Lydford Caravan & Camping Park lies on the west side of the Dartmoor National Park and enjoys fabulous views over the moor. It is the perfect site to enjoy early or late season caravanning and camping.
The town of Lydford has a Norman Castle. Find out how the Tinners Parliament imprisoned tin miners.
Lydford Gorge is the deepest gorge in south west England, stretching a mile and a half from the Devils Cauldron whirlpool to the 100ft White Lady Waterfall.
The Granite Way is a mostly traffic-free, 11-mile cycle and walk way from Okehampton to Lydford - part of the National Cycle Network.
Dartmoor National Park has a beautiful moorland landscape with wooded valleys and wind-swept Tors. Families can try letterboxing - a form of orienteering.
Tavistock is known as the nicest town in Devon and hosts a daily Pannier Market selling local food, plants and collectors items.
The towns and cities of Plymouth, Barnstaple and Exeter are accessible by car or bus.
The Finch Foundry Museum shows how trades developed to support local industry. It is home to the mill leat and launder.
Dartmoor Railway runs trains through the beautiful countryside of Devon and Dartmoor. It has a visitor centre at Meldon Viaduct.
Sir Francis Drakes home of Buckland Abbey is one of several National Trust properties in the area.
Please dont rely on your satnav for the route from the A30. The most direct route to Site is too narrow for caravans and motorhomes.
Use only the route shown on "Location" button at www.lydfordsite.co.uk
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