Moor View Touring Park is surrounded by beautiful Devon countryside with enchanting views towards Dartmoor close to the South Devon coast.

Park Manager, David Law has created an adult only touring park retreat where guests enjoy excellent facilities and features often only found on larger caravan sites.

Moor View Touring Park is ideal for exploring Dartmoor, glorious South Devon beaches and the South Hams picture-postcard villages.

Park Facilities

Free Wi-fi all year round!

Dogs go Free all year round!

Over 60,s discounts, All year round!

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Each of our hand standing pitches have, 16 amp electric, free wi-fi, drinking water on pitch, grey waste water hook up on pitch.

Immaculately kept grounds with mature trees and shrubs give Moor View Touring Park a garden atmosphere.

You can stay with us and tour Devon at any time of the year.

Spotless and frequently cleaned centrally heated ladies & gents toilets which include hair dryers, hand dryers and shaver points,

Centrally heated showers for both ladies & gents, centrally heated large common room with large flat screen TV, coffee tables, sofas, free coffee and tea supplying Nescafe and Tetley with free to use kettle fridge and freezer. (All free to use.)

Laundry room with two washing machines and tumble dryers, an ironing board and iron.
Dish washing facilities.

We stock caravan essentials and Calor Gas.

Just minutes away is an excellent Spar/Garage open 6.00am-10.00pm with a good range of groceries and drinks.

5 minutes walk from the park, The California Inn has regularly won Devon Dining Pub of the Year awards for its restaurant and bar-food.

We look forward to welcoming you to Moor View Touring Park, our adult only rural retreat with the personal touch.

Check availability and book online at any time.

What’s On Nearby?

Fishing, horse-riding, golf, surfing, sailing, swimming pool and leisure center, cinemas and theatres are all convenient from Moor View Touring Park.

Whether you like to walk, cycle or drive, the Devon South Hams offer diverse scenery and attractions within a short distance.

You can see Dartmoor National Park from the park; 365 square miles of high tors, remote paths, stunning views and open pasture where sheep, cattle and ponies roam free.

Visit historic towns at Princetown, Widdicombe and Buckfastleigh, and find fact and folklore about life on Dartmoor.

Moorland gives way to rolling Devon hills, wooded valleys and estuaries, ideal for fishing and boating. Kingsbridge and Salcombe are attractive harbor resorts with National Trust properties nearby.

Explore glorious Devon coast along the South West Coast Path a few miles from Moor View Touring Park.

Unspoiled coves and beaches at Wonwell, the Erme estuary and Mothecombe are perfect.

Visit Bigbury-on-Sea for Burgh Island, which is only accessible by sea-tractor at high tide.

A trip along Start Bay from Slapton Sands to the historic Naval town at Dartmouth is a great day out.

The river bustles with boats and ferries crossing to Kingswear.

Dart Valley steam trains operate from Kingswear to Paignton and Buckfastleigh to Totnes.

The seaport of Plymouth is under 30 minutes from Moor View Touring Park.

Watch ships come and go from The Hoe, stroll to the National Marine Aquarium around the marina, or enjoy retail therapy in the shopping malls.

A Tamar River trip takes you past Mount Edgecombe gardens and the Navy dockyards to the Devon – Cornwall border.

Wherever you do decide to explore, drop by a country pub or cottage café for a Devon cream tea.

You’ll receive a warm welcome in a setting of unique and real character where most of the food and drink will be produced in Devon.

How To Find Us

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