Hidden Valley Park

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Campsites Category: Camping / Touring Pitches, Caravan / Motorhome Storage, Glamping, and Pets Allowed

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  • Hidden Valley Park

    Hidden Valley Park offers the finest facilities and excellent service set in outstanding countryside. You don’t need to look further for a place to spend your holiday.

    At Hidden Valley Park you can enjoy the luxury of a top quality multiple award-winning 5 Star site. They have options for every budget among their exceptional range of pitch options for touring caravans and motor homes.

    Campers will be amazed at the spacious size of the site’s level pitches. There is a lot of room to make the most of your break. You can really enjoy the freedom and independence of camping under the stars.

    Hidden Valley Park welcomes guests of all ages, there is no age limit on who can enjoy a great camping holiday.

    You can spend hours on the park observing the variety of birds, dragonflies and butterflies. Guests can visit the lake, gardens, woodland and ground around the park. Hidden Valley Park is great for those photographers and painters that want to capture natural beauty.

    Guests can experience the sheer joy of exploring nature trails that take you through ancient and new woodland areas. They are filled with an abundance of animals and plants as well as fresh Devon air.

    Life is so fast-paced in this age that you need some time to slow down. Guests deserve some real rest and relaxation and Hidden Valley has the perfect atmosphere for this. You can have a glass of wine while reading a good book and listening to the sound of a bird singing.

    FOR CHILDREN
    Hidden Valley Park has plenty that will keep children occupied for hours. Children can learn to love the simplicity of nature.

    Your children can forget about Playstations and Nintendos and instead they can enjoy good, old-fashioned imaginative fun.

    The natural world provides so many exciting things to discover on-site throughout the year. Children can see spring bulbs popping out after the cold winter and cute ducklings following their mom all around the park. They can see birds nesting in all sorts of bizarre places. There is an endless list of things that children can enjoy.

    There is a play area on the Top Park that has swings, a slide, zip wire, a rope frame, a hiding hut and a climbing frame. On the other side of the park in the Kingfisher Meadow there is another play area on the edge of the woods that has a similar mix of play equipment.

    Hidden Valley Park asks that mothers and fathers supervise younger children at all times so that children are safe though they encourage children to enjoy the fresh air and explore the grounds.

    Children can enjoy both adventure parks as well as the remaining 27 acres of land. It is the perfect place for children’s wild and exciting imaginations to run free.

    OUT AND ABOUT

    Tunnels Beaches – 5 miles
    Steeped in history, Tunnels Beaches makes a fascinating visit for all ages. Hand carved in the 1820’s, the four tunnels provide a truly unique experience. Read extensive history information throughout the site – including hilarious guides to Victorian etiquette for boys, girls and for when boating with ladies!
    Tunnels Beaches, Bath Place, Ilfracombe, North Devon, EX34 8AN

    Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum National Trust property – 5 miles
    Arlington Court is an unexpected jewel, a beautiful family estate. The intimate Regency house contains treasures for all tastes, from model ships to shells, all collected by the Chichesters.
    Arlington, near Barnstaple, EX31 4LP

    Ilfracombe Aquarium – 5 miles
    The aquarium provides a fascinating insight into the wonders of the aquatic world found locally around North Devon. The beautiful exhibits are carefully recreated natural habitats, providing home to over 75 species, some of which for many visitors, have never been seen before.
    The Pier The Quay, Ilfracombe, EX34 9EQ

    Baggy Point National Trust property – 5 miles
    Crashing waves, dramatic cliffs and coastal farming in action. Baggy Point is the impressive headland at Croyde and one of the best surfing beaches in North Devon. With stunning coastal views, great walks along the South West Coast Path and opportunities to climb, surf and coasteer, it’s a must-do destination for anyone visiting North Devon.
    Baggy Point, Moor Lane, Croyde, EX33 1PA

    Lundy Island – 5 miles
    Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic Ccean meets the Bristol Channel. A granite outcrop, three and a half miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoilt.
    Lundy Shore Office, The Quay, Bideford, Devon, EX39 2LY

    Croyde, Woolacombe and Mortehoe National Trust property – 5 miles
    Stretching from the rocky headland of Baggy Point at Croyde to the rugged heights of the Tors of Ilfracombe, explore the best of North Devon’s beautiful beaches and coastline. Climb or coasteer on Baggy Points dramatic cliffs. Swim and surf in the shadow of dramatic hills at the popular three mile stretch of Woolacombe Beach.
    Combe Heights, Woolacombe Rise, Woolacombe, EX34 7AS

    Chapel Wood RSPB Reserve – 1 mile
    A Beautiful woodland with paths leading to a 13th century chapel ruins and an Iron Age hillfort.

