Adult only campsites in Devon
Are you looking for a base where you can see the very best of Devon? Our adult only campsites in Devon also welcome touring caravans and are perfectly located close to the county’s top attractions and must-see places to visit.
Holidays in Devon offer something for all tastes, with a great mix of countryside, coast, history and bustling cities. No two visits to Devon are the same. With two wildly different coasts, rugged Dartmoor National Park and dramatic sea views, Devon has something for everyone.
Head to the coast
If you’re looking for gentle, rolling waves with green cliffs head to the south coast. Perfect for those looking to try their hand at paddle boarding or kayaking. On the flip side, for huge waves and wild cliff tops, get yourself to the North coast. Hit the waves on your surfboard to try out the surf that attracts people from all over the world.
Raw and rugged. Dartmoor is Devon’s huge expanse of moor land, speckled with rock tors, ancient forest and wide expanses of grassland. Explore the windswept centre through heather, discover the Devils cauldron, splash into clear freshwater pools or head for shelter in a cosy pub.
A Walkers Paradise
Devon is home to some of the finest coastal paths in the country. With Hartland Quay in the North, where you can ramble along high cliff tops. To the rolling hills which slip into the gentle waves of the South. In Devon, each section of the South West Coastal Path reveals beauty in every stride.
Picturesque seaside villages
There are a number of charming seaside villages just a short distance from our adults only touring sites in Devon. Stroll up and down the cobbled streets, browse the independent high-street shops or enjoy a classic fish and chips lunch overlooking the harbour.
Eat like a local
Because of the diversity of the landscape, Devon’s restaurants and cafes are able to offer you the most incredible, local, fresh foods. From fresh fish caught in Brixham harbour just that morning to lavish cream teas served with homemade jam and local cream, a trip to Devon is a foodies’ dream.
Cockington Village & Country Park
This park in Torquay is a mix of picturesque landscapes, open parkland, rural countryside and substantial woodland. Tucked in among this 450-acre park there are pretty lakes, a historic manor house with craft centre and studio and delightful thatched cottages and quaint church. All of this can be explored via a network of paths and bridleways.
National Marine Aquarium
The largest aquarium in the UK boasts tanks teeming with sharks, sting rays and hundreds of other species. There are 6 aquariums to see at this Plymouth attraction, including The Great Barrier Reef and the Lost At Sea Exhibition.
One of Europe’s top Stone Age caves, with an extensive labyrinth of spectacular and easily accessible caverns- open all year round. Follow the guides on an underground adventure, catch a glimpse of Britain’s earliest Ice Age beasts. Explore fascinating passageways and stunning chambers where you can get up close with thousands of year-old cave formations.
Our adults only campsites in Devon
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Say hello to relaxing getaways at our adult only campsites in Devon. Our collection of touring parks have something great for everyone, whether you’re looking for a small country park, somewhere to bring your furry friend or practice your fishing, you can find the park in Devon that’s right for you.
Hallsdown Farm Touring ParkArlington, Devon, EX314SW
Set in the peaceful rolling North Devon countryside, Hallsdown is the ideal retreat for either relaxing and walking holidays.Take a look
Woodland Springs Touring ParkDrewsteignton, Devon
Set inside the Dartmoor National Park, with grass, hardstanding and fully serviced pitches, and excellent heated facilities make it the perfect base.Take a look