- About The Park
- Forest Lodges
- Things to do
- Lakeside Restaurant
Other campsites in Devon are hard-pressed to match the standards of our 5-star site, which has been equipped with the best campsite facilities, so you simply arrive, relax and enjoy your holiday to the full.
Otters Creek and Kingfisher Meadow both have first class amenity blocks which incorporate thermostatically controlled showers, WCs, wash basins, hair dryers, free shaver/electric points and family shower rooms.
Make your arrival easier and request a Grocery pack ready for when you arrive.
Fresh local bread
Eggs (Organic & local)
Sausages (local produce)
Bacon (local produce)
Heinz Baked Beans
Tea & Coffee
Cereal variety pack
Salt & pepper
Washing up liquid & sponge
All for just £35
With so many facilities on site for adults and children alike, there is little reason to leave our Devon campsite. So, why not:
Our Devon campsite is lucky enough to have a bus stop right at the site entrance and is served by two separate bus routes which run tree times an hour! So why not leave your car or motorhome on site and take advantage of this brilliant service and explore North Devon and beyond? You can visit:
Timetables for all bus services are available from the Tourist Information area in our campsite Reception.
Fancy a day away from the caravan park? Why not take in the delights of Devon by pedal power. Take your bikes to Braunton, where you can ride the Tarka Trail to Meeth, using North Devon’s old railways. Over 30 miles long, this trail passes through the largely unspoilt Devon countryside, as it was described by Henry Williamson in his classic novel ‘Tarka the Otter’ first published in 1927.