Friars Court has two riverside caravan sites; the Island CL and the Cricket Bat Field, both are open from the 1st April until the 1st October (subject to weather and ground conditions).
Checking availability and booking to stay in 2022 is very easy, just click on the blue button below. If you need help finding dates, or would simply prefer to book over the 'phone, call 01367 810206 and speak to Charles.
We also have a riverside holiday cottage at Radcot. Information about renting it can be found by clicking here.
The Island CL is a five-van certificated location with the Caravan and Motorhome Club. It's the only site of its kind in Oxfordshire located, as it is, on a three-acre island with the river Thames to the south and a backwater with boat moorings to the north. Access to the Island CL is over an arched bridge and all pitches are riverside.
Facilities: tap with drinking water, Elsan disposal point, rubbish bins.~ ~ ~ ~ ~
The Cricket Bat Field is a secluded three-acre field located a ¼ mile downriver from the Island CL, bordered on two sides by the River Thames and planted with avenues of tall cricket bat willow trees. This site is not registered with the Caravan and Motorhome Club nor is it a CL but we only allow members of the Club to stay. It may accommodate up to ten individual vans or an organised rally of up to thirty vans. Pitches are either riverside or within the field. We regret we are unable to reserve specific pitches.
Facilities: tap with drinking water, Elsan disposal point.~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Only members of the Caravan and Motorhome Club may stay on either site: camping and tents are not permitted. It is possible to launch paddleboards, canoes and dinghy’s from the riverbank; anyone using a craft on the river should have a valid river license. This is explained by clicking here.
There are no electric charging / hook-ups or a motorhome service point.
Coarse fishing is permitted from the 16th of June. Anglers should take note they need a local fishing license for the Radcot Angling Club which can be purchased on arrival.
Thank you to Neil Aston of Photogenic Photography for allowing us to use his drone images