Culden Faw Camping! Open over the Rewind Festival.
Large and spacious pitches right on the bank of the River Thames.
BOOKING NOW OPEN FOR 2017
The camping ticket DOES NOT include entrance into the Festival. Please purchase those separately via the Rewind website. You will also need to consider transport to/from Rewind by the river taxi which arrives/departs from the camp site.
The Culden Faw Meadows are set on the banks of the River Thames and accessible from the main Henley to Marlow road (A4155). The camp site will be signposted. Access is on a dusty track across some fields to the camping area. The camp site and surrounding areas are all uneven and there are no roads or paths - it is all tracks. From there it would be a short walk across the meadow, to the river bank, for the water taxis. The cost for these will be approximately £4 - £5 each way, per person, so please have the cash ready. Please bear in mind you will have to get on/off boats either by way of stepping up onto the bank on the Rewind side or, by gang plank/stepping over, on our side. Bring your head torches it will be dark when you return. Alternatively there are buses into Henley on the main road or you can walk along the river - please ring the Estate Office (or email Events) for further advice.
Access will be from midday on Friday 18 August until 10pm. The gates will then open again at 8am on Saturday 19 August. During this period, the gates will close overnight for security reasons.
All camper vans must depart by midday Monday 21 August 2017.
Bookings taken for the whole 3 day period only.
- No electric hook ups.
- There will be water points.
- Portaloos and an Elsan point.
- No showers.
- No lighting, please bring head torches/torches.
- No pets.
- Children must be supervised at all times - the camping area is surrounded by waterways.
- No naked flames or BBQs in the camping area - for safety reasons. However, you can have BBQs down by the river in a designated area, where you can hear the festival and with some crafty positioning, see the screen!
- Camping stoves can be used but please follow manufacturers instructions as to how and where they can be used.
- Communal bonfire.
- Cars are allowed on site to unload but MUST be parked in the designated parking area thereafter.
How frequently do the water taxis run and what is the cost? Water taxis will run regularly. Steve, who will be operating our water taxis, will be contactable via mobile phone. Please ensure you are aware of the last time for water taxis returning in the evening.
How long would it take to walk? The walk to the festival would take aproximately 20-40 minutes along the public footpath into Henley. Once in Henley, you cross the bridge and walk along the other side of the river to the entrance, taking the same amount of time again.
What is the nearest postcode? Next door is the Toad Hall garden centre and their postcode is RG9 3AG. However as you get close we will be signposted.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO PURCHASE YOUR FESTIVAL TICKETS SEPARATELY!
To stay with us, you will need to purchase either the Culden Faw Cutie permit (for vehicles up to 6m in length) at £85 (inc VAT), or a Culden Faw Biggie permit (for vehicles over 6m in length) at £170 (inc VAT)
For further enquiries please ring the Estate Office on 01491 571353.
However, if you wish to go ahead and book, please click on the Camper Vans tab on the left hand side of this page.