Taking bookings now online for dates after 4th July when you can come once again enjoy the fresh air and delightful views at Home Farm.
We are currently working extremely hard to make your stay as safe as enjoyable as possible.
Here is what we are doing to make your stay safer!
Free to dial gate access system, enter and exit safely without having to touch anything.
Self check in, just book arrive and pitch.
Providing additional outside sinks with antibacterial soap and paper towels, the safest recommended method of drying hands, and will be asking all guests to wash and dry their hands in accordance with NHS guidelines.
Pitch a small utility side unit for use as a private WC or similar without charge, this reduces risks associated with entering a frequently used space, our showers and toilets are mostly single rooms so you not sharing a space with others at the same time, except with family.
Removed facilities door closers so doors can be left open when vacant to aid ventilation.
New LED self-switching lights in all our indoor facilities, one less contact point!
Social distancing will be in place, groups will be asked to comply with social distancing rules in place at the time of their stay.
Removed literature from our information room and made it available on our web site.
Posted signage around facilities and via email pre arrival, so all remember to stay safe.
We will be following all Government advise on cleaning all our facitities.
Using WHO recommended grade cleaning agents deadly to Corona Virus, yet so safe it could be used on skin!
And of Course, as always, we have the fresh air, fantastic views, space to spread out, and open countryside, all around, to walk, amble, cycle and explore, for those special family days out.
The country pub next door have said the Beer Garden will be open for meals and drinks, they will also be serving takeaways, for those carefree summer evenings!!

More Information on our information pages.

Many Thanks Andy




Welcome to Home Farm Camping and Caravan Site. Established for over 20 years and located near the picturesque village of Radnage in Buckinghamshire.


The site offers amazing views of the surrounding hills, with good walks along the Ridgeway Path and Icknield Way. Local attractions include red kite spotting, Historic West Wycombe Village and West Wycombe’s Hell Fire Caves. Local shops and country pubs are all within easy reach. The site also offers a good base for visiting the historical city of Oxford or the River Thames at nearby Marlow and Henley-on-Thames.
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