    Little Comfort Farm Coarse Fishing Lake – 1 mile
    Long established, well stocked 1 ½ acre coarse fishing lake in a quiet and beautiful North Devon location. Good numbers of Carp with a substantial number of doubles to 17lb Bream (to 3lb), Roach (to 2lb) & Rudd – all noted for their lovely condition. Ideal for a wide range of anglers from the experienced carp man to family groups & youngsters having their first lesson Fishing lake open from dawn til dusk, March until December. WC on site.
    Braunton, North Devon EX33 2NJ

    Cascades Fun Pool – 5 miles
    Splashing fun in the pool! Keep the whole family occupied for hours in Cascades Tropical Adventure Pool. Shoot down the big blue slide and ride the current through the water rapids. You can relax with the knowledge that the pool is supervised by qualified lifeguards.
    Cascades, Croyde Bay, North Devon, EX33 1NY

    Watermouth Family Theme Park – 7 miles
    One of the West Country’s premier Family Tourist Attractions where you can enjoy a Victorian Castle full of eclectic treasures, nostalgic displays and curios. There is a theme park including rides and play areas, and beautiful landscaped gardens.
    Berrynarbor, Ilfracombe, North Devon EX34 9SL

    Wildlife and Dinosaur Park – 9 miles
    Over 28 acres of spectacular gardens within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can experience at close hand many amazing animals, life sized dinosaurs and much more. A truly unique day out.
    Combe Martin, North Devon, EX34 0NG

    Broomhill Art Hotel, Sculpture Gardens and Art Gallery – 8 miles
    Broomhill lies in one of the most glorious valleys in North Devon surrounded by hundreds of acres of woodland and bound by its own stream. The Broomhill Sculpture Park displays one of the largest permanent collections of contemporary art and sculpture in the South West. 300 sculptures by over 60 sculptors are sited in 10 acres of garden that present a wonderful balance between art and nature.
    Muddiford, Barnstaple, North Devon, EX31 4EX

    Barnstaple Pannier Market – 9 miles
    Enjoy the charm and friendly atmosphere of one of Britain’s largest indoor markets. There’s something for everyone. Largely unchanged in over 150 years, Barnstaple’s historic Pannier Market has a wide range of stalls, with everything from fresh local produce, flowers and crafts, to prints and pictures, fashion and much more. Ideally located on the bustling High Street, the market is a must-see attraction for all visitors to the town.
    Butchers Row, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1SY

    Heddon Valley – 10 miles
    Towering cliffs, coves and a wooded valley within Exmoor National Park The Heddon Valley set in the West Exmoor coast was the favourite landscape of the Romantic Poets. Follow the deep, lush wooded river valley down to the sea at Heddon’s Mouth beach – a great walk for all of the family.

    Visit the Hidden Valley Park website for further information

    Hidden Valley Park

    Hidden Valley Park
    West Down
    Near Ilfracombe
    North Devon
    EX34 8NU

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  • Tent Pitches: Yes
    Tour Caravan Pitches: Yes
    Motor Home Pitches: Yes
    Car Parking: Yes
    Dogs allowed: Yes
    Child Play Area: Yes
    Cycle Hire: Yes
    Drain Hook-up: Yes
    Drinking Water: Yes
    Electric Hook-up: Yes
    Electric Shaver Point: Yes
    Fishing Available: Yes
    Food Shop: Yes
    Games Room: Yes
    Gas Cylinder Available: Yes
    Golf Course: Yes
    Ice Pack Facility: Yes
    Launderette: Yes
    Licensed Club - Pub: Yes
    Ponies/Horses: Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe: Yes
    Sailing: Yes
    Shower Facilities: Yes
    Water Hook-up: Yes
    Wheelchair Access: Yes