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Oxon Hall Touring Park

Touring
Area: Heart of England
Season: Open all year
Adult Only
Car Parking by Holiday Home
Dog Friendly
Fishing
Nature Walks
Recreational Field
Wheelchair Accessible
WIFI
Address: Oxon Hall Touring Park

Welshpool Road

Shrewsbury

Shropshire
Shrewsbury
SY3 5FB
Telephone: 01743 340 868
Email: oxon@morris-leisure.co.uk

Oxon Hall Touring Park

Touring
Area: Heart of England
Season: Open all year
Adult Only
Car Parking by Holiday Home
Dog Friendly
Fishing
Nature Walks
Recreational Field
Wheelchair Accessible
WIFI
Description

Touring caravan and motorhome owners enjoy the best of both worlds at Oxon Hall Touring Park. The scenic park, which is open all year round, boasts an attractive parkland setting yet is just a short bus ride from Shrewsbury town centre and the road network to Mid and North Wales.

 

Awarded five stars by Visit England, this park offers the ultimate in quality for the discerning caravan, motorhome and RV owner, with high quality facilities and 100 pitches, including some especially large ones for RVs.

 

Welcoming countryside pubs and long country trails are all within walking distance.  A big bonus for visitors is an excellent Park & Ride bus service, located adjacent to the park, which quickly transports them to the bustling town of Shrewsbury. An on-site Tourist Information Point provides ideas and information about places to visit and things to do.

 

Starting from a green field site, Morris Leisure was able to design and build the entire park to its own exacting standards. Every detail from the ample size of the pitches, the quality of the facilities, to the standard of provisions in the shop is designed to ensure caravanners a luxurious and comfortable stay.

Directions
The 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 at which the A5 crosses the A458 Welshpool Road.   The entrance to the park is a quarter of a mile towards the town centre just past the Co-op supermarket on the left.