Hidden away in a corner of the Dartmoor National Park, Woodland Springs is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Set in a dip, it is sheltered by woodland with some views across the rural countryside. It provides 81 fairly level pitches, 50 fully serviced with hardstanding, 12 on grass without electricity and 19 on grass with electricity (16A). Two Camping pods are also available with heating, light and electricity. There is a circular gravel access road and a central toilet block. There is a small shop and off-licence; bread is baked daily. A large field provides good dog walking. The resident owners provide a warm welcome on this quiet park that only accepts adults. With 600 miles of public right-of-way on Dartmoor, there is plenty to keep walkers busy.
Over 50 species of birds have been seen on the park over the last few years, so it would also be a good base for birdwatching. Foxes, stoats and deer have also been spotted.