Dartmouth Camping and Caravanning Club allows you to enjoy a stay in a quiet and secluded location outside of the lively town of Dartmouth, close to the village of Stoke Fleming. One of the most popular caravan parks in Devon, Dartmouth Camping and Caravanning Club is close enough to the coast to be called a seafront park, but far enough away that it is nicely secluded from the rolling breeze that often shoots in from the English Channel.
The park has a large selection of pitches that are open to motorhomes, touring campervans, and cars with tents. We offer fully serviced pitches complete with full electricity hook-up capability, as well as access to a range of other conveniences throughout the site, including laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal. The park offers Wi-Fi internet to all guests for the duration of their stay, while our handy on-site shop means if you simply want to spread our time between our site and the nearby beach, you never have to venture out any further. We have a children’s play area for little ones if exploring the beach wasn’t enough fun for them, while you can also bring pets along to explore the beautiful scenery and take in the inspirational surroundings.
Our nearest beach is Blackpool Sands, which is renowned in the area, award winning, and regularly cited as one of the best beaches in the United Kingdom. Away from the coast, our site is surrounded by rolling countryside which presents many opportunities for sightseeing walks or heading out to relax with the dog. Woodlands and streams present further chances for exploration and fishing, while if you are happy to get in the car and explore further you will find a range of activities on offer in Dartmoor National Park, as well as a wide range of lively shops, bars, and restaurants in Plymouth and Torquay, while Paignton Zoo is a definite “must do” day out.
If you are happier staying close to your base, then Dartmouth has plenty to offer, too. A real “traditional feeling” town, narrow streets are lined by quirky shops, and the restaurants selling freshly caught fish simply have to be tried. You’ll also find art galleries, cafes, and many other great places in this friendly and welcoming community.
Whether you want to use our park for exploring Devon and Cornwall or simply as your base for exploring the coast and immediate area, we’re sure you’ll love staying with us.
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Dartmouth is a historic, deep water port. Its narrow streets house boutique shops, art galleries and delicatessens. The cobbled market place hosts regular Farmers’ Markets. The town is a sailor’s paradise, with the Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta being held during the last week of August.
The beaches of South Hams are rightly famous. Blackpool Sands is in a spectacular crescent-shaped bay. Slapton Sands offers miles of unspoilt shingle beach and Torcross has an area for watersports.
Paignton Zoo is home to thousands of animals in 80 acres of natural habitat. The Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway travels along seven miles of track on the Torbay coast. The Round Robin is a circular trip by steam train, ferry, river boat and open-top bus.
The Model Village at Babbacombe has its own castle and medieval village.
Kents Cavern has a history of human habitation going back over 500,000 years. Guided tours help visitors find out what life was like in the Stone Age.
Woodlands Theme Park is a great day out for the family and has the UK’s biggest indoor play centre.
Buy freshly-caught fish from the market in the port at Brixham. The town also has Napoleonic fortifications in Berry Head Country Park.
Torquay is known as the ‘Queen of the English Riviera’. The town has nine beaches and was home to crime writer Agatha Christie.
Totnes hosts an Elizabethan town market every Tuesday and Friday during the summer.
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