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Slapton Sands Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Middle Grounds
Devon (South)   (Browse area)
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Tel: 01548 580538

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Pitches: 115
Open: 26 Mar - 02 Nov

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 55 Reviews
              9/10 from 55 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes  Glamping 

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Date of Visit: September 2012 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Griffpt 4 reviews from this member

We arrived in a motorhome having phoned ahead, the wardens were welcoming and helpful and we were shown to a lovely spot with great sea views up the coast toward Dartmouth, the pitches were nicely spaced and quite flat. The whole site had a nice relaxed feel to it.

There are two nice pubs about half a mile into the village, and the bus along the coast can be caught on the hour at the bottom of the hill, short walk from the campsite. Close to the site is a long shingle beach with beautiful views with good parking area and toilets.

Dartmouth's just a short bus ride away, great town very traditional, with boat trips up and down the river and where you can get a ferry to the other side of the river and then a old fashioned steam train to paignton, to return by boat along the coast to Dartmouth, what a lovely day out, the tickets can be bought by the railway cafe, (called a round robin).

We had a smashing couple of days and couldn't fault the site at all. Will definitely stay again.

Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Travellerrr 2 reviews from this member

Slapton Sands is by far the best campground we have stayed at within the UK this year.

It has great clean facilities, free showers (there's even a separate room with a baby bath for little ones), a wonderful atmosphere - our 4 year old got together with other similarly aged kids in the late afternoon to whizz around on their scooters and bikes on the ring road - going past our tent every lap with a huge grin on his face!

Despite the rain we had on two of our four days we found lots to do locally - walking down to the beach (5min) or up to the village (3min) - no shops in the village but two pubs open for lunch and dinner (but not in between, ie closed from 3 - 5. 30pm), biking along the beach road, walking and running around the nature reserve trails of Slapton Ley, playing in the pebbles and rockpools of Torcross (icecream shop here too).

Then there's Dartmouth, with it's well presented castle (English Heritage) and the little ferry into Dartmouth centre. And a day at Blackpool Beach (7pounds entry) would be well spent - we dropped in for an hour on our way home. We didn't have time to get to the nearby lighthouse, but it was on our list of things to do. Highly Recommended.

Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Ashworth55 6 reviews from this member

Have just got back from our holiday and had good weather.

The toilet and shower block was always clean only had to wait once for a short time for the shower given that this was high season didn't think this was bad.

The play park area seemed to be very popular with the younger children.

Great fish and chips at the Brill Plaice, Stoke Flemming, went there twice!

We also went to Blackpool sands beach for the day great beach.

The site is a bit of a hidden gem for caravanners don't be put off by the narrow roads through the villages take your time in getting there its worth it.

I should say that this is our second year here and find it a wonderful location. The sea is a 20 minute stroll away or 3 mins with a car load of essentials e. G. Kids, picnic, body boards, fishing gear etc.

We will visit again perhaps for a long weekend as that is the bonus of living not that far away from the site.

Date of Visit: June 2012 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Pansy Potter 14 reviews from this member

We had a very pleasing stay here over half term for two nights. Although we were not members we were welcomed and every effort was made to accommodate our late booking. The weather was dreadful, but the site was always clean and cheerful.

The showers were modern and roomy, with plenty of hot water. The location of the site is great, within walking distance of Slapton and its two super pubs and within 5 mins of the beach.

There is also a good bus service along the coast if you don't want to drive everywhere.

Only annoying thing was the man on the sit on lawnmower!

Highly recommended.

Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mirabelle 28 reviews from this member

Slapton Sands is a lovely little area and this site is charming with nice sea views (when it wasn't covered in fog, sadly the weather wasn't great during our stay)it is well kept with pretty grounds and chickens strolling around which we loved!

The site has a small shop and the wardens were friendly when we arrived. The shower/toilet block was very clean but I felt it could do with being modernised as it looked a bit old and dated, one thing that needs to be remedied is the way the shower curtains are positioned as it means they cling to you as you are trying to shower, not nice! We felt a few more showers would have been nice as we had to queue quite often, and it was really quiet during our stay so must be really hard to get one in high season!

There are a couple of pubs a short walk away in the village, although we were ignored for so long whilst waiting to be served at the Tower inn we decided not to book a table there(barman too busy talking to his mate!) In the end we ate at the other pub in the village and the meal was nice. Another night we drove down the road to the Kings Arms which specialised in sea food, very nice if you love fish!

We would love to return to this part of Devon and would stay here again, hopefully next time the sun will shine!

Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Bella37 3 reviews from this member

Lovely site, we had distant sea views (when it wasn't covered in fog) as the weather wasn't great during our stay.

Shower/toilet block clean but could do with an upgrade, didn't like the way the cold soggy shower curtain clung to me and I heard others say the same. It could do with more showers as had to queue a few times and there were not many units there during our stay!

Well kept and maintained grounds and loved the resident pair of chickens wandering round!

Nice site in a great location, good pubs in walking distance although was ignored for 15 minutes waiting to be served at the Tower inn while the barman chatted to his mate, so decided not to book a table there! we ate at the other pub in the village and that was nice and drove down the road to the Kings Arms for some great fish dishes. Would return here for sure.

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