Slapton Sands Camping and Caravanning Club Siteenjoys the perfect location overlooking Devon’s famous Heritage Coastline, only a short drive from the charming town of Dartmouth. Our park is open from late March to early November, and welcomes motorhomes, touring campervans, and tents onto site. We offer serviced pitches complete with electricity hook-up, while convenient facilities including toilets, laundry, and chemical waste disposal are available for guests to use on-site. We also provide Wi-Fi internet access for anyone looking to keep up with what is happening at home or who wants to plan their day and decide which part of this beautiful area they are going visit.
You can enjoy easy access to the beach at Slapton Sands from our park, as well as the famous Slapton Ley nature reserve, which is a freshwater lagoon home to many fascinating plants and creatures. We are also a short drive away from the popular Blackpool Sands beach, which is known as one of the best in the United Kingdom, while a trip to Dartmouth allows you to pick out a seafront restaurant and enjoy fresh and tasty seafood almost as soon as it comes into the restaurant.
As well as a range of stunning coastal locations, you can also venture north into Dartmoor National Park, which has a number of excellent walking routes that offer everything from a gentle stroll to a challenging trek featuring steep hills and rolling countryside. Many of these routes are also accessible on bicycle, while there is also opportunities to enjoy horse riding on the flatter routes. Dartmoor also lends itself to a variety of other outdoor activities, including abseiling and climbing, and there are plenty of places to go fishing as well as golf courses surrounding the park.
Devon also has a range of activities throughout its major towns that are perfectly suited for travellers of all tastes, and especially for families. Paignton Zoo is popular throughout the year, while the Eden Project can be reached in under two hours for early starters who don’t mind a longer journey. Driving into Plymouth also means you can take the ferry across to some of the charming towns of Northern France, although Plymouth itself is a great place with numerous shops, bars, and restaurants, and is definitely worth spending a day in.
Use Slapton Sands Camping and Caravanning Club Site as your base for exploring the Devon coast; the great location and surrounds of the park and easy access to so many great places means you won’t be disappointed.
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
Battery charging facilities
The shingle beach at Slapton Sands is the nearest to the site and separates the sea from Slapton Ley, a fresh water lagoon, in a National Nature Reserve. There are sandy beaches on either side of it, as well as further afield on the South Devon Heritage Coast, including the Blue Flag award-winning Blackpool Sands.
There are a number of walks along the coast or inland on Dartmoor, as well as a variety of attractions, including the mediaeval town of Dartmouth, which has a lovely harbour where you can go crabbing or take a boat trip. Other nearby family options include Paignton Zoo, Splashdown water park and Woodlands theme park.
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