Chipping Norton C&CC Site, Chipping Norton Road, OX7 3PE, Tel 01608641993

To Find Site:-  From Chipping Norton take A361 towards Burford. Watch out for A361 veering off to right and take left turn signed to Chadlington, site also signed, and site is a couple of hundred metres on the right.

This site is situated in open countryside about two miles south of Chipping Norton. It is bordered by the A361 so there will be some daytime noise but this reduces quite a lot by nightfall. The site is open to non-members.  It looks  as if the site road infrastructure has had a recent upgrade with newly tarmacked roads in the main part of the site  with foot wide gravel borders, I assume to soak up excess rainfall? There are 105 pitches, set out in two areas, the main one in front of the reception and a separate higher section along the top end of the site and this is where most of the non-electric pitches are. In common to most C&CC sites are a mix of hardstandings with electrics, grass with electric and grass with no electrics. Most pitches are sloping although some more than others so some levelling will be required. Electric points are handy to the pitches and they use CEE 17 blue plugs and are rated at 16 amps. Water points are situated near the entrance and at the facility block as is grey water disposal. Please note this site does not have a motorhome service point although if you have a waste water carried this can be used at the normal grey water disposal points. The toilet block is of the older variety and whilst perfectly clean and serviceable is not as luxurious as some. The block also contains a laundry, with drying lines behind the block, and dishwash area, it would benefit from a refurbishment. For children there is a nice looking adventure type playground. There is site wide WiFi and time can be purchased online. Reception sells a few essentials as well as Calor Gas there is also a book swap. Next door is a small information room.

The traditional Cotswold market town of Chipping Norton is a couple of miles away by road, perhaps more difficult on foot because of lack of footpaths, and is well worth a visit. For those not wanting to use their own transport there is an hourly weekday bus service from immediately outside the campsite entrance although it does not run much into the evening. In the other direction the bus goes to Witney. All parts of the Cotswold are within easy reach of this campsite. For  eating out opportunities there is a large choice in Chipping Norton and there is also a nice Co-Op supermarket there to.

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