Whether joining us for the day or pitching up for the weekend, the following activities are open for all!
Here is a flavour on what's on offer. Nearer the time we will publish a full programme.
Settle by the fire and listen to spellbinding yarns spun by wild raconteurs.
Join the National Trust rangers and tick off some '50 things before your 11 ¾' activities - flying a kite, making wild art, going on a scavenger hunt and hunting for bugs.
Family Adventure Sessions
Meet David Mellor, the man behind the popular Potty Adventures blog. He will be running informative and fun seminars about getting outdoors with young children.
Also lots more outdoor activities (please note there maybe some age restrictions).
Orienteering & bushcraft
If you fancy some time-out by the campfire, then head to our slow zone! Its a magical spot to relax, listen to stories and book readings.
During the evening if you fancy something more lively then there's a great live music line up. From Americano didgryBlues to Indie Rock they'll be something for everyone to dance along too.
Fancy seeing more of the Salcombe area?
Less than a mile's walk away are the tropical gardens at Overbeck's. The Edwardian villa sits high above the cliffs overlooking the Salcombe estuary. The gardens are perfect for a game of hide and seek or if the weather turns bad there are fun old-fashioned games for children to play inside.
The town of Salcombe you can visit the RNLI lifeboat station and Salcombe Maritime Museum as well as find lots of shops places to eat. If you fancy a walk you can get the ferry from South Sands which you will drop you right in the centre of town. A foot ferry also leaves from town to go to Mill Bay across the harbour. It's another lovely National Trust beach with gently sloping sands ideal for children bathing.