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and the heart of nature



Discover the Beauty of North Devon & Exmoor

Around the Campsite

There's plenty to explore around the campsite.....

There are our four lovely alpacas - Lucy, Jess, Cocoa and Tilly - all of whom are very inquisitive and pretty nosey. You can walk up into the viewing area and spend some time just watching them frolic in the field.

Take the path up to the woods and you'll find the gate entrance into the spacious dog field, which is fenced and gated - please be aware that it is on a steep hill. Continue up the path and you can explore the ancient oak woodland - again very hilly but well worth the hike to the top. From the open meadow, you can look down upon the large fishing lake and across the campsite.


On the other side of the valley, there's the tiered children's play park that

offers a world of fun and imagination.

In the Village

It's only a few minutes walk from the campsite entrance to the beaches, pubs, and shops of Combe Martin, and you'll find some amazing rock pools and caves at low tide, and many lovely walks through the village as well as the South West Coast Path which passes through.

Throughout the year the village holds a variety of weird and wonderful events including the historical "Hunting the Earl of Rone" during the Whitsun half-term holiday, the Strawberry Fair in June and the renowned Combe Martin Carnival that lasts for the whole week. (Please be aware that whilst these events are long-standing traditions of the village, the restrictions and impact of COVID 19 have meant cancellations of all sorts.)

In and around the village there are a number of unique attractions and things to do - the bay is especially popular with kayakers and paddleboarders, with its ideal location surrounded by the stunning North Devon coastline. The beach and seaside is the central point of interest and you can't beat fish and chips on the beach watching the most fabulous sunsets.

Around North Devon & Exmoor

Then further afield there is a wealth of lovely places to visit  - there are unique gardens and places of historical interest, a stunning coastline with golden beaches and pebbly coves, family fun and attractions, and beautiful, diverse landscapes with quaint villages and traditional market towns.

Take a look at the links below to get a feel for some of the attractions and activities you can explore whilst you stay at Newberry Valley.

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Valley of the Rocks
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What People Say about Newberry Valley Park...


"A fabulous family campsite. We were very impressed with the cleanliness and maintenance."


"Lovely site, really helpful & professional staff, best toilet block I’ve ever seen - and a stunning location. What’s not to love?!"


"This campsite is one of the best we have stayed at in our 10 yrs of camping. I really can not fault this site."