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Campsite of the Month: Woodovis Park, Tavistock

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Woodovis Park is a small, safe and peaceful five-star holiday park near to the ancient stannary market town of Tavistock and nestled on the edge of Devon’s Tamar Valley: an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a designated World Heritage Site.


Enjoy exploring Dartmoor, quaint harbours and villages, National Trust properties galore and stunning uncrowded beaches all within easy reach. Or, get active with hiking, biking, canoeing and horse riding – there is so much to choose from.

It’s ideally located for exploring the West Country, with endless places to visit and things to do on your holiday. It's close to Dartmoor National Park and within easy reach of the UK’s most dramatic coastlines and beaches.

It is a tranquil haven with excellent facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool, spa pool and infrared therapy sauna. With a commitment to the environment, quality and cleanliness, Woodovis offers a friendly and luxurious holiday destination.

And above all, you can be guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome and enjoy a restful, relaxing holiday which is why so many visitors return as friends, year after year.

Site details
Woodovis Park
Woodovis House, Gulworthy, Tavistock,
Devon PL19 8NY
Telephone: 01822 832968 
Website: woodovis.com
Open: 13 March to 31 October
Price: From £21


Campsite facilities
Heated indoor pool, spa and therapy cabin
Dog-walking area
Baby washroom
Games room
Launderette
Woodchipped play area

You can find thousands of great campsites at Premier Parks

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