Camping @ Croydebay

We are Open! Summer 2020 is finally here!

This year’s pitches are 50% larger than ever which means approximately 10 campervan and 40 tent pitches.

Many pitches are almost level or gently sloping. None are steeply sloping. Please see our main pictures for site views.

Rates are £14 per adult per night. The children are half price aged 4 to 15 inclusive and Free if they are 1,2 or 3 years young. Sorry, no infants under 1due to the nature of our facilities and the tenuous soundproofing of canvas!


We have a small number of electric hookups available.


Numerous His and Hers sparkling hot showers and well-kept toilet facilities are all open as normal (with even greater sanitation if that is possible)


Closing at the end of September.


Sorry guide dogs only.


Booking up fast so email now;
Call Stu on;
or use the booking tool here.


We have all the relevant procedures in place for this challenging time, such as extra-large and spaced out pitches, self-check-in/out, increased sanitization and distancing measures for the showers, etc. All you will be required to do is relax!


Excellent camping, surfing, walking, cycling, and rock climbing, with access to the South West Coast Path and Tarka Trail.


Come camping at Croyde Bay and we’ll guarantee it to be an experience you will never forget, nor want to. This outstanding wide sandy beach curves like a sweep of an arm around the unspoiled North Devon coastline and appeals to holidaymakers and surfers alike. The pretty village, which has plenty of specialist shops and good eating places, is peppered with old thatched cottages that echo the tranquil charm of times long past. Croyde Bay is fast becoming an international centre for surfing and certainly the challenge of surfing the waves at Croyde is one of its key attractions, making it one of the hotspots for keen surfers who come here from all over Britain. In fact, those who get a taste for the magic of this beautiful area return year after year and it is our pleasure to welcome them and ensure that every visit is as good as the last one, if not better.


Croyde is perfect for experienced and novice surfers alike as there are plenty of surfing shops selling a whole range of equipment, as well as dedicated tuition centres and for those who enjoy a real challenge, there is always the thrill of surfing around the reef and Downend Point. The beach itself however is a Blue Flag beach, which means it has excellent cleanliness and facilities. Croyde is unique in that it has its own microclimate.


Camping at Croyde Bay is the ideal holiday as there are plenty of opportunities to take part in different activities from walking the Heritage Coastline path to Baggy Point and off-road driving to bird watching and horse riding. All this takes place at some of the most legendary scenery in Britain.


This picturesque area is not just for surfers, it is also for those who want to savour new experiences in exciting scenery or simply to chill out on the glorious sandy beaches that seem to stretch on forever. The welcoming villagers will tell you that this is an unmissable and bewitching coastline which in truth should be sipped slowly just like the beer at one of Croyde’s quaint traditional pubs.

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