North Devon is a proper haven for outdoor pursuits and golf, fishing and walking are some of the world's favourite sporting activities. And the best bit. You'll find all these top pastimes on our four Devon Holiday Parks.
Feel the fresh air and freedom that comes with enjoying a UK midweek or weekend break where you can put a swing in your step with a spot of golfing around our Parks, time to cast out for fish, or get active with a coastal walk or ramble in the rolling hills of Devon, Somerset and Exmoor all in easy reach.
At Easewell Farm
Mortehoe & Woolacombe Golf Club is the real deal, and this sea view course on Easewell Farm has scenic 9-hole par 33 golfing to a tee. Or play the other way for a challenging 18 holes. Yes, this really is a Park with it's very own golf course perfect for a golfing break.View Park
At the other Parks
More golf than you can shake a stick. Go crazy on the adventure golf courses, they're real seaside staples. Play a little pitch and putt at two Parks, or try something different like golf with a football or a frisbee, and they're fun for all ages and ability and of course totally free.View activities
Woolacombe & Mortehoe Golf Course is affiliated to the English Golf Union and Devon County Golf Union ensuring excellent standards throughout the golf course. Traditional green keeping methods, outstanding natural drainage and turf care maintenance equipment mean year-round firm, fast and true greens and excellent fairways. You can download the 9-hole golf course map and our holiday guests can pre-purchase green fee vouchers in advance.
Hook line and sinker
First time fishing or seasoned pro, just bring your rod and licence and perch peacefully on the banks of our small freshwater lakes at Golden Coast and Twitchen House well stocked with carp, roach and tench. Because the beach is so close, test your skills at sea fishing too.View Parks
Fishing in the lakes on Golden Coast and Twitchen House is free for our holiday guests and does not require a day ticket but a current UK rod licence is required for over 12s when you freshwater fish in UK inland waterways, you can find out more and buy a rod fishing licence online. Rules apply to the bait, catch, release and spinning and you must have the proper equipment including rods, landing net and unhooking mat; we do not have any fishing equipment available for hire or bait for sale. There are numerous types of wildlife that are indigenous to the lakes and anglers are requested not to leave any litter and be very careful not to discard any lines or hooks, please check with reception at your Park for full rules and regulations before you fish.
Coastal walking breaks
Nestled in an area of outstanding natural beauty, our four Parks are perfectly positioned to explore the North Devon section of the South West Coast Path including dog friendly Woolacombe Beach. Further afield take on the rugged moorland vistas on Exmoor National Park.Read blog