The real tents are back…
I know you’re keen to know about the new campsite we tried out last weekend.
It certainly scores well in terms of an attractive setting…
Situated in a bend of the river Thames in Oxfordshire, Barefoot Campsite certainly is pretty. We were fortunate to have riverside pitch. Somehow the white noise of the weir was oddly calming, distracting us from the normal campsite sounds of what was a pretty busy campsite.
And not only can you enjoy the view of the river, you can swim or kayak too. We hired kayaks from the campsite and paddled upstream to the pub for a drink.
This is a well organised campsite, but unfortunately that means it comes with quite a lot of rules! They were enforced in a friendly manner, but I was asked to alter where I’d pitched my gazebo and move my car 6 inches to the left (someone over-estimated my ability to park with any degree of accuracy!!). The booking process was hard work and for a campsite that is clearly fully booked every weekend of the summer, they could do with more toilets…but they get away with it, as it really is a beautiful location!