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saxdonkey

By saxdonkey

27 May 2009 13:35

Where can I camp on the Thames Valley Path?

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Country Walking magazine

By Country Walking magazine

The Thames Path is a cracking route, 184 miles from the Costwolds to the Capital (or vice-versa). The National Trail website is jammed with info, including three pages of camping spots. It is just a list though - none of the sites are rated so it might be worth doing a bit more research and checking out the reviews on www.ukcampsite.co.uk to find the best ones for your trip.

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spencerid

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spencerid says

RE: Where can I camp on the Thames Valley Path?

Usually the camper vans parking is highlighted as anyone to see it. You will find directions on the road, it's not too complicated to find this spot. You only have to be attentive to the road signs. Have a nice trip!

24 October 2012 11:30

Screaming Tree

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Screaming Tree says

Re: Where can I camp on the Thames Valley Path?

There's a campsite in the village of Hurley with a very large field

http://79.170.40.247/hurleyriversidepark.co.uk/

Also just outside Henley on Thames - Swiss farm

http://www.swissfarmcamping.co.uk/

Other than that I don't know any more I'm afraid

17 June 2009 12:18

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