Galmpton Touring Park

Brixham, Devon

Offers available
We do Seasonal pitches from the 28th March 2020 - October 25th 2020 at a much reduced price - please see our website or call us for more details.
Open from
28th March to 25th October 2020
Brixham, Devon, South West England, TQ5 0EP
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Last updated
17 Sep 2019
You enquired
Motorhome pitches
(£17.00 - £28.50)
Touring pitches
(£17.00 - £28.50)
Tent pitches
(£17.00 - £28.50)
Serviced pitches
(£24.50 - £38.50)
Seasonal pitches
(£1,900.00 - £3,000.00)
Motorhome pitches55£17.00-£28.50
Touring pitches75£17.00-£28.50
Tent pitches50£17.00-£28.50
Serviced pitches24£24.50-£38.50
Seasonal pitches80£1,900.00-£3,000.00

Camping pods
Safari tents
Bell tents
Karsten tents
Gypsy caravans
Shepherd huts

To rent
Holiday homes1£450.00-£900.00
Residential homes

To buy
Holiday homes2
Residential homes

Galmpton Touring Park is a family run park, set in a stunning location catering exclusively for touring caravans, tents and motorhomes. We have Seasonal pitches available, for those who would like to stay longer than a few nights!
We also have 2 holiday lets, one which sleeps 6 & the other sleeps 3.
We offer a quiet base from which families and couples can visit Torbay's attractions, explore the beautiful South Hams, or just sit back and enjoy the outstanding view. The sunset is unforgettable. The area is a beautiful place to explore, with a selection of beaches close by, the river down the road and plenty of options for things to do for all ages.
Facing south and west we benefit from the sun from rise to set. We enjoy the most spectacular views over the broadest reaches of the River Dart. As well as electric hook-ups we offer service pitches with electric hook-up, water connection and sink waste drain. We also offer both hard stand and grass pitches.
Our on park facilities include a site shop for all your essentials, along with plenty of tourist information & a great child's play area. We have excellent toilet & shower facilities including disabled and an under 5's bathroom. We also have a large indoor pot wash area & laundry room - with 2 commercial washing machines and a commercial dryer, ironing board & iron. A quiet base from which to explore Torbay's attractions, we are central to Brixham, Paignton, Torquay, Totnes and Dartmouth. With Broadsands Beach and the Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway only five minutes away by car, 'Quay West' wet and wild waterpark and Paignton Zoo within 15 minutes, quiet walks and river trips, there is plenty nearby for children and adults alike. Surrounded by countryside we are a short walk away from the local village shops and pub. Access from the main road is only half a mile.

More about the parkHide
  • Pets allowed
  • Disabled access
  • Family park
  • Children's play area(s)
  • 92 Electric hook-ups
  • 25 Water hook-ups
  • 25 Drainage hook-ups
  • Sanitary block(s)
  • Laundry
  • Shop
  • Wireless internet
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Washing up facilities

Small park shop
Tourist information
Dog walking area
Ice pack freezing facilities
Visiting Fish & Chip Van (Fridays)


Galmpton Touring Park (www)

Greenway Road, Galmpton
Devon, South West England
United Kingdom


Follow the A380/A3022 Torbay ring road. On joining A379 coast road signposted Brixham, 2nd right signed Galmpton Park. Continue through the village past the school, park entrance is on your right after approx. 200 yards. OS: 202/885558

Be careful with sat nav's for the last few miles with narrow roads, if you follow directions this should take you an easier way.

Nearby attractions

  • Beach [3 km]
  • Boat launch [3 km]
  • Cycle hire [5 km]
  • Fishing [3 km]
  • Golf [1000m]
  • Horse Riding [10 km]
  • Sailing [3 km]
  • Swimming (Indoor) [4 km]
  • Swimming (Outdoor) [5 km]
  • Tennis
  • Water Sports
  • Internet Access
  • Leisure Centre

Greenway House & Gardens, National Trust
Greenway Ferries - Trips to Dartmouth, Dittisham, Torquay & Brixham
Dart Steam & Riverboat Company - Steam trains and Paddle Steam boat trips
Coleton Fishacre, National Trust House & Gardens
Paignton Zoo
Kents Cavern Caves

Dartmouth, Totnes, Brixham, Torquay, Paington



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Note: This review was left while under different management

A tidy & quiet site with lovely views over the River Dart. It is ideally situated for exploring the Torbay area.

