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There are plenty of interesting, exciting, easy to get to places to explore, and things to do.
Sat Nav Postcodes and Web Links are given for your ease and in good faith,  please ensure you make enquires and book if required. Our Postcode at Home Farm for route planning is HP144DW

Daws Hill Vinyard (A Vineyard Walking distance from the campsite)
With the knowledge and experience gained over the last few years, the vineyard is set to produce a total of between 8,000 and 10,000 bottles a year. The majority  sparkling,  so why not add some sparkle to your camping trip. For Tours and tasting and special events click on the heading and go to their web site.  Postcode HP14 4DY. Booking required and try to group up if possible for tours.

West Wycombe Village
The village is rare in its architecture, with cottages and inns dating from the 16th to 18th centuries. The hill, with its fine views, is surmounted by an Iron Age hill fort and is part of the original landscape design of West Wycombe Park.
It is now the site of a church and the Dashwood Mausoleum. There is a Traditional Sweet Shop on the High Street great for adults but don’t tell the children!, The Apple Orchard fab furniture.  Postcode HP143AG

West Wycombe House and Grounds
The home of Sir Francis Dashwood a national trust property and its grounds are just down the road at West Wycombe. Check web site for details.

Hughenden Manor
Hughenden Manor offers a vivid insight into the charismatic personality and colourful private life of the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who lived here from 1848 to 1881. Postcode HP14 4LA

Go Karting Maidenhead
Speaks for itself. Directions given on booking.

Go Ape Black Park
With a smattering of tree-top high wires, high ropes crossings and a wind-in-your-face zip wire, you’ll want to swing by this Tree Top Adventure. Approx. Postcode SL3 6DS  See Web Site.

Swimming Gyms Sports High Wycombe.
Wycombe sports and leisure centre.  (Wycombe-sports-centre) Postcode HP11 1TJ
Windsor water park (www.windsor.gov.uk/things-to-do/windsor-leisure-centre-p281291) Postcode SL4 5JB

Cinema M40 Junc 4 (High Wycombe)
6 Screen Cinema By The M40 at Junc 4 with easy parking, There is a Frankie & Bennys restaurant located next to the Cinema and TGI Fridays a 5min walk away. Postcode HP11 1UA

Town Center Cinema (Next to 10 Pin Bowling) PostCode HP11 2DQ

Ten Pin Bowlling (High Wycombe)
Ten Pin Bowlling next door to the cinema in Central High Wycombe Car Park Postcode HP11 2DQ

Fishing Milton Pools Fishery (Just 15 Mins up the M40 Towards Oxford)
Choice of Lakes, day and night fishing Postcode OX44 7JE Call first 01844 278150
Fishing (Twyford Nr Maidenhead)
Pondwood Fisheries Twyford Postcode SL6 3SS
There is also fishing on the river Thames at Marlow, Henley On Thames and many other places.

A walk around Marlow is great for all ages, plenty of Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Bars, the river, its Bridge, Church, and the famous Complete Angler Hotel and Restaurant with lawns aside the Thames. Postcode Area SL7 1AX

Visitors to the tiny village of Turville, in Buckinghamshire may find themselves with a weird sense that they have been there before. In fact this village is better known as Dibley from the BBC TV series the Vicar of Dibley, and the delightful St Mary the Virgin Church is better known as St Barnabas!
The village has also featured in the films 101 Dalmatians, Goodnight Mr. Tom, Pride and Prejudice and various other TV series. The Cobstone Windmill at Turville featured in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

The small but defiantly quintessential English village, well worth a trip and a walk around, visit the local shop and the church.

The Rebellion Brewery Marlow
The Rebellion Brewery is a working brewery museum, containing as it does tanks & equipment from old, closed breweries such as Morlands of Abingdon, Morrells of Oxford, Flowers of Cheltenham and Brakspears of Henley. Most of the beer produced in the brewery is traditional cask conditioned ale for sale to local pubs and in the brewery shop. Well worth sampling, perhaps bring a pint or two back for the evening BBQ!!!.
Postcode SL73LT

Waddesdon Manor Nr Aylesbury
A National Trust property in the heart of Buckinghamshire. Waddesdon Manor was built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in 1874. Postcode HP18 0JH

Cliveden House Estate & Gardens
Glorious gardens of Cliveden House Home Once the Home Of The Astor Family overlooking the River Thames. Postcode SL6 0JA

The Home Of Mr Morris Cars
Nuffield Place reveals the surprisingly down-to-earth lives of Lord Nuffield, founder of the Morris Motor Company, and his wife. Their home and personal possessions are just as they left them, the decor and furnishings intact. If you own a Morris, Wolseley or a vintage car associated with the Nuffield company you are welcome to park outside the house during your visit. Postcode RG9 5RY

Windsor Castle
The oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years.well worth a visit especially for more mature campers. Postcode SL4 1NJ

Thame is a thriving and historic Oxfordshire market town with an attractive and well-maintained town centre that boasts many award-winning and unique shops. Farmers Markets are held see web site for details. Postcode OX9 3ER

Bicester Shopping village
Discover a relaxed shopping haven in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, where spacious boutiques showcase the world’s leading fashion and lifestyle brands. Postcode OX26 6WD

For Tourist visits to London we find it easiest after the rush hour, you can park at High Wycombe Train Station HP13 6NN, and get a one day return rail card which you can use on buses, tubes and trains all around London, great value and good for sight seeing. Why not download a tube train app to your smartphone.

Loads to do and see in this Historical City and so easy to get to just down the M40. To Visit – May we suggest park and ride at Thornhill Park and Ride Oxford. Postcode OX3 8DP

Dog Walking
A circular route just outside the boundaries of the campsite is good for a quick dog walk, approx 20mins. Out the gates, turn left, left again at footpath by memorial, then keep turning left until you come back to the gates. A little on road walking is required approx 200m.

The Red Kite Walks, right by the campsite.
Other Walks Loads to choose from.

The Chiltern Cycle Way.
Other Cycle Routes Loads to choose from.