Barley Meadow Touring Park
England, South West, Devon, Exeter
- +44 1647 281629
- Mid April - Mid November.
Alan Rogers Review
This peaceful little park is located on the northern edge of Dartmoor with easy access from the A30. It is sheltered from the weather by good hedging and, although not always visible from the pitches, there are open views across the moorland to the south. The 63 pitches are mostly on level grass, well-spaced, with 25 hardstandings and 38 electric hook-ups (10A). Shrubs divide some of the pitches. The site would be a suitable base for visiting Exeter, Okehampton and Plymouth, hiking over the moors or just enjoying the local area.
The Two Moors Way for walkers is only 400 yards from the site. The owners have compiled a book with over 60 things to see or do, which is very popular. The Exeter/Okehampton bus can stop outside if requested. The popular Two Moors Way is within easy walking distance of the park .
You can also walk directly into the small village of Drewsteignton (circa 25mins) where there is a local pub, Post Office and a restaurant.
The refurbished heated toilet block is well maintained and provides all facilities including babies changing and facilities for disabled campers. Laundry and ice pack freezer. Motorhome services. Small shop for basic groceries, ice-creams, drinks, small camping items and gas. Games room with pool table. Small library and information chalet. WiFi.
From M5 exit 31, take A30 towards Okehampton. After 10 miles turn left towards Cheriton Bishop. After 0.5 miles pass through village and continue for 1 mile towards Crockernwell. Site entrance is on left.Link to campsite location map on google
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