South Ford Farm Camping

South Ford Farm Camping

Key Features
Surrounded by rolling hills
20 min drive to Exmoor National Park
Local supermarkets and Pannier Market in South Molton
25 min drive to Barnstaple
Indoor pool/climbing wall and beekeeping at Quince Honey Farm in South Molton
Peaceful atmosphere and stargazing with BBQs

South Ford Farm Camping offers a unique countryside retreat in North Devon. Situated within the tranquil environment of a working farm and surrounded by rolling hills, the riverside campsite is ideal for those looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Dogs are welcome, and a number of amenities are provided, such as a shower block, washing-up station and recycling facilities.

A 20-minute drive away, visitors can take in the majestic scenery of Exmoor National Park or choose to explore the great outdoors and natural beauty of the area on horseback or bicycle.

For a day of adrenaline-filled fun, head over to the nearby Saunton Sands, Croyde Bay or Woolacombe. All are just 50 minutes away.

At the nearby town of South Molton, the local supermarket offers everything you need during your stay and your whole family will love visiting the Pannier Market every Thursday and Saturday.

Alternatively, take a 25-minute drive to Barnstaple for some retail therapy or a delicious meal with a wide range of restaurants to choose from.

If the weather is not accommodating, the indoor pool and climbing wall in South Molton provides plenty of entertainment, or you can try your hand at beekeeping at Quince Honey Farm.

When night falls, lie back and bask in the sparkling Milky Way, or enjoy your evening barbecue (equipment not provided), and appreciate the peace and serenity of the South Devon rural landscape.

FAQs About South Ford Farm Camping

    • Q: Where is South Ford Farm Camping located?
      A: South Ford Farm Camping is a small family-run pop-up site in north Devon, set peacefully alongside a river. It is 25 minutes drive from Barnstaple and 20 minutes drive from Exmoor National Park.

    • Q: Does the campsite accept pets?
      A: Yes, the campsite is dog-friendly. However, pets are not allowed at pitches by the river.

    • Q: What facilities does the campsite offer?
      A: Facilities offered at the campsite include a shower block, washing-up station, and recycling facilities.

    • Q: Is there will be food options nearby?
      A:Yes. The nearest town is South Molton, which is 10 minutes away, where you can pick up bits in the supermarket or browse artisan food stalls at the Pannier Market. For a wider variety of eateries and shops, Barnstaple (25 minutes) is your best bet.

    • Q: Are there any attractions close to the camp site?
      A: Yes. Watersports enthusiasts can find some of Devon’s most popular surfing beaches such as Saunton Sands, Croyde Bay and Woolacombe, 50 minutes away. Exmoor National Park is also only 20 minutes away, where guests can explore moorland on foot, horseback or bike. Additionally, South Molton has an indoor pool and climbing wall, and Quince Honey Farm offers beekeeping.

    • Q: What kind of barbecue equipment do I need to bring?
      A:You will need to bring your own equipment for barbecuing.


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The address for South Ford Farm Camping we have is: Exeter Road, South Molton, Devon, England, EX36 4HX. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Exeter Road, South Molton, Devon, England, EX36 4HX

About the Local Area (South Molton)

South Molton is a fascinating market town with a rich history and a strong sense of community. Its unique blend of old-world charm and modern amenities makes it the perfect destination for those looking to explore the beauty of Devon without the crowds.

What is South Molton Famous For?

South Molton is famous for its bustling Pannier Market, which has been the heart of the town for over 800 years. Visitors can enjoy browsing the stalls of local produce, arts and crafts, and antiques.

South Molton is also known for its historic architecture, including St Mary Magdalene Church, which dates back to the 13th century.

Things To Do In South Molton

Whether you’re a history fan, an outdoor enthusiast, or a foodie, South Molton has something for everyone.

Here are some of the most popular things to do in the area:

  • Explore Exmoor National Park
    Just a short drive from South Molton, Exmoor National Park offers breathtaking views of the countryside and an abundance of wildlife, including wild ponies and red deer.
  • Visit Quince Honey Farm
    Learn about the fascinating world of bees and sample some of the delicious honey produced on-site at Quince Honey Farm.
  • Take a walk along the Tarka Trail
    This scenic trail follows the route taken by Tarka the Otter in the classic novel by Henry Williamson. The trail takes you through picturesque villages and stunning countryside.

Things Near By South Molton

In addition to the attractions in South Molton, there are plenty of things to do and see in the surrounding area.

Here are some of the most popular:

  • Visit the seaside town of Ilfracombe
    Just a short drive from South Molton, Ilfracombe is a charming seaside town with a picturesque harbour and plenty of shops and restaurants to explore.
  • Discover the ancient history of Tiverton Castle
    This beautifully preserved castle dates back to the 11th century and offers visitors the chance to step back in time and experience life in medieval England.
  • Relax on the beaches of Saunton Sands
    With its long, sandy beach and stunning views, Saunton Sands is the perfect place to soak up the sun and enjoy a picnic with the family.

From its historic market to its stunning countryside, there’s plenty to see and do in this charming town and the surrounding area.

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