Abingdon sports and taking exercise
Top 5 ways to keep fit/play sport
|White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre
Abingdon and the surrounding villages are served by the White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre, which offers a gym, aerobics classes, squash courts, sports hall and an eight-lane competition swimming pool. There are also indoor and outdoor, public pay-and-play tennis facilities.
|Sustrans National Cycle Routes
Oxfordshire is blessed with a variety of fantastic cycling routes. The National Cycle Network Route 5 starts in Reading and follows the northern half of the Thames Valley cycle route, crossing the Chiltern Hills and passing through Wallingford, Didcot, and Abingdon.
|Abbey Sailing Club
The Abbey Sailing Club is a small family-oriented club on the banks of the River Thames on the southern outskirts of Abingdon. With a well-equipped club house, with bar and galley, and good changing rooms and showers, the Abbey is a good place for family sailing.
|Abingdon Rowing Club
Abingdon Rowing Club was established in 1958 to exploit one of the best stretches of water on the River Thames. The distance from end to end is some 3,800m, which remains relatively free of river traffic even during the summer months.
|Dorchester Sailing Club
Dorchester Sailing Club is a fast-growing, friendly, family-oriented club in the Thames Valley, less than half a mile from the picturesque village of Dorchester-on-Thames. Situated just off the A4074 and A415 it provides an ideal environment for both new and experienced sailors.