Mill Park Campsite; Caravan, Motorhome, Glamping, Camping in North Devon

COVID-19 Mill Park Campsite and Fishing Lake are closed until further notice. We would like to reassure customers with existing bookings that we will be contacting you in chronological booking order, roughly 4 weeks ahead of arrival dates. Please be patient with us at this time.

Mill Park is a sheltered touring caravan and camping site set in an attractive wooded valley in the village of Berrynarbor on the North Devon Coast. Mill Park benefits from; an onsite Bar, Fishing Lake, Family Room, Shop, Games Room, Laundry, beautiful modern showers / toilets and also many other useful facilities, such as Calor gas bottle changing, electric vehicle charging and ice pack freezing.

The on-site pub - The Bent Peg - serves food between 7pm and 9pm and has a wide array of beverages available, including locally sourced beers and spirits.  Accompanied children and dogs are welcome in the Bent Peg Bar.

Mill Park is surrounded by attractive woodland and is an ideal family site, being just a short walk to quiet beaches, both sand and pebble. Equally near at hand is the unspoilt and breathtaking beauty of Exmoor.

Pitches are wide and spacious, with a mixture of fully serviced hardstanding pitches, and electric grass pitches.  An 8 acre camping field is also available without electricity. 

The nearest village, Berrynarbor, is just a five minute walk from the site. This village dates back to the sixteenth century and earlier. There is a quaint old country pub (Ye Olde Globe), village store / post office and cafe.

Buses pass by the site regularly, with Bus stops located at the boundary of Mill Park servicing Combe Martin, Ilfracombe, Barnstaple and beyond.

Mill Park caters for families and couples, and our aim is to create a friendly relaxed atmosphere.

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About us

We are a small, family run campsite, that strives to offer the best possible service with a friendly smile.  Nothing is too much bother and we are always willing to offer a helping hand.  We acquired Mill Park in 2015 and are continually looking for new ways to improve Mill Park and its facilities for our Customers.  We have a strong focus on "local" produce and support local business wherever possible, whether it be our; milk, meats, ice-creams, jams, honeys, eggs and other shop staples, through to the ales, gins and vodkas we serve in the bar, even our coffee beans are locally roasted.

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About the Park

Mill Park is located on the edge of the village of Berrynarbor, North Devon, in a designated AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), a Coastal Preservation Area and on the North Devon Heritage Coast.  The SouthWest Coastal Path is on the bottom boundary of Mill Park, with Exmoor National Park being a stones throw away.  Originally a working farm and the village mill dating back to the 17th Century, Mill Park first became a campsite in the 1960's. The spring fed stream running through Mill Park was the original leat that served and powered the mill, which now continually feeds fresh spring water into the Fishing Lake.  Mill Park is located close to the local beaches and coastline which are only a short walk away.

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