Cycling Holidays in North Devon

Cycling Holidays in North Devon

 

Visitors to North Devon often bring along their bicycles, and many of our camping families use them on the park.

 


I would say that this site has the best facilities that I have ever encountered. The shower and toilet facilities were excellent and I particularly liked the family bathroom and shower rooms.

The play area was excellent as well and the whole site was very well maintained.

The only possible downside for me was that you could not really walk to a village or beach but we always seem to bring so much equipment to the beach that we always end up bringing the car anyway!

A brilliant campsite, I would definitely go back

Brett Sinclair

Fab time had by all

Situated in a great position to discover the local towns and villages of Woolacombe, Mortehoe, Ilfracombe and Croyde.

We stayed on pitch 87 by the lake which had full facilities (water, waste and EHU). I recommend taking 20m of hose for the water and waste as IMO these aren't in the best position to make the most of the pitches views. We arrived with about 12m and had to visit a local shop to get the extensions (an unexpected and unwelcome additional cost), but we know for next time.

Our pitch had a great view across the small lake, which had lots of ducks to entertain the children. Fishing is available too which was great, as you could hire the rod and basic kit from the on-site store. One of the wardens - Glyn, I think, was really helpful and showed the children how to fish and nothing was to much trouble for him. We joined up with two other families and really enjoyed ourselves. All of the facilities were excellent, clean and tidy.

We don't have any negatives about the site, but feel it is on the heavy side of ££ and this would be our only consideration about returning vs other sites in the area.

The Ridlets