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North Moor
Adult only
Dog friendly, extra charge

Woodland Springs

Camping, Glamping
Adult-only tranquillity in the
Dartmoor National Park
Experience a tranquil caravanning, camping or glamping trip within Dartmoor National Park at Woodland Springs Touring Park, a campsite for adults only. Set back from the main road and surrounded by trees and farmland, Woodland Springs guarantees a relaxing stay at any time of year. The site is just a short drive from the rugged beauty of Dartmoor, 18 miles from the cathedral city of Exeter and in a perfect location for exploring the wider area, thanks to the park being a short drive from the A30.

01647 231648

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01647 231648

There are few places in the entire UK better to connect with nature than Dartmoor National Park; bring your caravan or tent with you to Woodland Springs and enjoy the tranquillity and peace of our adult-only site. The sounds of birds and wildlife can be heard all year round, from small songbirds to the woodpeckers tapping at a tree. Our variety of pitches and top-class facilities make Woodland Springs a top choice for your visit. Glamping Pods on Dartmoor
If you like the feeling of connecting with nature through camping but don’t want to pitch a tent, try one of our glamping pods, a great alternative to the traditional British camping holiday. Offering a great place to stay for a restful and peaceful break, our wooden pods are fully insulated and suitable for year-round use.

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Adult only, BBQ, Available All Year, Accessible*, Parking, WiFi, Group bookings, Pub nearby, Short breaks

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Top Tip

Have the perfect start to your day by waking up to birdsong while enjoying freshly baked bread and a cup of finely ground coffee

Image by Louis Tripp


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