We are a small family run caravan and camping site at the side of the River Thames, alongside the towpath that runs between Maidenhead and Windsor.
The site used to be an old orchard and still retains several of the original fruit trees. It is a level grass site with all the essential modern amenities. This site is an ideal base for visiting London, Windsor, Legoland and the Thames Valley.
Taplow railway station is nearby and is on the Reading to London line.
We are approximately 5 miles from Windsor, 7 miles from Legoland and 12 miles from Heathrow Airport.
- The M4 Motorway is at the bottom of the caravan site.
- We do not accept commercial vehicles.
- The maximum stay is 2 weeks.
- Pitches are allocated on arrival.
- Latest time of arrival is 8:30pm, please let us know in advance if you’re going to arrive any later.
Leave the M4 at junction 7 (Slough West), turn left to go along the A4 towards Maidenhead, continue along the A4 passing The Bishop Centre (Tesco) and turn left at the set of traffic lights immediately after it, into Marsh Lane, take the 1st right turn into Old Marsh Lane, then turn right again. Signposted from the traffic lights on the A4.
WiFi is available at reception
At Amerden, we are lucky to be surrounded by some great attractions which are suitable for everyone! Along with the extensive list below, this also includes; Burnham Beeches, Savill Gardens, Bekonscot Model Village, Odds Farm Park and Dorney Court.
We are also within walking distance of the ‘famous’ restaurants of Bray!
We are located just around the corner from the River Thames which allows you to walk to Bray Lock (5 minutes), Bray (30 minutes), Maidenhead (1 hour) or Windsor (2 hours.)
Windsor Town Centre is easily reached from Amerden and here you will find the iconic Windsor Castle, The Long Walk, lots of shops and restaurants and it is just a short walk away from Eton and the College.
Legoland is a great family day out, especially for the little ones! It is approximately 7 miles away and easily reached by car.
Cliveden – this well known National Trust property and Country House is worth a visit for woodland walks and river views. If you’re feeling fancy – you could treat yourself to Afternoon Tea…
Dorney Rowing Lake was famously used in the London 2012 Olympics. Today it is best enjoyed for walks, bike rides or other recreational activities whilst watching rowing events, triathlons and beautiful sunsets.
For the adrenaline junkies and older families, head to Thorpe Park for a fun day out!