Damage Barton, Family Camping and Caravanning Holidays, Devon
Damage Barton, Station Road, Woolacombe, Devon
We are delighted to offer 50 family and child friendly campsites - specifically selected for us by the Camping and Caravanning Club. We don't have a personal review for Damage Barton as we haven't visited yet, so if you require further information please visit the owner's website by clicking the top right button and please do bear with us until we visit all these sites.
The Camping and Caravanning Club recognises how important it is for campers especially with children to find clean amenity blocks with a high standard of fixtures and fittings - this particular one has family bathrooms. All sites highlighted have additional on-site laundry facilities, just in case your brood happen to have fun frolicking in the mud! Your pitch will be available after noon on your arrival day and you will need to vacate it before noon on your last days stay.
There is also a well stocked shop open daily (Mar - Nov), a large open play area for ball games and a kite flying field with picnic area.
The family campsite at Damage Barton is on a 600-acre beef and sheep farm, where you will enjoy panoramic sea views across to the Welsh coast. Owned by the Lethbridge family they have been giving a warm welcome to members for nearly 50 years. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is easy to see why Damage Barton draws back members year after year.
From May to September you can take advantage of the regular trailer rides around the farm to see all aspects of farming life, viewing stock at close quarters, conservation and stewardship projects, explaining the historyof the 14th Century farmhouse and buildings, culminating in the wonderful cliff views. Staying on the campsite at Easter is a great time to see new born lambs and calves at Damage Barton.
Things to do and places to visit for families in North Devon
You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to beaches nearby. Just 2 miles away Woolacombe's Blue Flag beach has three miles of sand and surf, Barricane is great for shell seeking and Lee is perfect for rockpooling.
One of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful surroundings is to leave the car behind, get on your bike and cycle along the Tarka Trail cycle path, an old railway line to Ilfracombe.
Nearby attractions include the National Trust's Arlington Court, Lundy Island. There's plenty for children to do. Try the Big Sheep, Exmoor Zoo, Milky Way and the Sheepdog and Falconry display at Borough Farm.