You can enjoy secluded pitches, woodland camping and campfires here at Hole Station Adults only campsite, with a choice of BYO or safari style Rent -A-Tent camping ...
Hole Station Adults only Campsite is a quiet, peaceful, tents only, campfires allowed campsite set in 23 acres of native deciduous woodland, situated in very rural West Devon - midway between Dartmoor and the beaches of North Cornwall and North Devon. Hole Station is adult only campsite (18+).
Hole Station Adults only Campsite is completely secluded, approached via a private lane. Hole Station Adult only woodland camp site features fresh clean air, abundant wildlife, no light pollution so great views of the stars on clear nights, and if you want to spend the day chilling on site you won't be driven off by youngsters being 'enthusiastic'. And you can relax by your campfire every night :-)
Hole Station Adult only woodland camp site provides a peaceful total break from life in the outside world, a sense of enchantment even, set as it is in such beautiful Devon countryside.
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Campfires - Every pitch has it's own fire pit and campfire bench. Campfire kits can be purchased from reception (we do not allow use of your own wood). We also hire out campfire grill cooking kits. More info about campfires and campfire cooking kits here
Pitches – The campsite pitches are set in individual woodland clearings
BYO Pitches – Traditional camping, you bring your own tents and kit. BYO pitches are self selection and all feature a fire pit, a campfire bench and a ready erected kitchen shelter. More info including prices here
Pre-Erected Tents (Rent-A-Tent Camping) Pitches - Pretty much everything you will need for a comfortable camping holiday is supplied apart from your bedding. Included is a large weatherproof and fully equipped cooking/dining/leisure area shelter for your exclusive use, and of course tents. More info including prices here
Dogs not allowed - We have free range chickens and other animals here so dog owners please don't take offence, we simply don't want any 'incidents' and are only ever going to say no to dogs.
No Children - Hole Station Campsite is an adult only 18yo plus child free zone.
Cyclists & Bike hire – Hole Station campsite welcomes cyclists, we are just off R27 and R3. The Tarka Trail and the Granite Way are nearby, and there are many quiet country lanes surrounding us. Cycle hire is available from Devon Cycle Hire with direct access from them on to the Granite Way cycle track.
Pub Grub and a Good Pint – Check out the 3 pub walk which starts and ends at the site. More info here
Activities & Local Facilities - There are those who spend the entire day chilling on the campsite, and those who spend their days out and about. And there is plenty of out and abouting to do in these here parts! More info here
Campsite Facilities - Eco loos, electric showers (free), wash basins, washing up area with hot water, a freezer for ice packs (free), phone charging, a small library and extensive recycling facilities. We do not have ehu.
Quiet Time 11PM - 7.30AM - And no music, tv, musical Instruments or radios at any time.
No Cars on Site - No headlights shining in your tent, no slamming car doors, no numpties driving 50 yds to the loo at 3am. There are unloading bays at the camp site entrances with wheelbarrows to transport your kit. The car park is adjacent to the campsite.
Hole Station Adult only Campsite will suit those looking for a camp site which DOES NOT feature screaming kids, car doors slamming day and night, radio's and tv's blaring out, on site bars and entertainments, slot machines, wi-fi, swimming pools, mini golf, late night drinking parties and drunken behaviour.
Hole Station adult only campsite in Devon - for campfires and adult only woodland camping. Hole Station, Highampton, Devon. EX21 5JH. Full contact details here.
Campers at Hole Station generally tend to take a more contemplative view on life.