We welcome all types of touring campers - caravans, campervans, motorhomes and tents.

Berry Barton is an ideal location for exploring our beautiful surroundings and is popular with visitors to the local Beer and Folk festivals at Branscombe and Sidmouth.

We don't allocate pitches but we have a number of electric hook ups that have to be pre-booked. There are numerous water taps around the main camping field, along with a grey waste disposal drain near the gate to the caravan site. We have a recently refurbished and extended shower and toilet block and washroom facilities with a coin operated washing machine and separate tumble dryer.

  • Children sharing adult accommodation come free of charge. A nominal charge will be made for children on a separate pitch.
  • Fire pits are allowed providing they are raised, do not damage the turf and are extinguished appropriately.
  • Dogs are welcome free of charge at Berry Barton but we ask that they are kept on leads whilst on the campsite and whilst they are in the vicinity of livestock. Owners are responsible for ensuring dog mess is bagged and disposed of in the bins by the entrance.

Basic pitch - £18 per night

Electric hook-up pitch - £24 per night

Caravan electricity points, or electric hook ups MUST NOT be used to charge electric cars

All charges apply to tents, motorhomes, campervans, or caravans and are based on 4 people sharing the same pitch. Extra adults will charged at £5 per night

We can host wedding and birthday celebration parties in a seperate field by prior arrangement with Mark.

To pre-book an electric hook-up pitch please call 01297 680 208 or email so that we can check availability.

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How to find us

If you are traveling in a large vehicle please follow the camping signs to Berry Barton from the A3052. Avoid traveling past the Fountain Head Inn as the road is narrow.
Berry Barton Caravan Park
Berry Hill
EX12 3BD
Google map image showing the suggested route for larger vehicles to take to avoid narrow roads