The site is on a very steep slope which make it practically impossible for anyone camping in a tent to be comfortable. I suppose you can always sleep with your head up the hill. Breeze blocks are a must for levelling off touring caravans. This also causes real problems when trying to set up your awning. The toilet block is at the far end of the campsite on top of a slope, which is pretty slippy at times. The toilets appeared clean enough, however they could really do with modernising. Push button for the showers and taps which lasts a couple of seconds is not ideal and even more worrying is the lack of temperature control. The most annoying feature is having the dirty water form the person next to you when showering splashing all over your feet and up your legs when trying to get dry and dressed. The village itself, needs to be avoided when towing at school times.

West Yorkshire

Note: This review was left while under different management

the best site in south Devon the staff are the best very helpfull, the views are stunning the site is just as described,been last three years won't go anywhere else,lovely and quiet very restfull holiday


Note: This review was left while under different management

What a lovely site! We'd defiantely recommend it. We are a young couple in our mid 20's and enjoyed a lovely two week stay at the site at the end of August.

The site was stunning - the view was even more spectacular than the photos! It was just what the adverts said - a quiet, friendly site. We chose it specifically because we didn't want loud entertainment, and it was beautifully quiet.

There was a slight problem in the wash block (which is palatial!), but this was sorted quickly and efficiently. We found the staff very friendly and helpful. They had a tourist information centre on site, and gave us lots of advice about the local attractions. The recommendation for the local shops and two pubs within walking distance in the village were very accurate.

There's lots to do in the local area - either with the car or with public transport, so there was plenty to keep us happy for the two weeks.

We're planning to go back again next year.

Note: This review was left while under different management

We are a couple in our 20's. We looked at several camping options in the Brixham area for a week's holiday. We used the internet as our resource just as you are now. Galmpton touring park looked like just our sort of place and the description of the park and facilities on their website were very attractive.
Here are the main features of the site that they miss out of their marketing:
Camping area is situated on a sloping hillside so you wake up in the morning, your bed having moved in the night. Tourers will need some big blocks under the wheels.
Toilet/Shower block is on top of a hill within the site which has two steep slopes or a set of steps leading to it.
They DO NOT freeze your ice blocks. They do however offer a service where you borrow blocks for £1 refundable deposite and 30p refreeze charge PER BLOCK. No thankyou.
The site stresses that it is a quiet family site which chooses not to have a clubhouse or pool for this reason. Sounds nice??, don't be fooled, it's as noisy as any other site...only at this one they choose to police their anti-noise rules inconsistantly, choosing only to ask the people they feel they would least offend (young couples etc.) to turn down their barely audible wind-up radio at 4pm. The site encourages you to use local shops for your food and the local pubs for your evening out, which is a nice idea. But (strangely) close the gate on you at 11:15 pm so you can't drive to your tent/tourer. Only 15mins after last orders! One thing I have to mention is the showers..HOTTTT!!!, children were crying and climbing back out of ths showers as their parents were unable to control the temperature of the single push button on the wall. oh, and there is only one soap dispenser and hand dryer in the whole block which has approx 10 wash basins.

Don't get me wrong, this site has some beautiful views of the River Dart and is in a good location if you don't mind driving (well, queing). The staff are reasonably polite and friendly. They just need to focus there efforts on the more important things about making people's holidays great.


Note: This review was left while under different management

What an excellent caravan site. the facilities are excellent, and the welcome you receive is like no other, very warm and friendly.

The views are brilliant of the river dart, the park is excellent for the children too.

This site is a must if you want a friendly, welcoming site that has excellent facilites for all.

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