Warcombe Farm Nature Trail

Warcombe Farm Nature Trail

 

At Warcombe we are very proud of our nature trail. With the help of North Devon AONB we have a marked trail that weaves it's way from the lake and round the Woodland walk, providing information about the wildlife that can be found all around us. Children will have fun doing the quiz that is available from reception.

More information on our Nature Trail here

 


Had a really good stay during really bad weather. Everyone who works on site is very friendly and seem to enjoy what they do. A few problems with pitch allocation but these were put right with the minimum of fuss and in a good humoured way.

The toilet and shower block are excellent and they really have listened to what you need in campsite facilities - under floor heating if only just to stand and warm up your feet. As one of our campers said 'Carlsberg don't make campsite showers but if they did they'd be like these'

This is how a camping site should be - simple enough to sit and enjoy the outdoors with out club houses and enforced entertainment, and with the quality facilities you need. It is a good base for the touring area and we'd all go there again.

Declan

Loved this site - will return

Stayed at this site in April 2014. Booked an extra large tent pitch, it was huge and easily swallowed an 8 man tent, 2 cars and a picnic table with plenty of space to spare. The site is flat throughout and most of the tent pitches are secluded with trees / shrubs between each pitch, giving some privacy.

Toilet and shower block appears to be a recent build, is well maintained with underfloor heating and is spotlessly clean. Plenty of WC's and spacious shower cubicles. Showers are hot. There is also an indoor washing up station (4 sinks) and laundry with driers.

Staff are very welcoming and friendly. Without doubt the best camp site we have ever stayed at. We are already planning to return this year.

Nearest pub is the Fortescue arms, about 0. 7 mile, gets great reviews but lacks charm. However a better option, for the more adventurous is to leave the park at the northern end, walk down the lane and take the footpath on your right, down a steep wooded glade, along a stream for a about a mile until you reach the village of Lee where you will find the Grampus Inn serving good food in great surroundings. (It's a long walk back uphill- not recommended in the dark). Also recommend the Ship Aground in Mortehoe.

Pinner Humphs