We've come a long way since 1971, when the gates of the Cotswold Farm Park opened to the public for the first time. We're now home to over 50 breeds and are open for 10 months of the year.
We have over 60 pitches available, ranging from grass to fully-serviced pitches with electric, water and grey water wastage.
The comfortable welcome lodge and heated shower block were new for our 2017 season. Washing facilities, showers, toilets, chemical toilet disposal, microwave, freezer, toaster and waste water disposal are all available on site. There is a recreation field directly adjacent to the site and our 2-mile Wildlife Walk begins on the doorstep.
Adam’s Kitchen, the Farm Park cafe, offers delicious homemade cakes, light lunches and snacks. During busier periods (e.g school holidays), campers can join in the fun on our regular themed cuisine evenings, or pre-order delicious pizza to be cooked on-site and delivered directly to their pitch!
Roll out of your sleeping bag and capture those magical misty mornings and take in the fresh country air. Perhaps someone will already have the kettle on and you’ll hear the sizzle of breakfast on the go.
There’s nothing more invigorating than an early morning jog down quiet country lanes or perhaps you’d prefer to take things a little more easy – just have a stretch and listen to the countryside waking up around you; the birdsong in the hedgerows and newborn lambs calling to Mum.
At the end of an action packed day at the Farm Park, or exploring the Cotswolds, settle down back at the campsite and take the opportunity to relax and watch the fiery sun set over the Windrush Valley. Enjoy a fresh baked pizza, refreshments and more, all available from our on-site Campsite Lodge & Shop
The world-famous Cotswolds offers a unique experience of the British countryside, combining beautiful villages, stunning scenery and unrivalled history...
Bourton on the Water, sitting astride the river Windrush, is known as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’ and is just six miles away.
Bourton has a wide variety of shops and restaurants, along with a spectacular model village, model railway, Birdland and motor museum.
Stow on the Wold, also within a short drive, has many great pubs and eateries as well as an eclectic mix of antique stores and art galleries.
Visit the beautiful Spa town of Cheltenham, just 15 miles away, offering an excellent backdrop of splendid architecture, tree-lined avenues, parks and gardens with a varied choice of shops, museums, sports facilities, theatres and restaurants.
Other local attractions include; Batsford Arboretum, Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway, Bibury Trout Farm, and The Cotswold Water Park near to Cirencester.