Mill Park is a sheltered touring caravan and camping site set in an attractive wooded valley on the North Devon Coast. It has a shop, a takeaway, games room, laundry, and has many other useful facilities such as gas-changing and ice pack freezing. There is also an on-site pub and take away.
Glamping in The wooden Cocoon is specially designed to be used as a tent but with the advantage of already being set up on-site for your arrival. Bring all the normal camping gear but do not worry about packing the tent. Each Cocoon has plenty of headroom with a floor area of 6.5 square meters of internal space, ample space for up to 2 adults & 2 children. The Cocoon accommodates the variable British weather keeping you warm and dry with the advantage of good ventilation for those summer days. The large rear window allows you to enjoy the scenery. A wooden tent: for all situations with the additional benefit of a lockable patio door. Mill Park Camp and Caravan site Cocoon offers a convenient alternative to the tent but retains all the ambience of the camping holiday, set in a secluded area by the lake.
Their three Lotus Bell Tents are spacious, 5m diameter, high sided Bell tents with a fully insulated liner with a porch, situated upon raised wooden decks with outlooks over the Lake. Our Lotus Bell Tents are named Duck, Owl and Pheasant.
Their 3 Glampods are located on the East valley ridge of Lake Field overlooking the Lake, with a great private location. The Glampods are insulated wooden structures with lockable doors and windows.
Onsite facilities for touring/tents or glamping include electrical hook-ups (16amp), shower blocks consisting of toilets, showers, washbasins with free hot and cold water, laundry room with washing machines & tumble dryers, ironing facilities, dishwashing sinks, chemical disposal point, competitively priced shop, off licence, camping supplies, gas exchange, freezer blocks, fishing tackle and baits & an on-site pub.
The site is surrounded by attractive woodland and is an ideal family site. Being just a short walk to quiet beaches, both sand and pebble. Equally near at hand is the unspoilt and breathtaking beauty of Exmoor. The nearest village, Berrynarbor is just a five-minute walk from the site. This village dates back from the sixteenth century and earlier. There is a quaint old country pub, village stores and post office. Buses also pass past the site regularly.
North Devon has a charm all of its own, with miles of golden sandy beaches and picturesque market towns and fishing villages. The village of Croyde is ideally suited for exploring all that the region has to offer. Both Croyde and Woolacombe beaches have gained The Seaside Award for their excellent facilities. With the Blue Flag being won by both in the past.