We came across this while visiting the area with our young son and dog. The ground is not ideal for a pushchair but it's do-able. Our dog loved the open space to run and being able to dip in and out of the rivers water....More
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One of my favouryte places in Oxford - a huge meadow on two sides of Tames river, with lots of ponies, cows, trees, old abbey and 800-years old pub. A wonderful place for walking, cycling, running, swimming, picnic and chilling out. Don't wait for more...More
Accessible from the city centre, west Oxford and Wolvercote this fantastic old meadow full of grazing animals (local people able to use this as part of a historic charter). Wondeful for short or long walks. The river runs alongside with various points where people still...More
The stunning area of Port Meadow is great to visit for many reasons. You can walk to it via the area of Jericho or via a foot path, which you can get to via Oxford. Not only is it a lovely place to visit, but...More
A wonderful place for a tranquil walk in winter. Spot a wind-hover or an owl in the evening. Skate when it freezes over. Glad it has not yet been drained and built on yet.
Port Meadow stretches from the centre of town between the station and Worcester College for about three miles along the river northwards. It is a great place for a walk especially to one of the pubs such as the Perch or the Trout. It is...More
Normally a great place to walk but at the moment full of cows whose main objective seems to be to cover the entire are with cowpats.
port meadow is a large open space in oxford where you can walk ,see wildlife ,fish(with a permit), swim in the river,it runs from walton well road in the centre of oxford to wolvercote in the north. 200 yards away is the trout inn
Port Meadow is the idyllic place of Oxford...roaming cows and horses in the fields on the Thames River. Lovely paths in every direction, bridges over swans, geese and ducks, and a pub to top the act--the Perch. If you want peace, maybe a place to...More
First, a major tip: do not rely on your GPS! We probably walked at least an extra mile and a half before we realized the GPS was wrong! It is very scenic, if one stays near to and follows the river along the path to...More