Our campsite facilities include toilets, modern showers with temperature adjusters (no push buttons) and underfloor heating. We also have family shower rooms, that come equipped with a toilet, sinks, shower, and baby seat. We also provide facilities for our disabled visitors.
There are Indoor dishwashing areas, a laundrette with washers, dryers and iron. Chemical toilet emptying points and recycling areas dotted around the park.
Just because youâ€™re at a campsite, it doesnâ€™t mean you canâ€™t still have all of your home luxuries.
Our well-stocked, licensed onsite shop is packed with local produce, including fresh bread from the local baker, and meat supplied by our local butcher - so head this way when you are thinking of a BBQ! You can order newspapers and fresh baguettes and stock up on basic convenience foods; not forgetting the important items, like chocolate, sweets and ice-creams! Please check shop opening times for low and mid season.
Practical goods can also be purchased here, such as: camping gas and equipment, disposable BBQ's, postcards, stamps and children's toys.
We have children's play areas in both Otter Creek and Kingfisher Meadows, complete with safe, high-quality wooden play equipment. These are the perfect places for kids to explore, create stories, imagine great adventures and run off all their extra energy.
With stunning views across the lake, our on-site Restaurant is a great option for eating out. The Lakeside Restaurant has a varied menu, serving high-quality local food at reasonable prices. You can enjoy delicious Sunday roasts, sumptuous Devonshire cream tea and mouthwatering Sirloin steaks as well as daily specials with locally sourced ingredients. Or you can eat in the comfort of your own accommodation and order from the takeaway. The cafe, restaurant and bar are closed during Winter, and usually open for the season from Easter.Read more
Forget about Driving
With so many facilities on site for adults and children alike, there is little reason to leave our Devon campsite. So, why not:
- Play in either of the two childrensâ€™ play parks
- Build dams in the stream
- Go for a walk in the forest
- Pick up Cycle Route No.27 and ride to Ilfracombe or on the Tarka Trail
- See if you can spot the otter in the campsites stream
- Do a bit of bird-watching; looking out for ducks, moorhens, swallows, buzzards and kingfishers as they soar, strut and swim about their day
Catch the Bus
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 twice 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:
- Ilfracombe and watch the fishermen unloading their boats
- Barnstaple, where you can visit the many different markets held at The Pannier Market Halls
- You could also travel to Westward Ho! and Bideford where you can visit the many bistros and bars whilst admiring the medieval bridge
Timetables for all bus services are available from the Tourist Information area in our campsite Reception.
On your Bike!
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 Devonâ€™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 â€˜Tarka the Otterâ€™ first published in 1927.