For walkers, the popular ‘Two Moors Way” is within easy walking distance of the park (accessed either via a short walk along the the road directly at the front of the park (please be aware there is no footpath/pavement) or via the footpath directly from the park then along country lanes). You can also walk directly into the small village of Drewsteignton (circa 25mins) where there is a local pub, Post Office and a restaurant (please note as you may expect being in rural Dartmoor most walks from the park involve their fair share of long up-hill sections which may not suit everyone).
A short drive to nearby Fingle Bridge or Castle Drogo provide alternatives or jump on the bus from Crockernwell Shelter (a short walk along the front road) which will take you further into Dartmoor, including Castle Drogo car park where beautiful walks and refreshments at their cafe await!.
Cyclists will also enjoy the many cycle tracks that Dartmoor has to offer making us a perfect stay for cyclists. More info
There is a bus stop right at the park entrance (6 & 6A local services) this is a request stop. Full details will be provided at reception onsite when you arrive, or the bus operator’s website link here. You can hop on the bus into the village of Cheriton Bishop where there is a shop (& Post Office) and the public house “The Old Thatch Inn“, the village also benefits a doctors surgery.
We have a selection of hardstanding fully serviced pitches (direct connection to freshwater and a wastewater point), hardstanding electric pitches, grass electric pitches and grass only pitches.
Barley Meadow Touring Park is a listed site with the Camping & Caravanning Club.
Checkout the gallery to see images as well as a link to images shared by customers at Pitch-up and a video review from July 2020, as they say “a picture speaks a thousand words”.
We very much hope to be welcoming you to our lovely location soon.