Summerhill Farm Campsite
- Friendly, family run campsite & farm
- Great central base for any holiday
- Toilet & shower facility block
- Number of electricity hook up points
- Well behaved dogs welcome (on a lead)
- Open April to September
Summerhill Farm Campsite - Dog Friendly Campsite in Ashburton, Devon
We are a working farm situated in the beautiful River Dart Valley, surrounded by rolling hills, close to the town of Ashburton on the edge of Dartmoor National Park in Devon close to the main A38 “Devon Expressway”.
Our unique locations means that our campsite makes an ideal base for your holiday, with the wild splendor of Dartmoor with it’s hiking, rivers and scenic views right on our doorstep, whilst also enjoying easy access to the South Devon Coast with Theme Parks, Zoos, Beaches and many other attractions all within a short car journey away. The River Dart Country Park is right next door to us for fun family days out with other attractions just a short journey away.
Our large camping field offers plenty of room for tents or tourers and has the added benefit of a limited number of electricity hook up points (deposit required), purpose built toilet and shower block, including facilities for the disabled, recycling bins, laundry facilities as well as fresh water and waste disposal.
Camping At Summerhill Farm
Our large, well drained, Camping Field is situated at the bottom of the farm close to the road, with the toilet and shower facility block (including disabled facilities) set to one side.
We now have a limited number of Electricity Hook Up Points (deposit required). Please ask about availability when you book.
We allow raised barbeques to be used on site, but we do ask all visitors to respect other campers and not to cause a nuisance. Between the hours of 10pm and 9am we operate a quiet policy where we ask visitors to keep noise to a minimum. Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead as we are a working farm and there may be live-stock in adjacent fields.
Our location makes us a perfect base from which to explore the area being situated on Dartmoor which offers some beautiful scenery including the River Dart and of course the stone Tors that Dartmoor is famed for. With an area of some 368 square miles to choose from you can still find quiet hidden areas and with around 450 miles of public rights of way there are plenty of places to explore within the National Park. Some of the better known locations to visit include Haytor, Hound Tor, Dartmeet as well as Princetown with its famous prison and the clapper bridge at Postbridge. Where ever you go you are assured of some amazing scenery and wild rugged landscapes.