Family owned and run site, set on a North Cornwall and North Devon border which is close to Bude.
Woodview is an elevated position and sheltered by trees with pitches coming in hardstanding or grass with a choice of electric hook-up. Wander south for the stream on the edge of the campsite that flows into the River Tamar, or branch out into the beech woodland a short stroll away for wildlife walks among the wildflowers.
Sheltered by trees, this park is near to the beach and mature woodland. Brilliant walk paths are available nearby, including the coastal path ,as well as flowers and wildlife.
Lots of excellent facilities to entertain you whilst on the site, and a short drive to local places of interest and beaches.
Facilities – all free – include a games room with table tennis, air hockey, Freeview TV, indoor football and snooker, and a newly refurbished shower and loo block with underfloor heating, baby changing and a disabled shower and loo. Laundry facilities are also available.
You might want to bring along your own racquets
Camp fires allowed in designated areas.
If you’re not using one of the 8 riverside firepits, barbecues can be used (sensibly please) in the main pitching area, with a side helping of views towards Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor.
The Big Sheep
Crealy Adventure Park
The Eden Project
Tamar Otter Sanctuary
Milky way adventure park
Within 20 minutes of Woodview Campsite, holidaymakers will find beaches, old seaside villages, family days out, coastal walks, sporty days and King Arthur legends at nearby Tintagel.
There are pubs serving food and many tiptop restaurants close by in the area of Bude, Hartland and Bideford (hang around in summer for carnivals and family events).
Bude’s beaches, Sandymouth, Summerleaze and Crooklets, are popular with families and those dipping into watersports; surf schools and surf gear hire shops are aplenty on this part of coast.
Plus Bude has an outdoor seapool which supports "swim safe" teaching swimmers how to cope in sea conditions.
Tamar Lake is also nearby to try sailing, fishing and canoeing, and the Bude Tourist Information & Canal Visitor Centre has info on navigating Bude Canal by kayak or rowing boat.
On land, Bude is on the National Cycle Network NCN3 linking to the Camel Trail; both have gentle rides suitable for families. The South West Coast Path can be picked up at Bude tourist information centre and covers superbly scenic walks from Bude to Boscastle, Marsland Mouth and Crackington Haven.
Also within 20 minutes, land fans have tenpin bowling and six levels of play at Harlequinns Leisure, and to rock climbing, tennis, squash, horse riding and golf: ask the Woodview team for their recommendations.
To the south, Tintagel and its castle are among the most visited places in Britain: stop at Boscastle on the way for one of our fave UK museums the Museum of Witchcraft, and carry on down the coast to Newquay for Newquay Zoo or a day at the Crealy Great Adventure Park in Wadebridge.
Cobbled Clovelly is to the north: clop around here for the day to see the town’s renowned steep street and have an astronomical day out at The Milky Way Adventure Park.
Bodmin Moor, Exmoor and Dartmoor are all within an hour’s drive, and an abundance of other family days out are easy to get to from Woodview, such as the Eden Project at St Austell, Launceston’s Tamar Otter Sanctuary and Trethorne Leisure Park, and The Big Sheep at Abbotsham.
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