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Port Meadow is a large meadow of open common land beside the River Thames to the north and west of Oxford, England.
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Great place to cycle round if you have a bike built for off roading!
Load of grass, nice like. We where at no man's land festival was weird, no one there, 100 quid a ticket probably why though, more staff than punters, I don't know why I'm going on about the festival, I bet you would rather me be jibbering on about the field than the festival wouldn't you?
IN MY VILLAGE OF WOLVERCOTE IN OXFORD.SUCH A LOVELY PLACE TO WALK WITH DOGS OR NOT.THE RIVER THAMES RUNS ALONG THE COMMON OF PORT MEADOW. THE THAMES.IS A GREAT PLACE OF PEACE TO JUST SIT THERE AND TAKE IN THE DAY.BYE FOR NOW DES...
The long walk from Oxford out to this meadow along the Thames is the way to go. There is a bus stop not too far from it, but the walk is beautiful! The meadow is filled with a sea of buttercups and other wild flowers. It was breath taking to see just how wonderful it can be. I loved the meadow and am looking forward until the next time I come back.
Wide open meadow, great for walks, excersise and taking the dogs out for a run. There are some picnic benches closer to the river if you want to stop for lunch or stop just up the road at The Trout.
Nice place but horrible parking when busy. Idiots with posh cars who think they own the place that ruin the experience.
Great place to be on a sunny day and if you are looking for some off road running very close to Oxford City centre.
Awesome place. Beautiful countryside and the horses were amazing. While there we walked on to the Abbey and it too was lovely.
Large open expanse of grass, though some areas can be very soft so be prepared for mud. Beautiful for long walks, running on grass, and picnics. Very little shelter available for rain, sun, or wind.
Lovely walk but lots of flooding so do take waterproof and wellys and be careful!
Somewhat miraculously, a genuine ancient landscape only10 minutes walk from the town centre. Ok ok, so it's just a big open space but learn a little of it's history, use your imagination and then appreciate just how special it is. And enjoy it.
If you want to witness the heaven the visit Port Meadow early morning in winter. Great place to walk, relax, bird watching, boating.
I mean - it's a field. So when I give it four stars, it's a four star field. I suppose there's not much to distinguish one field from another, but this one has horses in and a little bridge in the morning, with a river down one side. I took a star off because it was a bit flooded.
A wonderful open space by the River Thames, close to the centre of Oxford, good for walks. There used to be beautiful unobstructed views of distant Oxford spires until Oxford University controversially were given permission by Oxford City Council to build a row of dominant five-storey Castle Mill student blocks very close to the meadow.
Beautiful place. Lovely walks and nice pubs around it. Lot's of wildlife to look at too!