Camping At Incledon Farm
Our camp site at Incledon Farm is aimed at families & couples.
Things to do
There are so many things to see and do in North Devon:
For walkers there is the fantastic South West Coast Path just a few minutes away from us.
For the Golfers, there are two high quality courses nearby, Saunton Golf Club & Ilfracombe
Last but by no means least there is of course some of the best surfing beaches the UK has to offer, with miles of golden sand and blue flag water quality.
The busy town of Barnstaple is a short journey away with all the shops required for retail therapy.
Braunton is also very close with all its surf and skate shops. For the skateboard enthusiasts there is a skate park in Rock Park Barnstaple and of course Braunton bowl at the youth centre.
In the village of Georgeham, there is the local post office and shop selling local products and essentials, the beautiful church, and two local village pubs, the Rock and The Kings Arms, all just a 5 minute stroll down the lane.
The Platt & The Meadow
Two beautiful camping areas to choose from
Both of these camping fields have fantastic rural views, and offer the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. For those who enjoy a bit more action, often there is an impromptu game of rounders, football, volleyball in the centre of the larger field, of course everyone is welcome to join in or even start the game.
We do not profess to be a state of the art modern campsite, we are a family business who are still heavily involved in farming our land, and have enjoyed welcoming campers to our farm for over 40 years.
We have a number of level pitches; others are gently sloping as we are in the rolling hills of Devon. We also have a number of pitches with electric hook-up (pre-booking essential)..
We have functional toilets, hot showers, access to a fridge and freezer and a washing up area all included in the camping fees.
Safety and Rules
We do ask you to respect the fact that we are a working farm, and look to you to ensure your safety of your children by keeping them out of the barns, and off the machinery, unless accompanied by one of us.
Dogs are welcome, however, due to the amount of livestock and children around the farm we insist on dogs being kept under control and on a lead at all times, and of course we expect you to be responsible and pick up anything your pet leaves behind.
We ask you to keep noise to a minimum at all times but there is no noise after midnight