Lemonford is a well run, neat and tidy site for families of all ages. It is some three miles from both Ashburton and Newton Abbot on the southern edge of the national park. The site is attractively landscaped with a mixture of trees and shrubs covering 7.5 acres. Although close to the main road, it is set in a sheltered, peaceful dip bordered by the pretty River Lemon. There are 142 pitches, with 87 reasonably level pitches for touring, of which 76 are fully serviced (10A electricity). Access is good for large outfits, but commercial vehicles are not accepted.
With well-mown grass and smart, trimmed hedges the park is well cared for. A good pub is within walking distance along the banks of the river. There are several holiday homes in the centre of the touring area and in separate areas at the back of the site, some available to rent.