Wet Suit Wash

Wet Suit Wash


Following up on suggestions from our guests, we have added a wet suit wash by the main shower block. Allowing you to rinse out the salt water from your wet suits after a days surfing or coasteering.

If you've ever thought about an adrenaline packed, coasteering trip to North Devon, there are a number of experienced companies around that can give you the benefit of their experience. Offering a progressive learning experience, with scary jumps, sea caves, and turbulent swims that guarantee to get your heart racing!


Fantastic place

Just returned from a fantastic weekend. Fantastic park with superb facilities. Family bathrooms were outstanding and so warm which was much needed on the chilly evenings. Super friendly staff, who were most helpful. Great location and already booked our return in August. Can't wait to come back.

Barl M

We stayed on the site at the end of the season. Some of the pitches where a bit bare on grass but the grounds are excellent. The sunsets and sunrises where amazing. We had a larger pitch with electric hook up, it was nice and secluded with plenty of trees and you were not right on top of your neighbours.

The showers and toilets were the best we have ever seen, very clean new and stylish with everything you could need and more, we particularly liked the fact there was a bath so after a long days cycling on the Tarka trail it was great to have. The staff were all very friendly and helpful, we altered our booking a few times and nothing seemed a problem.

We really liked the wooded area that they had planted, where you can join the footpaths to lee, or just let the dog loose.

Everything is covered here and we struggled to find anything to criticise, only thing would be no plugs in one of the shower blocks for the hair-dryer.

The village of Mortehoe is walkable but we always drove, the local shop had all we needed and there are two pubs. Woolacombe is an excellent beach but beware as kite buggies are not allowed. The roads to the campsite are good, unlike many of the Devon roads. We are busy planning when to return again.

Christine Atkinson