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The top touring caravan sites in Devon for dreamy hols

Planning a sojourn in the south west of England? Sink your teeth into this round-up of touring caravan sites in Devon and get going. The region gets top marks not just because of its gorgeous countryside and coast – it’s home to five fab Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to get you started – but also for its up-and-coming food scene and easy-on-the-eye medieval towns.

If you’re sold on the idea of dallying around this destination, here are the sort of Devon campsites and sightseeing spots to keep at the forefront of your mind when going about your business.

Touring caravan sites in Devon 

Peruse our touring caravan sites in Devon on Pitchup for trips to wooded wonderlands, swanky spas and beachside boltholes; if you’re after a simpler stay, there are options on the outskirts of secluded villages as well with tea houses serving homemade scones and traditional cuppas.

Fearless folk might want to swing by touring campsites in Devon that organise adrenaline-pumping activities – from watersports and horse riding to quad biking and theme park tours – while quieter types can birdwatch in parks with mature gardens that are havens for wildlife.

Forever flitting about the UK in your tourer but want to keep this cracker of a county as your base? Look for caravan sites in Devon with storage facilities to secure your stuff while you’re off gallivanting elsewhere.

There are also touring campsites in Devon with fishing lakes for attempting to catch a substantial specimen or two.

Facilities at touring caravan sites and touring pitches in Devon

Touring campsites in Devon tend to have larger pitches to fit caravans, motorhomes and campervans compared to holiday parks reserved for tents. Take a look at the filters on the left-hand side of the page for other facilities you’re sure to find useful too, like gas cylinders for sale and electric hook-ups. Need space for a gazebo? Search for pitches that provide enough space to set one up. 

If you’re fleeing with the family to a Devon campsite for a hol, choose a park with a play area so the tiddlers can trot around under your watchful eye. Travelling with the other half? A site that allows fires means you can settle in under the stars for the classic camping experience of chatting around a blaze. 

Britain’s not exactly known for its reliable weather, and while the climate in the south west is often a few notches above the rest of the nation on the thermometer, it’s still worth picking a caravan park in Devon with an indoor pool to guarantee swims aren’t too nippy. 

If cleanliness is absolutely key for you, you might be chuffed to know some of the sites on our list have award-winning toilet facilities…

Where in Devon should you tour? 

Devon’s got beaches to the north and south with vivid green countryside and the county capital of Exeter in the middle. Camp close to the city and rove around the Roman walls or shuffle through the shops on the High Street and Princesshay centre. Underneath the centre, sign up for tours of the medieval passages previously used to transport water to the city’s gothic-style cathedral.

Keener on the countryside than urban areas? Browse campsites around Newton Abbot for access to Dartmoor trails criss-crossing protected moorlands and river valleys scattered with wild ponies.

For a sandy hol, descend on Dawlish down on the English Riviera. This classic seaside settlement has a golden stretch of beach and old-school amusement arcades for gambling your pennies away. Don’t miss the other characterful market towns on the southern coast either, like Salcombe, Dartmouth and Sidmouth, if you can help it.

Around Barnstaple, meanwhile, are the big northern coast beaches of Woolacombe and Croyde, as well as smaller coves like Lee Bay and Hele Bay. For explores in the hinterlands, totter to the town and take the Tarka Line train for 39 miles through the postcard-pretty Yeo and Taw valleys.

The top sights to see while staying at a touring campsite in Devon 

Find parks on the Templer Way heritage trail when camping in Devon and join this 18-mile path between Haytor on Dartmoor and Teignmouth on the south coast. It runs along a rail route previously used to transport granite and is fuss-free to follow thanks to the clear markings.

With its calm water, the Exe Estuary is an excellent place for aquatic antics – glide along on a stand-up paddleboard or whizz about with a wakeboarding session. The surf’s up in Devon too, especially at beaches like Bude and Croyde on the northern coast with their powerful waves. While hereabouts, wander over to the curiously named Westward Ho! as well – the only town in the nation with an exclamation mark in its official title.

Devon also lays claim to the newest castle in the country, Drogo, built in 1930, as well as a selection of other stunning stately homes. Set off on the excellent circular walk around the building before investigating the other ace architecture in the county, like Torre Abbey, Berry Pomeroy Castle and Tiverton Castle.

Sauntering south east of Exeter lands you in harbour towns lined in palm trees, like Paignton (stop off for the zoo and aquarium if the tiddlers are in tow), while forays further south west lead to the millenia-old fossil-filled beaches of the Jurassic Coast.

If you’ve got time to linger a little longer in the UK, continue on to Cornwall and take a break at the terrific touring sites there.