Greenhill Farm Leisure Park is a family run site situated in the heart of the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. Nestled between the beauty of the Cotswolds and the scenic Chiltern Hills, our caravan and camp site is well positioned to allow you to explore the many attractions in the area.
The Park is ideally situated by being close to Oxford with good accessibility to main roads being 5 miles from junction 9 of the M40 and 3 miles from the A34. We are also close to numerous places of interested as described in the ‘Attractions’ page.
We offer both hardstanding pitches for large caravans and motorised vehicles, and soft pitches for campers. Our facilities are maintained to the highest standard.
We are particularly proud of our surrounding environment as the Park is beautifully situated next to a Conservation Area with nurtured forestry and wildlife preserve. In addition, the Oxford Canal/River Cherwell runs through part of the Park, with lovely walks and free fishing (rod licence required). Expect to see wildlife such as deer in the nearby fields and the numerous owls and buzzards that live in the area. For the young ones (both young and young-at-heart) there are baby goats and other petting animals at many times of the year.
Come join us - we are open year-round, and we offer amenities to make your camping and caravanning experience one of the best!
dog exercising area
- Broughton Castle
- Cotswold Wildlife Park
- Cogges Manor Farm Museum
- Waterfowl Sanctuary
- Millets Farm Centre
Based on 2 review(s)
Shropshire 22 Aug 2011
Not very impressed, all nice and clean, however we did feel like we were being constantly watched to see when we would fall fowl of the many rules. I was told in no uncertain terms that my dog must be on a lead at ALL times, or we would be ejected from the site. It was however perfectly acceptable for there 12+15 chickens to wander were they liked defecating at leisure, which included in the car and right inside the caravan. Apparently there should be quiet after 10pm, this was in no way controlled, a camper van very close to us did manage to party and then wash up noisily at the sinks right up to 1am. The Wardens at the time were entertaining there own guests!! Not what I would expect for £30 per night for a family. I would recommend a nice quiet CL and would not stay on this site again.
West Oxfordshire 07 Jun 2009
Our second year back at this campsite and it was as good as our first visit. The owners are very welcoming and helpful. The pitches on the gently sloped main field are very generous and well kept. The two toilet blocks were always clean but the small number of facilities struggled to cope with the number of people at the site during the school holidays. Having said that I don’t know of any site that would have been any different during a high season week. The shop supplied the essentials along with fishing tackle for use in the lakes. There is a generous kids area which has a ball playing field and play park. The owners tell me that the construction of a new building adjacent to the current shop will be the new shop and tea rooms although I’m not sure when it will be opened. There are plenty of areas to walk the dog from a designated off the lead area on site to my favourite, a 15 minute stroll across the fields to Bletchingdon and The Blacks Head pub. My kids and dog were welcome inside and the beer is good. The pub opened early in the morning for breakfasts and had a reasonable supply of newspapers for sale. Overall a very nice site set close to Oxford which is ideal for those wet days and I look forward to camping there again. Greenhill Farm Caravan and Camping Leisure Park