Tarka Trail Camping

Welcome to
Tarka Trail Camping

Tarka Trail Camping is a quiet, family owned and run campsite nestled right beside the beautiful Tarka Trail on the River Taw Estuary, perfect for walking and cycling with miles of stunning country and estuary views.

Our large, level, grassed camping field with water, toilets and showers available is open for Spring/Summer from 23 March 2024. Well behaved dogs are welcome to share happy holidays with you and must be kept on a lead at all times.


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The Tarka crew

Something For Everyone

Located between the famous surfing beaches of Croyde, Woolacombe and Westward Ho! we are a perfect Base Camp for Surfers, Adventurers, Sun Worshippers & Families of all ages.

If all that walking, sight seeing and swimming has brought on a thirst, visit Lawrence and relax with a drink at the Yelland Manor Micro Brewery next door.

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Start Your Adventure

Wake up to the charming sounds of the birds as they sing their morning chorus. Unplug, recharge and escape from the chaos of everyday life.

Our rates start from £14 per walker/hiker per night and £15 per adult with car. Children under 5's go free, and 5-11 years are £5 per night. We have electrical hook ups (£6 per hookup per night) and can accommodate Camper Vans, Motor Homes and Touring Caravans. Please use the form below to check availability and book your pitch, and contact us if you have any queries.

About Nature

Tarka Trail Camping has been accepted into the North Devon Biosphere Business Parter accreditation scheme for showing commitment to Conservation, Local Development and awareness raising.

The North Devon Biosphere is a place where people and nature come together in our world-class environment of dunes, grassland and moors, towns and villages, and coast and sea. Part of the UNESCO World Biosphere, their mission is to connect people and nature to inspire a positive future today.

For more details about the North Devon Biosphere, including how to go plastic free and reduce your carbon footprint, take a look at their Visitor Website: https://www.biosphere.org.uk