The best campsites in Devon
Premier Parks is a group of campsites and touring parks which have been independently rated and reviewed by our editiorial team. They have to meet a very high standard so that we can assure people of a first class holiday.
There are 12 Premier Parks in Devon, all offering a variety of experiences for guests. Some are smaller rural parks, others have full facilities or are close to the beach. The one thing they all have in common is they offer the ideal place to pitch-up when exploring this glorious county in the south west.
A countryside campsite, a short drive from the seaside resort of Seaton, with an heated outdoor pool with retractable roof.
Full-facility park overlooking the Torbay Riviera. Indoor and outdoor pools, crazy golf, restaurant and entertainment on site.
Site with five fishing lakes, indoor and outdoor pools, play area and a woodland walk leading to Dawlish Warren beach.
Charming and immaculate caravan park with fully serviced pitches and surrounded by stunning countryside.
Campsite in a wooded valley with adventure playgrounds and an ornamental lake. New restaurant opening in 2014.
A family-orientated site near Dawlish whose facilities include an outdoor pool and water flumes, restaurant, bar and takeaway.
CC Affiliated Site, close to the M5 (so easy access) and alongside the Grand Western Canal. Great for walks along the towpath.
Set in a picturesque valley with a first class amenities block, fishing lake and woodland walks.
The holiday park has an outdoor pool, terraced pitches and is located in 23 acres of parkland. Access the Tarka Trail directly from the site.
Lakeside pitches for fishing enthusiasts plus a play area with zip wire. 14 acres of woodland with a large dog walk.
Only 2.5 miles from the nearest beaches and a short drive from Paignton, Brixham and Torbay. Many facilities including an outdoor pool, cafe and craft room.
An adults only campsite directly off the ring road between Torquay and Paignton with shop, restaurant, takeaway and bar.
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