Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford

Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford
  • Location and surroundings
  • Facilities available
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Access for larger vans
4.3

Summary

Great spot for exploring Oxford, good transit stop over when heading South/East.

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4.81 (37 votes)

The Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford is very easy to find and is well sign posted. The booking had been made by telephone due to the motorhome being over sized and the “no problem” approach when booking was also apparent when checking in too. I observed how busy the site looked and noted the majority of units on site to be motorhomes, but also quite a few tents.

Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford

Plenty of motorhomes in residence at the Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford

Once booked in, I was given an information leaflet about the site and it’s facilities:

  • Amenity block with toilets/showers (see extra note below)
  • Chemical disposal point
  • WiFi (charge payable)
  • Laundry
  • Pot washing
  • Choice of pitch types (season dependant), grass, grass with electric or hard stand with electric

There is no motorhome service point on site, but there is a fresh water tap by reception where a few motorhomers seemed to “top up” before pitching. There are also plenty of fresh water taps around the site, and a centrally located grey water dump

Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford – “old and functional like the staff!”

The toilet block is old-fashioned and dated, but that said, it was spotlessly clean and the showers were hot, with a variable temperature control, rather than the push button type. Now the amusing part – the site staff described the facilities as “old and functional – like the staff!”

The site information leaflet also described the walking route into Oxford, via the banks of the River Thames. This pleasant stroll took us about 30 minutes or so. There are buses from outside the site into Oxford city centre, Abingdon and other destinations.

The Camping and Caravanning Club Oxford offered a lovely, informal and relaxing atmosphere, within easy walking distance of the city. “Your Place in the Country 2014” does suggest that the location, being close to the city centre, may cause this to be a bit noisy from time to time, but we did not find it troublesome. Trains do pass by but this was not troublesome either.

Being under a mile from the A34, this is also a good overnight stop over for the North East/South/South East corridor. The site is open all year round and pricing is available on the CCC website

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