Devon is a county that has everything. Its two stunning coastlines are the main attraction, with its family friendly beaches, romantic pebbled coves and rugged windswept bays. If you prefer to stay inland, Devon has two National Parks and five AONBs. For history and culture lovers, there are plenty of historic buildings, world-class attractions and exciting activities to sink your teeth into. With so many things to see and places to go, a caravan holiday is the perfect way to get around. Here is our guide to some of the best caravan parks in Devon.

 


Oakdown Touring and Holiday Caravan Park

Gatedown Ln, Weston, Sidmouth EX10 0PT

Oakdown is an AA Platinum-graded site which welcomes touring and motor caravans with a choice of non-serviced, serviced or super-serviced pitches with electric hook ups. The park lies within the East Devon AONB and is close to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Facilities include a play area, TV room, toilet and shower block, laundry, kitchen and a dog wash. The park also has a range of static caravans, luxury lodges and holiday cottages for hire.


Andrewshayes Holiday Park

Dalwood, Axminster EX13 7DY

Andrewshayes Holiday Park is situated on the edge of the Blackdown Hills in East Devon, only six miles from the Jurassic Coast. The park has a range of glamping pods, static caravans and pitching sites which are covered in astroturf and have electric hook ups. Facilities include a heated swimming pool, bar and cafe, family arcade room, toddler soft play room, children’s play area and sports field. There is also a private woodland walk area.


Karrageen Caravan and Camping Park

Karrageen House, Bolberry, Kingsbridge TQ7 3EN

Karrageen is located within a valley surrounded by coastline on the southern tip of Devon. Hope Cove village is only a mile away and Salcombe a further four miles. The park offers static holiday homes, camping and 70 pitches for touring and motor caravans. Facilities include toilet and shower blocks, utility room, laundry and well stocked shop. In the morning, the park sells freshly baked bread and pastries.


Ladram Bay Holiday Park

Ladram Road, Otterton, Budleigh Salterton EX9 7BX

Add Ladram Bay to your list of scenic Devon caravan parks – this park has a private beach and sweeping ocean views. The park has luxury lodges, holiday homes, glamping pods, camping and caravan facilities. Pitches are fully-serviced with water, electricity and waste drainage. Facilities include an entertainment venue, restaurant and a swimming pool complex with a sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. There are plenty of activities for children, including adventure golf and water sports on the private beach.


Stowford Farm Meadows

Berry Down, Combe Martin, Ilfracombe EX34 0PW

This family friendly caravan site in North Devon is set amongst 500 acres of countryside and mature woodland. Stowford Farm has self-catering holiday cottages, country lodges, static homes and plenty of grass and hardstanding pitches for caravans with electric hook ups. Facilities include toilet and shower blocks, a choice of eateries, on-site accessory shop and a farm shop. There are also tons of activities and entertainment, including a 22 metre heated indoor pool, horse riding stables, crazy golf, play areas and live music.


Channel View Camping and Caravan Park

Warren Rd, Brean, Burnham-on-Sea TA8 2RR

Channel View Camping and Caravan Park benefits from scenic views across Lynton, Lynmouth and the Bristol Channel. The park has a range of holiday homes and camping and touring sites. Pitches are hard-standing and have electric hook ups, and facilities include toilet and shower blocks, washing up area, laundrette, family room, wifi and a self-service shop. There are many footpaths across moorland and along the coast that lead right from the park.

North Morte Farm Caravan and Camping Park

N Morte Rd, Mortehoe, Woolacombe EX34 7EG

This family run park has been operating since the 1940s, and offers gravel touring pitches with electric hook up and TV aerial points. Facilities include shower blocks with free hot showers, toilets, waste disposal points, dishwashing area, on-site shop, laundrette, wifi and a children’s play area. The park is only 500 yards away from Rockham Beach and has direct access to the South West Coast Path. The village of Mortehoe is only a five minute walk away.


Galmpton Touring Park

Greenway Rd, Galmpton, Brixham TQ5 0EP

Galmpton Touring Park is set in rural surroundings overlooking the River Dart in South Devon. It caters for touring caravans, tents and motorhomes, as well as some holiday lets. There are non-electric and hardstanding electric pitches, and facilities include a shower and toilet block, pot wash and laundry room, children’s play area, outdoor games and park shop. The park is in a fantastic location for walkers, cyclists and boaters, with plenty of seaside towns and countryside to explore.

 


Things to Do in Devon

Devon Bird Of Prey Centre

Fermoys Garden Centre, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 5TN

Bickleigh Mill

Riverside Shopping, Bickleigh, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 8RG

Escape Down The Rabbit Hole

1 Market Street, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1BX

Canonteign Falls

Christow, Exeter, Devon, EX6 7RH

Red House Mysteries Torquay

8-9 Braddons Hill Road West, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 1BG

Livit Adventures

Livit Adventures, Westacott Farm, Abbotsham, Devon, EX39 5BN