Visit Devon and stay at Leacroft Touring Park, a family holiday destination found near the coast, close to the county border with Dorset and within reach of numerous local attractions.
This park is open from late March until the middle of October every year, welcoming guests with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents onto the site. Seasonal pitches are available at Leacroft Touring Park, while short- and long-term storage options are offered, from nightly storage to winter and year round storage. This is a family friendly and dog friendly campsite.
Pitches for motorhomes and touring caravans are either grass or hardstanding, and all benefit from electric hook-ups, while there is plenty of room for an awning, too. The natural woodland combined with wooden fences at the park ensures that all pitches provide a degree of seclusion and privacy for guests staying here. A separate tent camping area is found at the park and is great for those wanting a true back to basics camping experience.
Facilities provided at Leacroft Touring Park to ensure guests enjoy a comfortable stay include showers, toilets, basins, a laundrette and a dishwashing area. The park also stocks Calor Gas and Camping Gaz, and has a small shop where guests can pick up holiday essentials and groceries without needing to head out of the site. Wi-Fi is also available for guests to use during their stay.
A dog walking area is provided on-site for guests that take their pet along to stay at the site – owners are requested to control their dogs and clean up after them. There's also a children’s play area and a small activities area that is perfect for guests that want to play ball games.
If you like to do a lot of walking on your camping and caravan holidays, Leacroft Touring Park is ideally situated, as it is near the South West Coast Path.
The seaside town of Seaton in East Devon is no more than a 10-minute drive from this holiday park. Here you can enjoy time on the beach or ambling along the esplanade, plus there are lots of shops, as well as cafes, coffee shops, tearooms, pubs, bars and restaurants, so you can enjoy a meal out.
For a different slice of coastal life, go to the Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs National Nature Reserve, about a 15-minute drive from this campsite. And just up the coast from here is Lyme Regis itself, this charming little town known as a place that's good for fossil hunting.
And this is how near the Dorset/Devon border this campsite is, as Lyme Regis is across that border, therefore as well as exploring Devon, stay at Leacroft Touring Park and visit Dorset on your holidays too. The West Dorset Heritage Coast runs from here down to Weymouth and includes the famous Chesil Beach.
If some city life appeals, visit Exeter, which is about a 50-minute drive from this campsite. Exeter Cathedral is a magnificent sight and there's lots to take in at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. Or if you fancy something more energetic, Go Ape! at Haldon, just outside Exeter could be what you're looking for.