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Campsites and Holiday Parks in Croyde

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98 bookable sites within 40 miles of Croyde

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Campsites in Croyde for beach breaks in north Devon

Before you book one of these campsites in Croyde, there are a few things you need to know. One is that this North Devon resort has a deckchair cinema. Yes, that’s right – a beach-themed movie theatre in a village by the beach (genius).

And that’s not even the best thing about the area. Oh no. That prize has to go to the mind-bogglingly buff scenery, which is so spectacular that it’s been given the nickname ‘Gold Coast’ and is protected by the National Trust. And an award should definitely be given to the powerful surf that makes the beach a paradise for wave riders… 

Need we go on? OK, we will since you’ve asked so nicely – so here’s more info on this ravishing resort and the Croyde campsites to nest in while you’re there.

Campsites in Croyde for canny travellers of all types

If you want to stay at a campsite in Croyde near the beach, there’s a site 60 seconds away from the sand (seriously, we timed it) in a gorgeous grassy meadow. Plenty of others in the selection may not be quite this close but are still within an easy few minutes’ walk for driving-free days in Devon.

Don’t mind being further from the coast as long as there are fab amenities to make up for it? Then finagle yourself a family-friendly pitch at a park with entertaining extras like a games arcade, fishing pond, indoor pool and a soft play area.

If eats are always (naturally) at the forefront of your mind when on a hol, a Croyde campsite with an on-site restaurant will do the trick. For sweet-toothed travellers, some in this collection have beach cafés and ice-cream parlours serving up sugary treats.

Prefer to cook but don’t want to lug the barbecue and camping stove along on your hol? Look out for rent-a-tent Croyde campsites with kitchenettes and all the required utensils provided for magicking up alfresco feasts.

Opting for a glamping site in Croyde with sleek accommodation to settle down in is also an excellent idea if you’re on a celebratory sojourn in Devon – look out for those with heated pools, hot tubs and saunas for an ahhhhh-worthy time.

Things to do while camping in Croyde

Croyde’s a cracking place for indulging in some watersports. The beaches down here have supremely surfable waves; shortboarders tend to prefer the main bay, while longboarders glide around at Saunton Sands about a mile along the coast. Those with dodgy music tastes might recognise the latter beach from some of the scenes in the video for Angels by Robbie Williams.

If you don’t have the surfing skills (yet), you can wiggle yourself into a wetsuit and take to the water anyway thanks to the lessons on offer from expert riders. Some campsites in Croyde also hire out kit and have reports on the current wave conditions.

Don’t want to get wet? There are loads of dry-land activities to dive into, including beach volleyball, walks with sea views, and visits to the local dinosaur park and aquarium. Further on inland (30 minutes’ drive), you can wander across the protected moorlands of Exmoor National Park.

The seaside is part of the South West Coast Path, so uninterrupted walks along the seaside views are a cinch; a popular section has been given the chuckle-inducing name of Baggy Point and is a pretty place to pootle along.

There are also ample other beaches a short stint away by car, including Putsborough Sands (10 minutes) and Ilfracombe (25 minutes).

Already been to Croyde and fancy checking out another part of North Devon? Then wander over to one of these Woolacombe campsites or holiday parks.