Visit Devon on your camping and caravan holidays and stay at Great Palstone Touring Caravan Park, in the heart of the county. Although the park is used as a caravan storage site for a number of tourists that holiday in Devon on a regular basis, a selection of serviced seasonal pitches are also available at the site.
Guests that choose to stay at Great Palstone Touring Caravan Park have plenty of choice when it comes to finding things to do, with all of Devon within reach, as well as journeys into Cornwall also a possibility. The two counties have a vast range of attractions that the whole family can enjoy.
Great Palstone Touring Caravan Park is close to the A38, the main trunk road that runs through Devon and down into Cornwall. On the opposite side of the road and close to Great Palstone Touring Caravan Park is Dartmoor National Park, one of the UK’s iconic national parks and a popular tourist attraction for those who visit Cornwall as well as Devon.
Dartmoor is a wonderful and wild part of the country, whether tourists are looking to enjoy leisure time or want to take part in one of the many organised activities that are held across the park. Guests looking to explore Dartmoor themselves will find plenty of popular walking trails, although cycling and horse riding is also regularly enjoyed across the rolling terrain. Those happy to take on Dartmoor’s hills are rewarded with amazing views across Devon and into Cornwall on a clear day. Dartmoor’s trails take in woodland as well as pure countryside, and are perfect for wildlife seekers and bird watchers.
You could also visit Dartmoor prison or Dartmoor zoo, while anyone looking to enjoy something a little different can spend some time geocaching, a modern take on orienteering that involves seeking out various points of interest. Best of all, geocaching requires only a smartphone app, so no trying to read and getting confused by maps!
The location of Great Palstone Touring Caravan Park means that trips to the coast are also on the agenda when staying in the area. Fancy a day beside the seaside? The relatively calm seas of Devon’s south coast are perfect for swimming and paddling, while the coastal areas offer miles of walks with terrific views into the English Channel. The South West Coast Path can be joined at various points, ideal for those looking to stick to a well trodden route.
This caravan park is also close to popular seaside resorts, including Dartmouth, Paignton and Torquay, and you will find lots of things to do at these locations, with all the popular seafront activities including parks, crazy golf and amusement arcades, in addition to the great beaches themselves. Paignton has a zoo which children will love to visit, plus in Torquay there is the English Riviera Wheel.
Anyone preferring city life can take a trip into Plymouth, about a 30-minute drive from this campsite, where you'll find museums, galleries and other points of interest, as well as shops and some tempting bars and restaurants.
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