Devon (South) Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in Devon (South)

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South Devon 

Bordering Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset is the county of Devon (archaically known as Devonshire).  It is the only English county to have two separate coastlines, providing a variety of lovely bays and beaches as well as many fisheries, ports and seaside towns.  Along with its mild climate, Devon is a very popular tourist destination in the UK.

There is a wide range of attractions for all the family to enjoy whilst visiting South Devon.  For fun and thrills, visit Devon’s Crealy Adventure Park; Clip ‘n Climb; Quay Climbing Centre; or Go Ape! Haldon, all of which are in Exeter.  Woodlands Family Theme Park in Dartmouth, or Canoe Adventures in Tuckenhay.

For animal lovers, why not visit the Miniature Pony Centre in North Bovey, Pennywell Farm in Buckfastleigh, Shaldon Wildlife Trust, or the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth?

There are many wonderful beaches to spend your time lounging about on, such as Babbacombe Beach in Torquay or Blackpool Sands Beach in Dartmouth. There are also incredible beaches situated in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty such as Bigbury on Sea Beach near Kingsbridge, Bovisand Beach, and Challborough Beach in Kingsbridge.

For hiking, biking and appreciating natural wildlife, there are some lovely wildlife reserves and coastal paths to enjoy.  Burn off some calories in Haldon Forest Park, Exeter;  visit the bird watchers’ paradise, Prawle Point; Stover County Park in Newton Abbot; or Dawlish Warren Beach – Nature & Wildlife Reserve.

As well as wonderful beaches and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to visit, there is also a plethora of historical attractions such as Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh;  Berry Pomeroy Castle near Totnes;  Dartmouth Castle;   Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth;  and one of the most popular west country’s attractions, Babbacombe Model Village in Torquay.

Noted for its award-winning wines, South Devon is popular for its food and drink.  Sharpham Vineyard and Cheese Dairy is set in a beautiful 550 acre estate on the bank of the River Dart in Totnes and is a must for lovers of wine.  The Potted Fish Company is also worth a visit, being a company that prides itself on using locally sourced produce and suppliers of not just its fish, but the plastic company that manufacture the pots!

Whilst in South Devon, make sure to spend a day out in the wilds of Dartmoor, visit the traditional British seaside resort of Torquay and the market town Kingsbridge, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  There are many other wonderful towns and villages just waiting to be explored!

by Nina Blanchard

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