prefer to walk it is only a 3

4/ 5

Great location, right across the road from the park and ride! If you prefer to walk it is only a 30minute walk along the river Thames right to the city centre.

Chris Amos

4 Google Rating

Friendly busy site near a park and ride into Oxford. This is the sixth time we have been here. One o

4/ 5

Friendly busy site near a park and ride into Oxford. This is the sixth time we have been here. One of our favourite.

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