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Holiday & caravan parks in Devon

Devon is home to many iconic English locales, including the English Riviera and the moorlands of Dartmoor. The history of this county stretches back thousands of years, and you can experience it from the comfort of our holiday and caravan parks in Devon.


Golden Coast

The jewel in our Devon crown. Golden Coast is your feature-packed base whilst holidaying in Devon, and it offers a wide collection of facilities, events and space from which to experience the wonders of the county.


  • Indoor and outdoor pools
  • Beach House Bar & Bistro
  • Amusement arcade


Please note to book our caravan accommodation at Golden Coast, you now book this through Cleavewood Leisure Park.

Golden Coast climbing wall

Southern England



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Golden Coast

  • Indoor pools
  • Bowling alley & amusement arcade
  • A choice of bars and restaurants
  • High ropes, bungee trampoline & wave surfing simulator
Building at Cleavewood Leisure Park

Southern England



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  • Located next to the Golden Coast sister site
  • Caravans and lodges to buy
  • Stunning coastline and beaches
  • Owners-exclusive development, Cleavewood Heights

Holiday Home Ownership in North Devon

Owning a holiday home in North Devon can be a great investment and a wonderful opportunity to have a special place to relax and enjoy time with loved ones. North Devon is a beautiful region in England, known for its stunning coastline, rolling hills, and charming coastal towns and villages.

Features of Devon

Staying in Devon means experiencing one of the most naturally and geographically diverse places in England.

Saunton Sands

Located just 20 minutes from Golden Coast Leisure Park is Saunton Sands, a long, straight sandy beach backed by the impressive Braunton Burrows. This beach is a fan-favourite for families and surfers alike with the calmer and more sheltered water. 

National Parks

Once you’ve chilled out along Devon’s beautiful coastlines and rivers, go on an adventure at one of Devon’s famous National Parks, such as Dartmoor or Exmoor.

English Riviera

This 22 mile coastline is renowned for its seaside lodgings, villages and warm weather for most of the year. Victorians gave it this name due to the weather conditions being very similar to the French Riviera.

Bustling towns

There are several large towns available to you when staying in Devon, including Ilfracombe, Barnstaple and Bideford, each with their own festivals and restaurants to experience.

Even more things to do in North Devon

There are many exciting things to do in North Devon, a beautiful region located in the southwestern part of England. Some popular activities include visiting the stunning beaches, such as Woolacombe and Saunton Sands, which are known for their golden sands and clear waters.

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