A quiet, family-run park, Steart Farm Touring Park offers guests a wide range of facilities on-site and nearby. They cater to touring caravans, motor caravans, trailer tents and tents of all sizes. They also have storage and seasonal pitch facilities. They do not have a minimum period of stay. You can book a specific pitch in advance subject to its availability.
Steart Farm Touring Park is situated between Bideford and Clovelly within the Heritage Coastline Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. They are bordered by Woodland Trust land with marked walls that overlook Bideford Bay. About 1 mile away from the site, there is a footpath that runs to the coast at Bucks Mills that links up to the South West Coastal Path. On the A39, there is a sign that leads you to the entrance of Steart Farm. There are local bus services available to other points on the coast. This enables walkers to cover specific segments of the coastal path without having to retrace their steps.
The camping area spreads over 10 acres and can fit up to 80 pitches. There are facilities for 70 pitches, a majority of which have electric hook-up points. There’s a new toilet block that includes facilities for the disabled. Although Steart Farm Touring Park is very popular with people visiting this area of Devon, it is seldom filled to full capacity even during peak holiday periods.
Steart Farm Touring Park have their own dedicated, 2-acre field where you can walk your dog. It is a fenced and stockproof field so your dog can be exercised off the lead. They also feature a separate, 2-acre recreation area where all games are to be played. They have some simple activity apparatus, goal posts and a volleyball area.
Steart Farm is run by Robin and Lesley Croslegh, who are happy to discuss your particular needs.