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Wall Park Touring & Centry Road Camping
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Open from Apr to Oct
Basic pitch £13.00
MID SEASON. 1st April -7th April, 2nd May - 8th May, 23rd May - 17th July
Basic pitch £15.00
HIGH SEASON. 18th July – 31st August
Basic pitch £23.00
APPLIES TO ALL SEASONS
Electric hook up £ 5.00 per night
Children 5 - 16 years £ 4 per night
Persons over 16 £4.00 per night
53m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Reviews are the subjective opinion of the member and not of seachforsites.co.uk
A lovely site! Well maintained, spotless facilities with friendly, helpful staff. Nice walk into Brixham downhill but a bit of a killer walk back up. A wonderful area to explore with Agatha Christie’s Devon home nearby, Greenway. Well worth a visit (National Trust), pre-booking essential.View all reviews by LingWingwang
Will definately return
Lovley clean site , 15 min walk into brixham , showers open plenty hot water , friendly staff , getting busy but seems quite would visit againView all reviews by stevelandy
Agree with all the reviews below. But add that that its open aspect is such a relief after the tortuous (especially in visitor-busy times), narrow - albeit enticing - streets getting here. Kind of mirrors the nearby Berry Head nature reserve (as much history as nature) in its expansive, uncrowded green field openess. Phone signal excellent (Three).View all reviews by timsinc
Facilities brilliant. cleanest shower block ever seen. friendly staff, well kept site.View all reviews by hazelmarks
playground for 4-9 years.
Easy walk to Berry Head nature reserve saw dolphins leaping off Berry Head.
Bus into Brixham and back with connections to Paignton, Totnes, Torquay, Kingswear.
Steam train or open top bus tours around area and to Dartmouth by ferry.
Dunham is a bustling fishing village, with great pubs, restaurants and quaint shops. fishing trips and wildlife trips on sea.
Good little campsite, close to brixham 20-30 minute walk...View all reviews by 1867pw
Reasonably priced and facilities good ...
Two night stay.....15.00/night.....staff friendly and personable , pitches a little close but outside holiday season not a problem. Great shower and toilet block with laundry, sinks etc...previous reviews highlight steep slope to Brixham....17 bus service available to centre....also footpaths to Berry Head, and coastal points of interest , and walk down to Town centre from BH..pleasant and relatively un taxing, and passes Shoals restaurant. 1 negative..asked to leave pitch by ten, and site by 12View all reviews by alanwillis
Good level site recently opened in June 2018. Good facilities and helpful staff. Easy walk down into town or take the path to Berry Head thne carry on into town. Loads to do in and around Brixham, would return to this site.View all reviews by dodge55
A medium sized site on the headland to the south of Brixham. Every thing you could want either there on down the steep hill into town. Almost on the coastal footpath. We enjoyed our time there.View all reviews by terrycarter