Award winning family run park set in Dartmoor National Park beside the River Tavy, with delightful views of the moor.
Riverside camping and spacious level pitches - grass and hardstanding pitches available as well as premium fully serviced pitches. Heated toilet and shower block, indoor and outdoor dishwashing areas, free hot water. Disabled access shower room and family shower rooms available. Picnic benches available for use throughout the site.
Dog friendly site, well behaved dog owners welcomed, dogs must be kept on a lead at all times on the Park. There is a hot water dog shower with free dog shampoo and a 2 acre dog exercise area.
'Comfortable Camping' in a Shepherd's Hut or a Studio Lodge. A variety of luxury self-catering caravan and lodge holiday homes with heat, light, bed linen and towels included. There is also a beautiful 3 bedroom cottage on site.
A David Bellamy Gold award site, Visit England 5 stars, AA 5 Pennants, cyclist friendly and walker friendly.
Just 2 miles from the award winning market town of Tavistock with its wide range of independent shops and historic Pannier Market. Ideally situated for walking and exploring Dartmoor, West Devon and the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or enjoying the relaxed ambience of this beautiful park.
The West Devon cycle route 27 is adjacent to the park and is a safe footpath into Tavistock. Nearby is a bus stop to Tavistock, Okehampton and Barnstaple. In Tavistock the bus station has connections to Plymouth and surrounding areas.
Take away food diner on site at weekends from Easter through to October.
We are ideally situated for touring Devon and Cornwall and their spectacular coasts, walking the moor, horse riding, golf, fishing or just relaxing on this beautiful park.
Nearby there are adventurous pastimes (e.g. mountain biking, tree surfing, canoeing, geocaching etc) golf, horse riding, theatre/cinema, indoor heated swimming pool, traditional pubs, a wide selection of shops and The Tavistock Pannier Market selling local produce and unusual gifts and crafts
Based on 6 review(s)
East Sussex 27 Aug 2011
We are a family of four (2 children) and we have found the site fantastic. Our girls have really enjoyed the play area & we have really liked the security of the site. The location is fantastic and very beautiful, the staff are extremely helpful and very knowledgable. I would definately recommend this site to anyone with kids or pets. We came in August 2011 and will be returning, it's no surprise that this site is award winning. It definately has my vote.
Property manager response (04 Oct 2011)
Thank you Julie for your very positive review - it really helps us when we get feedback. We are working hard this winter on a number of improvement projects and hope that our returning guests and new ones will enjoy their experience even more in 2012.
cornwall 24 Aug 2011
We had a lovely stay, the site is clean and friendly and the position is one of beauty. we totally relaxed and the children loved the river. we also have two dogs and they were very happy and it was so nice to have a proper exercise field.
we loved it there
Property manager response (25 Aug 2011)
Hi Merryn, thanks for your feedback we really appreciate hearing our guests' views and were happy to hear you enjoyed your stay.
Devon 30 Jun 2011
We first visited Harford Bridge last August and had a lovely time with our 2 children, aged 9 and 11. We went back there with a group of families in June and again had a great weekend, despite the weather. All the children, 11 of them ranging from ages 3 to 13, enjoyed the park. The play area was very popular and there was plenty of space to play. They also had great fun in the river. We'll definitely be going back.
Devon 22 Jun 2011
Yet another wonderful visit to this clean friendly site , this our 4th visit , kids loved it in the revamped play park (gone for ages)shower blocks clean and modern. Fantastic location for the moors for wonderful walks and not far from the town and also plymouth . All in all cracking site for all the family will be going back for visit no. 5
Cornwall 23 Mar 2011
Lovely tranquil site set in peaceful surroundings. Perfect for couples looking for a relaxing, quiet holiday.
Although a small playarea and having some lovely riverside pitches, the site is not what I consider to be family friendly. We have 3 young children and found lots of restrictions in place for children. Pitch sizes were adequate but a strange mixture of campers on the site, from party groups, old couples, families and young couples.
Would recommend for couples but definitly not for anyone bringing children.
Suffolk 31 Aug 2009
A stunning site! Perfectly peaceful, with only the rushing of the water to disturb the rustling of the trees.
As you enter the site, the reception / shop / games / TV room is on your left. On your right is a large perfectly prepared lawn laid out with picnic tables. Continue towards the river and you arrive at the pitching areas.
The first pitching area is very approximately 200m x 80m level and well sheltered. The riverside pitches tend to be under trees; away from the river is in the open. Continue to the end through a gate and you are in a second much smaller area; again level and well sheltered. This is my favourite as it has a very cozy feel. Picnic tables are dotted about everwhere. There is free access to the river from both pitching areas, so families with children need to observe the obvious precautions.
There had been a considerable amount of rain during our visit, but the whole site remained solid and puddle free.
The wc / shower (free and substantially heated) facility is 6*, as is the pot washing / laundry facility opposite. No real problem, but these facilities are bit far from some of the pitches.
Dog friendly with a pleasant dog walking meadow just across from the entrance.
Buy your basics from the on-site shop; for everything else you need to go to Tavistock. Tavistock is a vey nice market town, but to get the best from it, go when the historic Pannier Market is open.
Two good eats & drinks pubs reasonably near. The Peter Tavy in Peter Tavy (Evening main courses £10 - £15) and the Trout & Tipple on the A386 towards Tavistock. ( Plymouth CAMRA Country Pub of the Year 2009)
Finally, a word of warning. There are many, many small lanes locally that are totally unsuitable for caravans. So I strongly advise not using your GPS in this area as primary navigation when towing. If you follow the GPS down one of these, you will not be happy I promise you.
Harford Bridge Holiday Park, Tavistock, Devon
We thought that the park was wonderful: immaculate facilities and wide in range. Wonderful location and extremely friendly staff. We wouldn't hesitate in recommending the park to others.
- 15 Aug 2018Harford Bridge Park Anonymous guest
We had a lovely stay, the staff were excellent, really helpful and friendly. Couldn't have asked for more. Would definitely stay again :)
- 01 Jul 2018Harford Bridge Park Anonymous guest
Lovely clean site. Toilets and bathrooms always pristine. Dog shower is a wonderful addition. Always feel safe and secure here.
- 01 Jul 2018Harford Bridge Park Anonymous guest
Overall very good. Was impressed by the excellent dog facilities, wonderful location for days out. Good sized pitches.
- 20 Jun 2018Harford Bridge Park Anonymous guest