Dartmoor Caravan and camping


Our beautiful Dartmoor 35 acre picturesque situated site is set towards the east of the Dartmoor National Park in the heart of Devon in a beautiful valley surrounded by streams ,rivers and countryside. Large ponds for fishing, Former 17th century Dairy Farm, Wild roaming deer and pheasants.
The moorland landscape, wooded valleys and wind-swept tors are complemented by many local attractions for all the family.
The National Park is the largest and wildest area of open country in southern England.


>35 acres of open countryside to enjoy > Gamesroom > Dish washing area >Campfires >Dvd rental >On site shop
>Carp Fishing >Trout Fishing >1* Shower Toilet facilities >Disabled Shower room >Disabled Toilet >Toilet >Glamping >Tipi's for hire >Yurts for hire >Dogs welcome > Hard standing pitches >Electric hook ups
>Laundry room >Chemical Disposal >Seating areas 
>Dog day kennel for hire >Fresh bread to order >Tea, coffee avalible
>Hot breakfasts avalible
Adults £9 per Adult per night Children: £2.80 per child per night

From the M5 onto the A30 turn off A30 at Whidden Down, take first right go over flyover, first left (do not go back onto motorway) approx 1.5 miles turn right at white sign Drewsteignton underpass, bottom of the hill bear left over small stream immediately right.

The university and cathedral city of Exeter is 14 miles, with its shops, many restaurants and river trips. It also has wealth of underground medieval passages built beneath the city centre dating back to the 14th century. Castle Drogo is close by with dramatic views over Dartmoor and for a great family day out, Crealy Adventure Park is recommended. For the more energetic there is Haldon Forest, with Go Ape and many cycle paths as well as Dartmoor National Park with superb countryside for riding or walking. Dartmoor also boasts a variety of cycle routes, both on and off road, as well as horse-riding, climbing, letterboxing, geo-caching or kayaking. Purple, heather-clad moorland, wide open landscapes, rushing rivers and obscure stone tors shape the landscape of Dartmoor together with rolling valleys, bogs and wetland, waterfalls and eery forests and lonely ruins. There are many NT properties all with in a short drive and the delightful village of Drewsteignton is just over 1 mile. Cheriton Bishop is 4 miles and Whiddon Down 2 miles. Shop and pub 1 mile.

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