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Our standard booking patterns are:

  • Arrive on a Monday for 4, 7 and 14 night breaks
  • Arrive on a Friday for 3, 7, 10 and 14 night breaks
  • Arrive on a Saturday for 7 and 14 night breaks
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday are non-arrival days

Our holiday season runs between March and November and therefore we cannot take bookings for holidays which fall outside of these dates.

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Park Holiday & Camping Site in Devon

Considered by many as the perfect UK holiday destination, Devon holiday parks is more than its image of elegant Edwardian hotels, promenades and palm trees swaying under eternal blue skies...

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Firstly, there’s rural southeast Devon and the South Hams with its red soil, rolling hills and picture postcard fishing towns such as Totnes, Salcombe and Dartmouth. This landscape of green fields and valleys is dotted with quaint villages, traditional pubs and tea shops.

Then there are the moors – Exmoor and Dartmoor, with their desolate, romantic beauty. Windswept, heather-strewn moorland and broken, granite tors, this is one of the most remote spots in England.

Of course, North Devon is an ever-popular family holiday destination because of its glorious coastline. A cluster of seaside towns stretching from Clovelly, Croyde and Woolacombe to Ilfracombe and Lynton provide both picturesque coastal scenery and some of the region’s best surfing, a perect location for holidays parks in Devon.

Finally, Devon’s two cities of Plymouth and Exeter may be less celebrated than the region’s glorious countryside, perfect for any touring site – and they have treasures like Exeter's Cathedral and Plymouth's waterfront, so much to do and see whilst on a holiday in Devon.469

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Devon – cream teas, surfing and quintessential English countryside

Devon’s gentle shores are classic family holiday territory – where surf schools and tea shops are equally at home along this much-loved coastline.

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Places to visit

Our park in Devon

Devon Cliffs, Exmouth, Devon
Touring & camping icon Touring & camping facilities available

If you want to experience a premier touring caravan holiday then look no further. At Devon Cliffs you'll find first class facilities and activities in a perfect holiday setting for both caravan and touring sites. Set above a sandy bay with direct beach access the Park is designed to give you the holiday you want. From the large pool complex and luxury Spa to the superb activities and entertainment centre.