Set on the premises of an old 17th century farm, Heyford Leys Camping Park has been established for over 30 years.
Heyford Leys Camping Park is open all year round. They offer 25 touring pitches all with electrical hook-ups.
They allow dogs on leads on the park. The immediate area has plenty of nice walks through woodland where you can take your dog out. Nearby there are 2 old village pubs serving food.
There is a small fishing lake on the site that is well-stocked with coarse fish. This fishing lake is free to use for campers. You can get all of your groceries and other provisions at the local shop which is located just a 7 minutes’ walk away from the site.
Heyford Leys Camping Park stocks bottled gas, pre-packed coal and wood that guests can purchase. They also have the facilities to refill American barbeque cylinders along with LPG for refuelling vehicles.
The park is set just 2 miles from junction 10 on the M40 motorway and is near to the A34 junction 9 of the M40. Heyford Leys Camping Park is perfectly situated for visiting a wide array of local attractions and activities. The park itself is set in a lovely, picturesque area that is surrounded by trees. This means that the park is well-sheltered from wind and rain.
They offer grass and hard standing pitches. Their hard standing pitches are perfect for use during the winter months. The park is very popular during Christmas and the whole festive period when campers come to visit their families.
• One mile west is the picturesque Cherwell Valley and the village of Upper Heyford.
• The old market town of Bicester is 6 miles east including Bicester Outlet Village.
• Banbury and Oxford are just 20 minutes away.
• In the local area within 4 miles you can find fishing, golf & horse riding.
• Blenheim Palace and The Cotswolds are approximately 20 minutes away.