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Lobb Fields Caravan & Camping Park

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For campers who wax their surf board or walking boots before packing a tent, Lobb Fields is a sublime destination.

Brilliantly located on the north Devon coast, next to the miles of golden sands at Saunton, between Woolacombe and Barnstaple, Lobb Fields is the perfect basecamp for coastal walks – the Tarka Trail is close - or riding the waves when the surf is up.

There's a surf hire shop next to the entrance area, and the new onsite Lobb Shack eaterie (opens March 2019) will happily cater for you if a day in the sea air has left you too tired to cook.

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Nearby, the Pixie Dell convenience store is within easy walking distance, and Braunton village, about one mile away, has a supermarket, off licences and cafés.
The site offers 180 pitches in two distinct areas.

The bottom field has its own toilet block and ample water points that are strategically placed. The middle field on more sloping ground has a toilet block at the top of the site and further water points. There are also bell tent glamping options available if you don't want to bring your own tent.

Lobb Fields
Saunton Road, Braunton, Devon EX33 1HG
01271 812090
lobbfields.com
Open 29 March to 3 November
Price From £11- £35

Site info

  • Hot showers
  • WiFi
  • Dogs allowed
  • Café
  • Laundry
  • Playground

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