South Devon Camping
South Devon Camping is only a ten minute stroll from the long sandy beach of South Milton Sands (so no need to pay for expensive car parking charges at the beach!). Here you will find the mysterious Thurlestone Rock, plenty of rock pooling at low tide, safe swimming and water sports such as wind surfing, stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking. It is also a dog friendly beach.
South Devon Camping is a relaxed and simple off-grid campsite set in a prime South Devon location, with all the facilities you need for an affordable holiday. The Village Inn pub at Thurlestone and other eateries on the beach are all within walking distance from the campsite.
All pitches are grass and spacious at 10m square. Campervans, tents and bell tents are all welcome. Bring your own fire pit or hire one of ours !
Facilities include hot showers (coin operated 20p per minute), long drop eco toilets with individual sink and mirror, as well as a kitchen area with hot water and communal fridge/freezers. The site offers a farm shop selling our own farm grown produce, local produce and basics, plus there is also a village shop just one minute in the car. Chemical waste disposal is available for campervans if required. (Please note there are no electric hook-ups but we can offer mobile phone charging upon request).
Bantham Beach, Bigbury Beach and the small fishing village of Hope Cove and it's beaches are all in walking distance from the campsite along the coastal path. If it is shopping that you are after, then Kingsbridge, Totnes and Dartmouth are just a short drive away. The pretty harbour town of Salcombe with it's shops and beaches is just a four mile drive in the car.
South Devon Camping is open from July till the first week in September.
Prices start from £18 to £25 per night per pitch including one vehicle (no charge for gazebo's or dogs).
Many people describe South Devon Camping as a hidden gem. It is a special place that campers return to year after year.
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This page was last updated: 24 March 2021