We recently stayed for 6 nights on pitch 17 near the exit it was shaded by the trees this would have been perfect for us had it been really hot which sadly it wasn’t. It’s near the road but we didn’t really notice the traffic after a while. Very close to the water, waste bins and toilets so perfect for us. The first couple of days was noisy with several children tearing around on their bikes otherwise it was nice and quiet. Large children’s play area at the back of the park near the dog walk.
The more open sunnier areas of the park is a bit like a caravan parking area all on top of each other, this isn’t to our taste but each to their own. The pitches are small but if you look in the details it does show the car is to parked in front of the pitch nothing is hidden so shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Toilet block is clean and warm, first shower as you walk in is amazing really powerful but you may need to adjust the head.
Dog area is small but fine for a toilet stop and a short stroll. Glamping pods opposite it.
Hundreds of rabbits lovely to watch them play and chase each other, there was even a hedgehog just outside our caravan one evening.
TV reception really poor but there are TV Ariel points at the electric points.
A lot of hedges, walkways pitches etc could have done with a little TLC, no flowers except at reception, I would say not the usual high standard for Caravan and Motorhome sites. Reception has a small selection of gifts, cakes sweets caravan bits no milk bacon etc I guess no need as so near to town. Wardens were all lovely really friendly.
Easy walk to town along the busy road, grass verges both side so not unpleasant just a little noisy. Market on a Tuesday worth a visit. Budgens at the end of the town is great post office in there too, small Tesco and Co op in town and Aldi the other way. Had fish and chips from Mermaid Fish bar cash only was delicious. Didn’t try any on site food.
A lot of places eg National Trust, Fosseway garden centre Cotswold Farm don’t allow dogs worth checking before you go anywhere so you won’t be disappointed. Dog friendly in lots of other places and cafes though.
We visited just about all the villages in the area, very picturesque but busy, obviously lots of tourists, loved upper and lower Slaughter especially, if you like churches St John the Baptist in Burford (dog friendly) is worth a visit plus it has a lovely coffee shop and garden. Eating out is expensive in most places so worth being prepared if you don’t want to pay about £25/30 for a sandwich and 2 drinks. All in all we were glad we had visited and had a good time but won’t be back as too many other places to explore 😀