This park is set in a lovely position, being at the side of a stream as it flows into the harbour and sea at Watermouth Cove. It has its own private beach with views across the sea to Hangman’s Hill. Part of the park is arranged on the fairly level valley floor, whilst the tent area is on the side of the private headland with views of the coast from the higher ground. There are 90 pitches, all for touring, with 16A electricity. Of these, 33 are fully serviced with hardstanding. Children will enjoy fishing from the rocks, there is an adventure play area and during high season activities are organised for them. Watersports are also organised from the site.
During the peak season and at weekends at other times entertainment is arranged in the bar. A shop can be found in the reception area and this stocks a wide range of supplies including bread, milk and camping gas. There is lighting in the park but a torch is useful for the tent area. There are no sanitary facilities for disabled visitors and the paths down to the beach and on the hillside are probably not easily accessible.