Type: Fort, Camp
|Possible Military Road: NE (12) to Newstead (Newstead, Borders)
Possible Military Road: SW (17) to Milton (Tassiesholm, Beattock, Dumfries & Galloway)
The Oakwood fort was probably founded during the campaigns of governor Gnaeus Julius Agricola c.80/81AD. The pottery recovered from the site included a piece of Form 18 samian bearing the stamp of Patricius, and other decorated wares amounted to five sherds of Form 29, all of which points to an occupation during the Flavian I period.
There is a temporary marching camp situated just to the north of the Oakwood fort (at NT4225).