This Club campsite is great for the whole family, set in Dartmoor National Park.
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, this site will now be closing on 20 October 2014 and not 3 November 2014 (as previously advertised).
Our lovely Teign Valley, Barley Meadow Club campsite lies at the northern edge of the Dartmoor National Park in the heart of Devon. Surrounded by moorland landscapes and wooded valleys this campsite is perfect for a relaxing break.
A small site, just 63 pitches, it caters well for all types of camper with good toilet and shower facilities, a children’s play area, games room and shop.
Sit back and admire the views across Dartmoor from your pitch or pull on your walking boots and join the Two Moors Way. This popular long distance trail passes just a few hundred yards from the campsite. For a gentler stroll, pretty Drewsteignton village is a short walk away. Reward yourself with a well-earned pint at the Drewe Arms or continue on to Fingle Bridge, a local beauty spot, or Castle Drogo, England’s newest Castle.
Some of the attractions further afield include, the National Trust run Finch Foundry, the last remaining water-powered forge in England, Canonteign Falls – England’s highest waterfall, Fernworthy Reservoir and Stone Lane Gardens. Around twelve miles from the campsite, Exeter offers a mix of culture, history, places to eat and shops.
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WiFi is available at this site. However please note the service is supplied by a different provider therefore your Site WiFi card (powered by WiComs) cannot be used. Please contact the site direct for more information.
The Site shop sells locally produced goods including ice cream, jams and eggs. The Drewe Arms, Fingle Bridge Inn, The Mulberry and The Old Thatch Inn all serve food made from local produce.