A variety of activities can be enjoyed from your caravan site, taking in the County of Buckinghamshire. The Chilterns are set here, being an area of outstanding natural beauty it has many national trails offering walks for everyone ranging from the experienced hikers for those who just wish to have a small wander around to take in the sites.
This is also another county that has the River Thames flowing through it allowing caravanners to tour along the river and even go for a row. You can walk the paths used by ancient travellers, herdsmen and soldiers on the Ancient Ridgeway; forming part of the oldest road in Britain, this trail runs through valleys and woodland, perfect for any caravanning country lover.
There are plenty of shopping centres and market towns if you would prefer to leave your caravan site to go and do a spot of shopping. Or if you want something really different you can visit one of Buckinghamshire’s haunted sites. Missenden Abbey in Great Missenden was the home of Monks that broke from the norm and lived a life of luxury and immoral behaviour. It is believed that one of these monks haunts the building as well as a Victorian Woman; you can then retire back to your caravan or motorhome, and sleep with the lights on! A more calming excursion can be made through Aylesbury and Great Missenden then through the Roald Dahl Trail discovering the origins of all his famous stories.
Caravanners who have an interest in the railway will enjoy a ride on the steam hauled engine with the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway Centre in Quainton, or a visit to the Beckonscot model village railway. Or if canal boats are more your thing you can go on the Grebe Canal Cruise and enjoy the 200 year old Grand Union Canal.
There are also quaint gardens and fine architecture to admire in locations throughout the county. With all of this on offer Buckinghamshire truly is a great caravanning destination to be enjoyed by all.