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Mount Farm Park

England, South, Oxfordshire, Banbury

+44 7730 013544
All year

Alan Rogers Review

Mount Farm Park is an idyllic location for a quiet countryside escape, surrounded by breath-taking views, miles and miles of walking for all abilities and two fantastic historical pubs within about half a mile of the park. Descending below the Edgehill summit are the battlefields of the famous Battle of Edgehill which was fought in 1642 and marked the start of the English Civil War. Within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site is just 5 miles from the M40, nearest station at Banbury 8 miles away. Nicely spaced-out, the 16 individual pitches are on well-drained, manicured, level ground. Electric hook-up can be made available at each pitch. Seasonal pitches are available.

The town of Banbury is on the edge of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and has been a busy market town for centuries and is now also an important industrial centre which has grown considerably in size over the last half of the 20th century. Despite much redevelopment it still has a few old alleys and quiet corners to enjoy. Two of Banbury's famous Inns remain, The Reindeer in Parsons Street and the large 17th century Whateley Hall Hotel in the Horsefair which used to be known as the Three Tuns. Many famous people have stayed here including Johnathan Swift who is reputed to have taken the name Gulliver from a tombstone in the nearby churchyard.


Family-sized shower/toilet block. Accessible facilities. Laundry facilities. Local produce for sale (when available). Children & well-behaved dogs are very welcome. Dog walk. Fire pits to rent. Firewood for sale. Village recreation ground adjacent. TV reception good. Late-night arrivals area. Under 10 minutes easy walk from two great pubs. Tents allowed.

  • All Year
  • Bar Nearby
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Nature
  • Outdoor
  • Outdoor Pool Nearby
  • Riding Nearby


From the North at junction 12 of the M40, take B4451 towards Gaydon. Shortly turn left onto B4100 south towards Banbury. At Warmington turn right onto B4086 Camp Lane. At the T junction turn left and at the next T junction turn left again. Batchelors Lane is then the third on the left. From the South at junction 11 of the M40, take A442 west towards Banbury. At the third roundabout take the second exit into Ruscote Avenue. You will eventually come to a short stretch of dual carriageway. Turn right onto A422 towards Shotteswell and Wamington. At Warminton turn left to continue as above.

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Location Coordinates
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Latitude Longitude
52.125549 -1.444492
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
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N52 7 31 W1 26 40

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