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Campsites Category: Campfires Allowed, Camping / Touring Pitches, and Pets Allowed

  • Doone Valley Campsite

    Doone Valley Campsite is located in the heart of the Exmoor National Park and nestled in the Doone Valley made famous by Richard Doddridge Blackmore who wrote the novel ‘Lorna Doone’. This is a family oriented site that features toilets and free hot showers and pot wash. There is also now free Wi-Fi on site.

    All of the site’s camping fields are level and are bordered by a shallow stream set in the valley surrounded by hills and trees. This makes an ideal area for children to play in. It is open from the middle of March until the end of October.

    Doone Valley Campsite allows well-behaved dogs on the site as long as they are kept on a lead at all times and their owners clean up after them.

    Campfires are allowed and guests can purchase logs from the campsite owners or they can bring their own.

    The local area features plenty of activities for guest to enjoy including fishing and horse riding. Doone Valley Campsite can even accommodate your horse if you wish to bring it on holiday with you.

    There are 4 different camping fields. Groups can hire a whole field and have a group camp – this is ideal for clubs or a large party.


    Doone Valley Campsite is the ideal base for exploring Exmoor, North Devon and West Somerset. There is so much to see and do without having to go very far at all in the car or a short stroll on foot. Guests can visit a variety of local pubs which offer a great range of ales and cooked food.

    • Just 6 miles away is the beach and there is pony hire nearby.

    Lynton and Lynmouth (Valley of the Rocks) – 7 miles

    Brendon – 2.5 miles

    Porlock – 8 miles

    Minehead – 13 miles

    • Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway

    • Valley of The Rocks

    • Quince Honey Farm

    • Woolacombe Beach

    • Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park

    • Exmoor Zoo

    • The Big Sheep

    • The Milkyway

    • Dunster Castle

    From the M5 junction 23 take the A39 all the way to Porlock. Midway between Lyton and Porlock on the A39 approximately 6 miles take turning to Oare. At T Junction by Oare Church turn right towards Malmsmead. After bridge bear right, then first right through main car park to campsite at far end.


    Or visit Doone Valley Campsite website for further information

    Doone Valley Campsite

    Doone Valley Campsite

    Glebe House
    EX35 6NU

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  • Tent Pitches: Yes
    Tour Caravan Pitches: Yes
    Motor Home Pitches: Yes
    Battery Charging: Yes
    BBQ area: Yes
    Campfires Allowed: Yes
    Chemical Disposal Point: Yes
    Car Parking: Yes
    Dogs allowed: Yes
    Drinking Water: Yes
    Electric Shaver Point: Yes
    Fishing Available: Yes
    Ice Pack Facility: Yes
    Ponies/Horses: Yes
    Shower Facilities: Yes