Slapton Sands Camping & Caravanning Club site is situated close to the charming village with tiny lanes and cottages, a shop and two historic pubs, one dominated by the ruined tower of an old monastery. This site is on a well kept meadow overlooking the bay – the sea views are panoramic from some areas of the site, with shelter provided by some large bushes and the surrounding hedge. There are 105 grass pitches, some with a slight slope, 52 have 16A Europlugs, while 10 are on hardstandings. Motorhomes and tents are accepted, plus a maximum of 8 caravan pitches which are reserved for Club members. Safari tents available to hire.
Non-members are welcome and may join on site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.
The village (unsuitable for caravan & motorhome traffic) is about half a mile inland from the shingle beach of Slapton Sands and the fresh water Ley which is administered as a nature reserve by the Field Studies Council. This area was used for rehearsals for the WW2 Normandy landings, when the whole population was evacuated – there are memorials, including a tank in the village of Torcross. The quaint port of Dartmouth is seven miles, Kingsbridge eight miles and a variety of beaches and coves around the beautiful South Hams coastline are within easy reach.