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.


This is the best camp site we ever stayed on the ultimate in camping luxury!! plots are surrounded by trees, very clean, luxury shower blocks, grounds immaculate, the dog loved the acres of lovely woodland, we will be coming back.

Barbara Smith-Humfress

Salome Daly

We've just returned from 3 nights at Warcombe Farm with three other families (8 children 2-8 years old) and our dog.

As everyone says, it is a fabulously clean and tidy campsite with lovely pitches (our friend's even had a sea view!).

The dog walking area is second-to-none with paths mown through long grass that is planted with native trees. You can easily spend a good hour walking a couple of different circuits.

Our pitches were at the bottom of the site and it's worth having a windbreak if you're camping there.

The children loved the play area and happily cycled around the site making friends.

Salome Daly