Camping Closed until April the 1st 2018. Only the Shepherds hut is available @ £45 per night minimum 2 nights, use the contact us to obtain availability. Thanks Sarah.
We are a family run business just out of Bovey Tracey right on the edge of Dartmoor.
We have a secluded space for 5 caravans and 10 camping pitches. Enjoy the open air and tranquillity of Devon's Dartmoor.
The wild camping site offers a sheltered field surrounded by trees and fields. It has the usual amenities of fresh water, electric hook up, chemical waste, grey water waste and offers an on-site Eco-friendly toilet and hot water shower. Dogs are welcome and there is the use of fire pits for that outdoors atmosphere, logs can be supplied. The location is ideal for walkers, cyclists, twitchers and nature lovers, for although it is only 8 miles to the coast, the open moors are just a mile up the road. Due to the size of the site rallies would be welcome, and an overflow field could be made available.
Most of our wild camping site is flat and level so there are no problems for campers finding a suitable spot to pitch their tent.
We are ideally suited for campers or caravanner's with pets.
You’ll find Bovey Tracey perched on the edge of the dramatic beauty of Dartmoor, and an ideal base if you want to explore the outstanding natural landscape of South Devon and the moorlands. Known as the gateway to Dartmoor, Bovey Tracey is a charming and historic place to stay, with a strong rural heritage.
Taking its name from the river Bovey, the town is an established Saxon settlement, with its second name coming from the de Tracey family who ruled the area after the Norman Conquest. Bovey Tracey was the scene of a major battle during the English Civil War, which ended in victory for Cromwell’s troops. Their names live on today with the Cromwell Arms pub and a ruined priory arch also named after Cromwell.
Things to do
With the wild and imposing Haytor as a backdrop, Bovey Tracey is ideal for exploring the Tors of Dartmoor. There’s a range of outdoor sports for adrenaline junkies, including climbing, canoeing and walking. Dartmoor is one the UK’s National Parks and covers 358 square miles. A place of myth, history and natural beauty and with many antiquities and natural wonders, you can easily access everything that Dartmoor has to offer from Bovey Tracey. Food and drink
For retail, Bovey Tracey is typical of the strong tradition of towns in Devon offering a range of quality independent retailers, with delicatessens, high-class butchers, farm produce, and fair-trade shops. For a delicious and traditional Devon cream tea try the Old Cottage Teashop, while you can sample a range of locally made dishes at the fabulous Terrace Café.
Something a little different to enjoy your wild camping experience.
Dartmoor Whisky Distillery produce single malt whisky, using barley grown by Tim Cox at Preston Farm, Dartmoor.
Our Barley is malted at Tuckers Maltings, just 8 miles from our distillery, and one of only four malting houses in England still malting in the traditional way. You can learn more at
Our primary distillation takes the beer wash from around 7% to 28% proof. After three primary distillations, the ‘low wines’ are returned to the still to be distilled again to produce the finished ‘water of life’ at around 70% proof.
Our spirit is then transferred into barrels for the maturation process to begin.
Dartmoor Whisky is matured in three barrel types; American oak Bourbon barrels, French oak wine barrels, and Spanish oak sherry barrels.
The Terrace Café is at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen – a great day out at for anyone who loves the finer things in life. The Guild is in the converted Riverside Mill and you can watch craftsmen and women create unique jewellery, sculpture, prints, glass and textiles, from the traditional to the modern. With a great craft shop and spacious gallery, the Devon Guild of Craftsmen is a world-class attraction tucked away in the charming market town of Bovey Tracey
House of Marbles Bovey Tracey is a working glass and games factory set in an historic pottery. We have been manufacturing our unusual range of traditional games, puzzles, toys, marbles and glassware for many years.
Visitors are most welcome to wander around the old pottery buildings with their listed kilns, enjoy our museums of glass, games, marbles, and Bovey Pottery. Browse in the gift shop, glass shop and factory seconds. Take refreshments in our coffee shop and licensed restaurant called ‘The Old Pottery Restaurant’. You will be entertained by our wonderful collection of marble runs and the new giant floating marble amongst other amusements.
No Admission Charge.
You can book for lunch in the restaurant, please call 01626 835285.
The best wild camping on Dartmoor.
Bovey Tracey is right on the edge of the park.Tel: 01626 832093.
A short walk (half a mile) from the campsite are their offices in a pleasant park that is dog friendly.
Bovey Tracey has good pubs, restaurants,shops and supermarkets.
+44(0) 1626 832310
In adjacent field.
For satnav users our co-ordinates are:- Lat 50.59205777 Lon -3.6907833977
Wild camping on Dartmoor for all the family and pets.