Woodleigh Caravan Park
Cheriton Bishop, Devon
Woodleigh Caravan Park in Devon lies on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, and close to historic Exeter and the sandy beaches of the South Devon Coast. Pet and family-friendly, the park welcomes touring caravans, campervans and tents.
Dartmoor is a vast, wild, sparely populated area of south Devon roamed by wild ponies. Nature has decorated its landscapes with forests and wetlands and crowned its hills with craggy tors. Here the presence of the ancient past is felt all around thanks to the area’s many tombs, stone circles, ruined medieval farmhouses and thatched rooftop villages.
The area’s numerous walking and cycling trails make this a perfect destination for a walking holiday in Devon. Walks local to Woodleigh include one that loops a wooded gorge and another that winds through the hills and valleys that surround the last castle built in Britain.
The historic city of Exeter is just 25 minutes away, and the beaches, coves and seaside towns of the South Devon coast, including Torquay, are only a little further.
Onsite, there’s a café and two lakes along the banks of which guests are welcome to go fishing. The Victorian coach house next door is now home to a café that serves tea, coffee, hot meals and a locally famous breakfast.
Woodleigh welcomes touring caravans, campervans and tents. You can choose between grass and hardstanding pitches and electric hook-ups are available. Plan your stay for anywhere between one night and a month or more.
To find out more about this caravan park in Devon, please enquire now.
Places to Visit in South Devon
A 600-year-old castle with a deer park set beside the Exe Estuary. Explore its grounds and lavish interiors and look out for the special events hosted here throughout the year.
Becky Falls Ancient Woodland Park
This forest park with woodland trails, crafts and a children’s zoo centres around a beautiful waterfall.
This long sandy beach is great for relaxing, rock pooling and water sports. It’s also the Western tip of the Jurassic Coast UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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