Lakeside Netting

Lakeside Netting

 

Back in February 2007 the Environment Agency came on site to thin the stocks of fish held in the lake to ensure that the fish remaining would remain healthy.

The fish that were removed were then taken to re-stock other lakes around North Devon.

We continue to take periodic advice from the Environment agency, to ensure the health of our fish stocks and the lake that they happily live in.

When the lake has become overstocked the Environment Agency have netted the lake and taken the smaller fishes to stock other waterways.

 


Great site

Just back after nearly a week camping. We left a day early as rained solid for previous 2 days and tent had reached its limit (as had patience with 2 young kids... ).

On the nice days however was by far the best site we've camped at. Facilities exceptional, not seen better anywhere. We would deffo return, if weather guaranteed!!

One slight negative point, one of the ranger staff was a bit grumpy. We came back to site one night at 8mph, 3 over the limit. He stormed over to the car like there had been a major incident to tell us to slow down. We were doing 8mph, slower than most who drove into site that night!

That aside, all others were top notch but it did leave us miffed and feeling like naughty school kids!

Great site though, deffo go back if they'd have us

Warcombe Farm Camping Park:
Thanks for your great review Paul - sorry that the weather was not so good - it is tough camping with youngsters when the rain sets in sometimes!
Regarding the speed issue, we have been on the ball this year, as there have been many complaints and problems with folks just going too fast - and it's a real concern when there are lots of children around.
We are glad you enjoyed our park and hope that you will visit again soon! Hope that the summer warms up for us all!

Paul R

A great place to go never had a computer when I went 7 years ago but we are going this year. Had a great time, if you want to chill this is the place to go

Gary Roberts