Ideal Camping Accommodation in Wallingford on or near the The Thames Path route
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Camping and Touring Van Parks for walkers on The Thames Path.

The towns shown on the left are in the same order as they appear on the Route page. Select the one in which you would like to find a campsite or pitch for a motorhome or touring van.

This small market town has a remarkable history and was founded in the 10th century by Alfred the Great. He encircled it with strong walls. Its strategic position on the banks of the River Thames persuaded William the Conqueror to built Wallingford Castle which was later destroyed by Oliver Cromwell after a 65-day siege. Earlier, King Henry 11 had held his first parliament in Wallingford in 1154. The town hall, which stands on pillars, dates from 1670 and is one of many old buildings that have survived the ravages of time. The hall contains a number of important portraits (view by appointment). In modern times the town’s most famous resident was the crime writer Agatha Christie who lived at Winterbrook House.

Wallingford Camping, Campsites, Touring van and motorhome parks, etc

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Bridge Villa International Camping Park

Crowmarsh, Gifford, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8HB
Tel: 01491 836860     Fax: 01491 839103

A small site

Prices: POA
Pitches for: Motorhomes, Tents & Vans
Pitches: Awaiting Details
Open: March To October

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