Oak meadow

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CLOSED

 

 

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we have taken the difficult decision to remain closed for the rest of this year.

We hopefully plan to re-open in the 2021 season.

Any updates will be posted to the website.

WELCOME TO OAK MEADOW CAMPSITE

Oak Meadow campsite is hidden just off the A2 between the historic cities of Canterbury & Dover.

Our small but perfectly formed camping site sits alongside the fields leading to the village of Shepherdswell.

We welcome campers with tents & motorhomes (RV's)

Sorry no caravans at the moment

The family run site is only overlooked by the occasional tractor ploughing the fields

We aim to make every part of your stay an enjoyable one

 

Onsite ameneties

Toilet & wash basin facilities

CDP/grey water waste point

Freshwater point

 Barbeque area

 

Prices start from £15 per night

Nearby ameneties

Co-op store 0.7 mi

Village recreation & cricket ground 1.0 mi

Nearest petrol station 4.1 mi

Port of Dover 6.9 mi

Please Note:

We DO NOT have any electric hook-ups or showers yet

Sorry No pets

EXPLORE THE AREA

LocalThings to explore

 

East Kent Railway

Climb aboard for a journey back in time along the historic railway. EKR is less than a mile away in the village of Shepherdswell

http://eastkentrailway.co.uk/

Dover Castle

Bring the whole family for a day full of adventure, excitement and discovery across the centuries at Dover Castle.

Step inside the Great Tower, where the kids can sit on the royal throne and learn about life in a medieval castle through interactive exhibits and games. Explore the secret wartime tunnels of the Second World War, deep underground in Dover's white cliffs. There's plenty to do for all ages, and lots to keep everybody entertained.

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/dover-castle/

 

Lydden Hill race circuit

Home of the World Rally Cross, Lydden Hill race circuit hosts a variety of major events and track days

http://www.lyddenhill.co.uk/

LocalTowns Nearby

 

The historic city of Canterbury

Visit Canterbury Cathedral to come face to face with enchanting and inspiring architecture and history, continuing to attract people from all over the world. 

The Cathedral’s history began in 597AD when Augustine, a monk sent by Pope Gregory the Great, arrived as a missionary and established his seat (or ‘cathedra’) in Canterbury. 

The city itself boasts most major stores for a great shopping experience.

Deal & Walmer

Pretty seaside town with quaint shops to explore. To finish the day stroll along the pier to take in the sea air. The unusual circular shaped Castle overlooks the beach.

 

 

Folkestone

With it's creative quarter and fishing harbour Folkestone has a unique vibe. The relatively new coastal park is great for a stroll alongside the beach.  

Contact Us

TEL: 07537 826754

E-MAIL:  oakmeadowfield@outlook.com

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Field

Field, near the far corner.