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Town Farm Camping in Bedfordshire

Town Farm is a new camp site with stunning views over the Vale of Aylesbury and Ivinghoe Beacon.
Town Farm is a working farm nestled at the foot of the Chiltern Hills and has been run by the Leach family since the early 1930s. About 1,000 sheep are farmed on the Beacon Hill and surrounding high ground, while the lower fields are used for crop cultivation. The `Pick Your Own` opens in June and guests can take a picnic and stock up on fruit and vegetables. The farm enjoys fantastic views of the surrounding countryside including the local landmark - Ivinghoe Beacon, which marks the start of the famous Ridgeway Walk.
The farm is close to the Grand Union Canal with the towpath and boat trips available. We are within an easy trip to London by train in 50 minutes, the snow dome in Hemel Hempstead and ten minutes from Whipsnade Safari Park. There is a wealth of attractions nearby to entertain in wet and dry weather.
Facilites on site include male and female toilets, indoor showers, outdoor showers, disable shower and toilet, washing up facilities, washing machine and tumble dryer, chemical waste disposal, electrical hook-ups, free wi-fi, a play area and tennis court. The site rents out fire pits, and sells dry seasoned wood.

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The site was not busy when I stayed, but the facilities were all clean and well maintained. It all appears to be fairly new and basically a couple of open fields. Stunning setting with views towards the Chilterns and Pitstone Windmill, but it was rather marred a little by noise from aircraft approaching Luton well into the night (which kept me awake until after midnight) as well as noise from traffic on the nearby road. The wind was in the east that night, so it might not have been a problem had it been in the west.

The site is also not very well positioned in respect of facilities such as shops or a pub such that realistically you will need to jump in the car to go anywhere other than if going for a walk.
Nigel (15th Aug 2016)