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The Sanctuary is ideal for thos who want to try a bit of everything - peace and quiet away from the stresses of everyday life, but close enough to tourist areas with many thing to do. New ...
Just off A33 between Reading and Basingstoke, our campsite allows you to pitch within beautiful woodlands at one with nature. Free access to Country Park included.
Treetops has an 8ft wide gate, so is restricted to 25ft Max caravan length.
Oakley Farm House
Quiet secluded campsite near country park 1 mile from Wokingham and M4 motorway
Hurley Riverside Park is situated on the south bank of the River Thames, in the picturesque village of Hurley between the riverside towns of Henley-on-Thames and Marlow.
Nine Mile Road
The site of the Park was originally part of Windsor Forest and was a favourite hunting ground of the Tudors.
Old Marsh Lane
Small level grass site on the tow path of the River Thames between Windsor and Maidenhead. Modern ameneties. Ideal base for visiting Windsor, London and Legoland.
Bishops Green Farm is a quiet, sheltered, flat site, situated close to Newbury, where a good selection of amenities & activities can be found. Newly built toilet block with disabled f ...
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Some information about Berkshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Situated in the South East of England, Berkshire is often referred to as “The Royal County of Berkshire” due to the Royal Residence of Windsor Castle. Bordering the counties of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Wiltshire and Hampshire, it is usually regarded as one of the Home Counties.
Historically the county town was Abingdon, but in 1867 the town of Reading took this title. In 1974 local government reorganisation moved Abingdon and several other north-west Berkshire towns into Oxfordshire.
Whether you are here on business or holidaying with the family there is plenty to see and do. For those of you with discerning tastebuds why not try wine tasting at Stanlake Park, if you are more into history why not stop by Windsor Castle or Basildon Park which is run by the National Trust.
If you like a flutter, why not have a day at the races at Newbury Racecourse.
If you are trying to keep the children entertained, why not take them to see all the amazing creatures at the Living Rainforest or for a more action filled day visit Legoland, but be warned you might want to take a change of clothes, from experience you often get wet (and I am not referring to the uk weather!!)
Here is a list of some Towns in Berkshire
Ascot/ Bracknell/ Crowthorne/Earley/ Eton/ Berkshire/ Hungerford/ Hythe End/ Lambourn/ Maidenhead/ Newbury/ Reading/ Sandhurst Thatcham/ Windsor/ Berkshire/ Wokingham/ Woodley.