Exebridge Lakeside

Exebridge, Dulverton, Devon, TA22 9BE | Telephone: 01398 324 068 | View Map

  • Visit nearby Minehead for beautiful views
    Visit nearby Minehead for beautiful views
  • Enjoy a welcome reception at Exebridge Lakeside
    Enjoy a welcome reception at Exebridge Lakeside
  • Explore Exmoor National Park by foot or on horseback
    Explore Exmoor National Park by foot or on horseback
  • Visit nearby Dulverton Castle
    Visit nearby Dulverton Castle
  • Take a late-night visit to Britain's first International Dark Skies Reserve
    Take a late-night visit to Britain's first International Dark Skies Reserve
  • Visit the famous Tarr Steps
    Visit the famous Tarr Steps
  • Discover beautiful wildlife in Exmoor National Park, from ponies...
    Discover beautiful wildlife in Exmoor National Park, from ponies...
  • ...to highland cows!
    ...to highland cows!
  • Enjoy an evening sunset over Exmoor National Park
    Enjoy an evening sunset over Exmoor National Park
  • Head out on Wimbleball Lake
    Head out on Wimbleball Lake
  • Kids will love the play area at Exebridge Lakeside
    Kids will love the play area at Exebridge Lakeside

Open Dates:
15 Mar 2019 - 30 Oct 2019

Earliest Arrival Time: 12 noon
Latest Departure Time: 11am

Facilities

• Wi-Fi
• Wash room / toilets
• Laundry facilities

Why stay here

On the doorstep of Exmoor National Park, Exebridge Lakeside provides stunning views of the surrounding hills and the Exe Valley. Perfect for adventurers, the site has something for everyone, from walkers and cyclists to stargazers and watersports lovers. The quiet town of Dulverton is within easy reach of the campsite and offers views towards Exmoor, plus plenty of wildlife and historic bridges to discover.

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    Tent Pitches from: £12.00 per night*

Accommodation at Exebridge Lakeside

Tent pitches

From: £12.00 per night*

Pitch up under the stars at our Exebridge Lakeside campsite, one of over 50 locations across the UK. Whether you’re looking to hit the shops on a city break, splash around at the coast or get lost in the highlands, we’ve got a campsite to suit you.

Site details

Why stay here

On the doorstep of Exmoor National Park, Exebridge Lakeside provides stunning views of the surrounding hills and the Exe Valley. Perfect for adventurers, the site has something for everyone, from walkers and cyclists to stargazers and watersports lovers. The quiet town of Dulverton is within easy reach of the campsite and offers views towards Exmoor, plus plenty of wildlife and historic bridges to discover.

Family days out

Head to Wimbleball Lake which offers a variety of activities for the whole family, both on and off the water. Try your hand at sailing and canoeing or stay safe on dry land with archery. For those with a penchant for heights, there's also an indoor climbing wall and a high ropes course. Budding climbers could also head to Wall in the Hall in Tiverton for even more rock climbing adventuring.

Older children will enjoy Tiverton Castle, where they can learn all about the castle's history and even try on English Civil War Armour.


Facilities on site

• BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
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Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
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Disabled shower room
• Family washroom
• Laundry facilities
• Toilet block
• Dishwashing area
• Electric hook-up
• Dog walk on site
• Dog walk from site
• Play area
• TV reception: fair
• Wifi - fees apply

Activities & experiences nearby


Cycling

The long-distance National Cycle route 3 connects Land’s End in Cornwall to Bristol. From Exebridge go east towards Taunton or north west towards Barnstaple to join the path. There are also plenty of easier routes around the local area too if you don't fancy a long trek. 


Walking

With Exmoor National Park close by, there are plenty of great opportunities for walking in the area. The Exe Valley Way is divided into 10 stages with bus links between them. Stage 7 of the walk passes Exebridge on its way from Bampton near Tiverton to Brushford, mainly following the River Exe.


Things to try

As Britain's first International Dark Skies Reserve, Exmoor National Park is well worth a late-night visit. Take a camera, a torch and a blanket (and maybe some snacks!) and spend an hour or so looking up at the stars.

During the day, the Grade I listed Tarr Steps which cross the River Barle are well worth a visit. Claiming the title of Britain's longest clapper bridge at 50 metres long, the steps are built from huge slabs of rock and you can stroll across them at your leisure.


Pubs and restaurants

The Anchor Inn is the closest pub to the campsite, offering great service and casual riverside dining. If you're up for travelling a little further afield, head to Woods Bar and Restaurant, a charming pub on the edge of Exmoor. Take a seat by the open log fire and sample the best of French-influenced British cuisine, using local West Country ingredients. The Bridge Inn is also in Dulverton (around 7 minutes drive from site), overlooking the River Barle, and offers cask ales and classic pub grub.



*Price based on 1 electric tent pitch + 1 adult. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 5x5 metres (approximately a four person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with your booking. There will be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs for further booking information. Full terms and conditions apply.

Location and transport

Exebridge, Dulverton, Devon, TA22 9BE
Telephone: 01342 777 533

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Dulverton, Minehead, Taunton and Tiverton
  • Nearest train station: Tiverton Parkway (around 13 miles away)