Great Tew Park in Great Tew, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire is part of an estate largely belonging to the Johnston family since the 1960s.
Mill and Marsh Meadows form the principal recreational park in Henley and are located adjacent to the River Thames upstream of Henley Bridge.
An area of open fields located on the A415 that runs past Ducklington, a village and civil parish 1 mile south of Witney in West Oxfordshire.
Kidlington’s premier sporting facility with a fine pavilion, two cricket grounds, three rugby pitches, a football pitch and the largest area of public open space in the village.
Pingle Field in Bicester is a recreation area and open space in Bicester – situated east of Chesterton, close to the Bicester Village.
The Leys is a large, well-maintained space in the middle of Witney that’s great for a traditional family day out in the park.
The meadows at Greenlands offer picturesque views of the River Thames and beautiful surrounding woodland, and is a perfect spot for memorable events.
An area of open grassland, of about seven acres, that provides a home for events such as Bunkfest, the Festival of Cycling, the Classic Car Rally, and Bonfire Night.
The Playing Close Chalbury has always been thought of as the village green, and the estate was built on the site of the former village school.
One of the four sections of riverbank available for boat moorings in Henley-on-Thames, between Phyllis Court and Fawley Court, ideal for those who like open space.
Quarry Hollow Park is an open space and forest land nestled in the middle of Headington to the east of Oxford city with a large open spaced play area.