Whitemoor Camping

Whitemoor Camping
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Whitemoor Camping

Key Features
Two minutes from Bishop’s Tawton village
Near the Tarka Trail and National Cycle Route 3
Close to Barnstaple, the UK’s oldest town
25 minutes from the Exmoor National Park
10 minute walk to Bishops Tawton pub

Packing the car with sandy towels and the rucksack full of action? Whitemoor Camping is your perfect Devon destination. Enjoy a tranquil stay on a peaceful family-run farm, just two minutes from the village of Bishop’s Tawton and 25 minutes’ drive from the inspiring North Devon coastline.

Explore rolling hills full of sheep in the lush Taw valley as you get ready for a bracing day of hiking and biking on the nearby Tarka Trail or National Cycle Route 3. On top of all that awesome outdoor activity, you can experience a taste of history with a trip to Barnstaple (the UK’s oldest town), only 10 minutes away.

A 25-minute drive from the campground brings nature-lovers to the Exmoor National Park foothills for a packed day of surfing and walking. Kick back at camp afterwards with a refreshing shower or a cook-up at the campfire/BBQ before thirsty adventurers head down to Bishops Tawton pub for dinner – a mere 10-minute stroll away.

FAQs About Whitemoor Camping

    • Q: Where is Whitemoor Camping located?
      A: Whitemoor Camping is located at Whitemoor Farm, Bishops Tawton, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX32 0HY.

    • Q: How far is Whitemoor Camping from the beach?
      A: Whitemoor Camping is within 35 minutes of Woolacombe beach and Croyde Bay.

    • Q: What outdoor activities are nearby?
      A: Nearby outdoor activities include hiking and biking along the Tarka Trail and National Cycle Route 3.

    • Q: Is firewood available on site?
      A: Yes, firewood is available on site.

    • Q: Is there a pub nearby?
      A: Yes, there is a pub that is only 10 minutes’ stroll away.

    • Q: Are people available to help set up camp?
      A: Yes, a member of the family is always on hand at the farm’s Devon longhouse to help set up camp.

    • Q: How far away is Exmoor National Park?
      A: Exmoor National Park is within easy day trip distance at 25 minutes’ drive away.


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The address for Whitemoor Camping we have is: Whitemoor Farm, Bishops Tawton, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX32 0HY. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Whitemoor Farm, Bishops Tawton, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX32 0HY

About the Local Area (Barnstaple)

With a history dating back to Saxon times, Barnstaple has retained much of its character and charm, making it a popular destination for visitors to the area.

What is Barnstaple Famous For?

Barnstaple is famous for its historic Pannier Market, which dates back to the 1850s and is still in operation today. The town is also home to the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon, which showcases the rich history and culture of the area.

Things to Do in Barnstaple

Barnstaple offers a range of activities and attractions to suit all interests. Take a stroll along the River Taw and enjoy the stunning views of the countryside, or explore the narrow streets of the town centre and discover the many independent shops and cafes.

Other popular things to do in Barnstaple include:

  • Visit the historic Pannier Market and browse the stalls selling local produce, crafts, and souvenirs.
  • Take a trip to Rock Park, a beautiful green space with plenty of walking trails, a children’s play area, and stunning views of the River Taw.
  • Explore the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon and learn about the area’s fascinating history and heritage.

Things Near Barnstaple

While there is plenty to see and do within Barnstaple itself, there are also many nearby attractions that are well worth a visit.

Some of the most popular things to do and see near Barnstaple include:

  • Visit the stunning beaches of Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay, both of which offer great opportunities for surfing, sunbathing, and relaxation.
  • Explore the rugged beauty of Exmoor National Park, where you can hike, cycle, or simply enjoy the stunning scenery.
  • Take a trip to the nearby village of Braunton and discover its quaint shops, cafes, and galleries.

Whether you’re interested in history, and culture, or simply enjoying the great outdoors, Barnstaple and the surrounding area offer something for everyone.

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