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Fir Tree Farm Caravan Site in Oxfordshire

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Quiet and secluded site with good road access and exceptional views over rolling countryside.

Fir Tree Farm is approx 5 miles north of Banbury on the B4100.

The site has Electric Hook-ups and hardstandings and a Toilet and Shower Block.

The site is open all year round.

There are two well stocked fishing lakes on the site, and a Falconry centre with Clubhouse and a small Kitchen providing snacks and breakfasts etc for all campers and fishermen.

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Reviews of Fir Tree Farm Caravan Site

Manager Sean and his wife, both very welcoming. Bathrooms always well stocked and clean. Have stayed 4 times, 30 mins from home. Plenty of wildlife, walks and relaxation. Customers all friendly. Highly recommended, worth £15pn inc electric hook.
Mowgli's Mrs (11th Jun 2013)
This is a beautiful site with very picturesque views. The site has very clean toilets and shower facilities, a lodge and a snack shop. The proprieters are very friendly and campers receive a really warm welcome. Visitors can have snacks and drinks in the Canada bench areas overlooking the valley and fishing lake. You really do feel like you right away from all the hustle and bustle here. We have stayed several times now and love it! It's wonderful to see the birds of prey too and learn all about them. You can see the birds being flown and even hear a wild barn owl calling to their own barn owl! There are beautiful walks across the rolling countryside to little village pubs and the reservoir and the site is also near the herb centre. It is a quiet site with no motorways or even houses to spoil the views. The sunsets are stunning, and, without the light pollution, the star lit skies are awesome! My family and I would highly recommend this gem of a camping and caravanning site and we are hoping to return many times.
Heather Imbush (25th Jul 2011)
A wonderful quaint campsite. Dogs very welcome with a seperate dogwalking field for them. Brilliant fish pond, well stocked and tested. quiet and secluded, making relaxing very easy. But close enough to civilisation if desired. The shop is quite basic, but staff very helpful. Will stay here again.
Mrs Zoe Coombs (25th Apr 2011)
The site was very well looked after .The showers and toilets very clean .Stunning location .There was no pressure on the time of departure.Well worth a visit.
Mrs Marina Norris (27th Jun 2010)