Ross Park Caravan Park
England, South West, Devon, Newton Abbot
- +44 1803 812983
- All year. - Excludes February
Alan Rogers Review
Ross Park continues to impress us with the care and attention to detail and the amazing floral displays which are a feature of the park and must be seen to be appreciated. These are complemented by the use of a wide variety of shrubs which form hedging for most of the pitches to provide your own special plot, very much as on the continent. The site has 110 hardstanding pitches and many have wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. All have 16A electricity. For those who prefer the more open style, one small area has been left unhedged. The park covers 32 acres but 21 acres are managed specifically as conservation areas providing a haven for wildlife which visitors can enjoy. The owners, Mark and Helen Lowe, are rightly proud of their park and strive to provide quality facilities and maintain standards. A member of the Best of British group.
The New Barn provides a comfortable lounge, a mezzanine bar with bar snacks and a restaurant with extra seating in the conservatory which is home to some exotic and colourful plants. An orchard area alive with daffodils in the spring and a conservation area with information on wild flowers and butterflies, and with extended views, completes these environmentally considered amenities. The kitchen garden provides vegetables for the restaurant and plants for the park. Musical entertainment is organised on Sundays in high season. This is a well cared for park worthy of consideration.
Thirteen well equipped, heated en-suite bathrooms, two with baby facilities, one suitable for disabled campers. Everything is built to a very high standard with underfloor heating. Further separate shower, washbasin and toilet facilities. Laundry room. Utility room with dishwashing and freezer. Dog shower. Motorhome services. Recycling bins. Reception with licensed shop (all season). Gas supplies. Bar, bar snacks and restaurant with à la carte menu. Tropical conservatory. Conservation and tourist information room. Games room (table tennis, snooker, pool). Seven-acre park area for recreation, including leisure field and conservation fields. Separate field and Cherry Orchard for dog walking. Croquet green. Badminton. Volleyball. Large well equipped playground. Free WiFi. Electric barbecues not accepted. Caravan storage. Dogs welcome free of charge.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Leave the A38 at Park Hill crossroads and Essar Filling Station. Turn right, follow road sign to Woodland and tourist road sign to Ross Park. Ross Park is situated 150 yards from the A381, fully signed after leaving the main road.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N50 29 30||W3 38 3|