Fairy Doors In Steventon Copse

Red spotty fairy doors with toadstool sign next to it

We’ve just had a lovely walk around the Copse in the village of Steventon (South Oxfordshire). There are lots of fairy doors hidden in the tree trunks. I understand there are currently over 30 of them and the villagers are regularly adding more.

There are so many different fairy doors designs. It’s really lovely to see the community coming together on such a fun project!

Lots of dens, a role play campfire and a tree swing can also be found. We had a lovely time exploring. There’s no map, just go and see what you can find!

The Copse is dog friendly but please pick up your dog poo and take it with you as there aren’t any bins. It’s not very pushchair friendly so I would recommend using a baby carrier instead. I had my little Bear in his backpack carrier today and he loved it!

Along the road leading to the Copse is a lovely water fall. We followed the sound of the water to find it. The kids then had fun playing pooh sticks on the bridge. There are also some trees on the green with lots of tassels and colourful little houses hanging from the branches.

Please be aware there is no parking at the Copse so you will need to park carefully elsewhere in the village and walk the rest of the way. It’s a lovely place to wander round though and the kids will love exploring the woods. In other words – it’s worth it!

For more things to do in Oxfordshire check out our ‘Days Out’ reviews here: https://mumsfamilyfun.com/category/days-out/oxfordshire/

2 Comments on “Fairy Doors In Steventon Copse”

  1. When you visit Steventon Copse to see the lovely fairy doors please park in the church car park. Some people have been parking in Castle Street and it has caused a few problems for residents. Thank you.

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