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- Family-run site on the Jurassic Coast
- Private beach and secluded bay access for guests
- Golf, free entertainment and pool complex with Jacuzzi and sauna
Cor. You'll have to eat your collective hats if lads and lasses of all sizes don’t find a mega amount of things to do at Ladram Bay Holiday Centre overlooking the Jurassic Coast – it’s billed as the holiday park with ‘something for everyone’ and has been heaped with tourist and environmental awards over the years. Having its own private beach and secluded bay probably helps too...
An adventure playground with giant pirate ship (aaaarrr) are just a few of the picks at this friendly family park; kids’ clubs will keep small lads and lasses entertained during the day, and the arcade with several sorts of games should see them additionally amused.
As should the megasaurus Jurassic-themed adventure golf course, which has large and lurking dinosaurs placed around it, and the new pool complex with interactive splash zone, slides and fountains, sauna, a Jacuzzi, steam room and gym. An indoor soft play area is available for children up to 12 – and, most thoughtfully – is right next door to the Pebbles restaurant so you can have a bite to eat while keeping an eye on your free-range offspring.
The soft play area and a plethora of other pastimes are all in the Three Rocks complex, which also has the amusement arcade, Waves Bar and Nightspot and Sky and BT sports on the big screen. Elsewhere, supplies are fully covered with the well-stocked supermarket, beach Seaview Shack, and the Coast Takeaway for essential holiday fish and chips.
Looking for even more to do? Ladram Bay Holiday Centre also has a wide programme of instructor-led activities for a reasonable extra charge, where grownups and kids can try their hands at raft building, sea scooters and body zorbing. Or have a day on the centre’s private beach, with watersports from the shore, rockpooling towards the far end and kayak, rowing boat or motorboat hire from the beach kiosk.
Ladram Bay has two coin-operated launderettes, both with washing machines, dryers, irons and ironing boards.
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Leisure on park
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on park
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Propane/gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Full hook-up sites
Gray water hook-up for RVs/trailers
Water hook-up points for tourers
Barbecue grills allowed
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horseback riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transportation nearby
Very large (over 200 sites)
- Coach stations
Sidmouth: Triangle Bus Stop
— 3.5 kilometres
3.5 kilometres Lympstone: Marine Estate Bus Stop — 10.3 kilometres
10.3 kilometres Exmouth Bus Station — 10.5 kilometres
- Train stations
Exmouth Rail Station
— 10.4 kilometres
10.4 kilometres Lympstone Village Rail Station — 10.7 kilometres
10.7 kilometres Lympstone Commando Rail Station — 11.3 kilometres
- Ferry ports
Exmouth Ferry Landing
— 11.2 kilometres
11.2 kilometres Starcross Ferry Landing — 12.2 kilometres
12.2 kilometres Turf Lock Inn Ferry Landing — 13.1 kilometres
Exeter International Airport
— 12.4 kilometres
Leave the M5 at Exeter Services (Junction 30) and take the A3052 signposted to Sidmouth. At Newton Poppleford take the B3178 towards Budleigh Salterton, driving through Colaton Raleigh. One mile after Colaton Raleigh, turn left at the brick monument that is signposted Otterton and Ladram Bay. Once in Otterton, simply follow the signs to Ladram Bay.
Once you’re ready to go off site – sometime around week two, probably – the South West Coast Path is steps away from Ladram Bay and has stellar walks to the seaside towns of Budleigh Salterton to the west and Sidmouth to the east.
Inland, the Budleigh Salterton to Otterton five-mile walk follows the banks of the River Otter; the Otter Valley Wildlife Walk is an easy stroll through the Lower Otter Valley nature reserve to look out for kingfishers and waders from the river’s viewing platforms and hides.
Twitchers can also head inland to the Exe Estuary RSPB reserve 13 miles away to see migratory birds or book a boat trip to spot avocets. The new Exe Estuary Trail is accessible from here too for those who prefer pedalling, with several other trails nearby including the old train track path between Budleigh Salterton and Exmouth, the Tarka Trail and Woodbury Common.
Kids tugging on your sleeve demanding more action-packed adventures? Family-friendly Devon has the Crealy Great Adventure Park, petting the animals at award-winning Pennywell Farm, go-karting at Raceworld and another theme park at Woodlands to keep them if not quiet then happy…the Ashbourne Adventure Centre and River Dart Adventure Park might finally tire them out too.
Spend at least a day in Exeter, 13 miles along the coast: historians can potter around Exeter Cathedral or visit the award-winning Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, while little monkeys should like swinging about in the branches at Go Ape!, 15 minutes’ drive from the city centre. Exeter Racecourse has fixtures all year round and regular family events.
Along the coast, stop off in turn at Exmouth, Dawlish, Teignmouth and Paignton for days on the beach, watersports, more days out for the kids like Paignton Zoo – or go inland to canter around the beauty of Dartmoor, cycle the Granite Way Trail or walk with a llama – yup, really – across the moors.
Finally, if fishing’s your main hook, you won’t have far to go: many Ladram Bay guests fish from the park’s own cove, hiring a boat from the kiosk and going out to land mackerel for the barbie.
- Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site (3.7 kilometres)
- Crealy Great Adventure Park (10.8 kilometres)
- Exeter Cathedral - Church of Saint Peter (18.9 kilometres)
- A la Ronde (9.0 kilometres)
- Branscombe: the Old Bakery, Manor Mill and Forge (10.6 kilometres)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Permitted arrival/departure time
|Camping and touring|
|Arrive:||1 p.m. –||8 p.m.|
No access to pitches after dark, guests arriving after dark must remain in the car park overnight.
Ladram Bay Holiday Park cancellation policy
Ladram Bay regrets that refunds cannot be made under any circumstances.
No refunds/discounts for inclement weather, late arrivals or early departures.
If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.
Please note that your deposit is paid to Pitchup.com and is non-refundable.
A 15% non-refundable deposit is payable now. Ladram Bay Holiday Park will debit the balance from your card 8 weeks before arrival, or if the arrival date is sooner than 8 weeks then the balance will be taken immediately.
Payment methods accepted on the parkVisa