Brownsham CampsiteBideford Bay and Hartland, Brownsham, Hartland nr Bideford, EX39 6AN
About Brownsham CampsiteNestle down for the night at Brownsham Campsite, complete with iron age hut, willow tunnel and earth oven.
One of North Devon’s undiscovered gems, a muse to countless artists and authors, Hartland offers sublime beaches, awesome cliffs and stunning scenery, and an overriding sense of calm, peace and quiet.
The campsite is located next to the Brownsham National Trust - look out for the Iron Age hut and wood sculptures. Where you set up for the night is your choice, up to four can sleep in the hut, and you can pitch a tent within the fenced area.
There’s a water standpipe, toilet, fire pit and earth oven – if you’d like to try this out have a word with one of the rangers.
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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), we’re currently closed and not taking bookings for the period of Friday 20 March to Thursday 30 April 2020.
Features and facilities
- BBQ available
- Campfires allowed available
- Toilets available
Notes for guests
Season: Brownsham Campsite is only open at weekends during July and August - Friday, Saturday, Sunday night.
Minimum night stay: 1 night
Bookings: Whole site booking only. First come first served basis.
Maximum: 8 campers maximum (4 in mud hut, 4 in own tent).
Toilet: Compost toilet camping area.
Water Standpipe: Located at the top of the field.
Fire pit and earth oven: Please bring your own firewood and talk to the rangers about using the oven.
Parking: Parking nearby in the National Trust office car park in the designated area, 2 cars maximum.
Arrival & Departures: Arrival after 2pm, departure before midday.
Equipment: Please bring a torch, as it can get very dark at night.