Oxon Hall Touring Park is open to all, but those over the age of 18 who desire a little peace and quiet can get away from it all here: there’s a dedicated adults-only section where they can pitch. Children are welcome elsewhere on the site, and you’ll find a play area that will help keep them occupied.
Other facilities at the park include a motorhome service point, a launderette, heated washrooms and pitches suitable for RVs.
Shrewsbury is one local attraction that you won’t want to miss; the fantastic museums at Ironbridge Gorge will give you a real insight into the region’s fascinating industrial history, too.
Here's what you said when voting for the Top 100 Sites Guide 2016:
“We have been coming here for the past eight years and love everything about it. All the staff are very friendly and welcome us as friends.”
“Everything was immaculately kept and nothing was too much trouble for the staff, who were all very welcoming. It is very close to local amenities, as well as the park-and-ride into Shrewsbury. It was our first time here and we will definitely come for a return visit.”
“The staff here are very friendly, and the facilities are very clean and tidy. The pitches here at Oxon Hall Touring Park are large and spacious.”
Top 100 Sites Guide – Oxon Hall Touring & Holiday Home Park
If you're planning to visit Shropshire on your caravan holidays, check out Oxon Hall Touring Park
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- Adults only
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Touring pitches
- Motorhome pitches
- Seasonal pitches
- Tent pitches
- Serviced pitches (touring)
- Children's play area(s)
- Electric hook-ups
- Water hook-ups
- Drainage hook-ups
- Sanitary block(s)
- Wireless internet
- Chemical disposal point
- Washing up facilities
- Holiday homes (owned)
Little Oxon Lane, Bicton Heath, Shrewsbury, SY3 5FB
DirectionsThe Touring Park is located just off the A458 Welshpool road on the North-western side of Shrewsbury.
Follow the signs for the Oxon Park and ride from the Welshpool island on the A5 Shrewsbury by-pass.
This is the point that crosses the A458 Welshpool Road.
The entrance to the park is a quarter of a mile towards the town centre; turn left at the CO-OP Supermarket.