Lincoln Farm Park, High Street, Standlake, Nr.Witney, Oxfordshire, Tel. 01865 300239

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To find site:- on A40 from Oxford continue towards Witney and take A415 towards Abingdon. In Standlake look out for Standlake Garage (the only garage in Standlake) turn left immediately past garage. The site is about 300 metres on right.

Lincoln Farm has around 90 pitches all with electric points and all, except for an area set aside for tents and trailer tents, are on gravel hardstanding. The site has a spacious feel with lots of mature trees and the pitches are in small groups.  The site can accommodate the large American Motor Homes and some pitches seemed designed for this purpose. Water points and WC disposal points are dotted at convenient places around the site. In addition to standard pitches there is also a number of 'super pitches' which have their own water, electric, waste and TV connection, these pitches cost an extra 4 a night. The water connections on the Super Pitches are rather clever as they consist of a cistern into which you place your submersible pump so you get constant water supply.  The site does not allow the erection of gazebos or other freestanding structures. The two toilet blocks are absolutely superb in both quality and the way they are maintained. At the two toilet blocks in the washing up areas is a microwave  oven and a freezer for use by campers. In the tent area there is a separate covered cooking facility with microwave and fridge/freezer as well as washing-up sinks. Access to the site is via a keypad controlled barrier. Additional features of the site are a children's play area, an information point, pitch and putt course, dog walks, shop and a leisure centre with 2 pools (additional fees). The site accepts advance bookings with a 15 deposit. The normal departure time is 12 noon, however departure time can be extended by payment of an additional fee.

Lincoln Farm is only a few miles from Witney which has good shopping facilities as well as being a well known Cotswold town. A little further away is Oxford with its dreaming spires. A short walk from the site is the Black Horse pub which does food. We don't use many commercial sites but I have to say that Lincoln Farm is of a superb quality even if it does cost a little more than we usually pay per night. If that is not a problem I would certainly recommend this site.