Dog friendly caravan holidays in Devon
Dogs go Free at Moor View!
If you’re looking for an adult only caravan touring park where you can bring your dogs free of charge, then moor view is the perfect choice for you.
Moor View is a great place to bring dogs, but it’s every owner’s responsibility to make sure their dog is not a nuisance to other guests.
Our guests visit Moor View primarily for peace and quiet, we respectfully ask everyone to consider whether their dogs would be suitable for this environment before booking.
Dog friendly campsite and caravan park in Devon
Dog walking area
Our 400m dog exercise area is fenced and secure, chat with other dog owners or simply take a seat on one of the benches and admire the view of glorious Dartmoor – doggy poo bag dispensers for when you get caught short!
Dog Friendly Beaches in the South Hams
Part of a great dog friendly holiday at moor view is being able to enjoy walking on the beach with your dog. Each beach has its own regulations on dog walking, and you’ll find some ban dogs during the summer. However, there are many beaches that allow dogs on beaches throughout the year and there are those that provide an area especially for dog walking.
All the following beaches allow dogs all year around.
Beesands Beach TQ7 2EL
Beesands has got all the right ingredients for a dog friendly holiday, and as you might expect is perfect for a dog friendly visit. It’s a mile-long shingle beach backed by fields and a freshwater lake. Fishing boats still offer up the catch of the day on the village green and the fresh crab sandwiches served locally have to be right at the top of any gastronome’s wish list. To get a real flavour of the West Country, there are a number of guest houses and B&Bs within walking distance of the sands. However, there is more than just sea and sunshine to be enjoyed here.
Dawlish Town Beach EX7 9PW
Within a short walk from the town centre, Dawlish Town Beach is ideal to escape the hustle and bustle of the town. The beach is sandy and is backed by stunning cliffs.
Dogs are welcome to the left of the viaduct, all the way towards Dawlish Warren apart from 100 metres before the large red rocky outcrop
Ness Cove Beach TQ14 0HP
The Ness beach is known to have been used by smugglers in the past. Although it’s origins are not not certain it remains a wonderful way to get down to the beach, with it’s dark entrance and windy path through the heart of the cliff ending with a wonderful view down onto the beach as you exit at the other end. Dogs allowed all year round
Salcombe North Sands Beach TQ8 8LD
Crouched between two headlands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the beach is rural in character yet conveniently close to the facilities of the town of Salcombe. The beach is totally submerged at high tide. Dogs welcome all year round.
Torcross Beach (Slapton Sands) TQ7 2EA
Please help us look after the Devon countryside and beaches
A polite reminder to our customers who bring their dogs on holiday. Whilst we welcome dogs at Moor View, we are a tranquil adult only park for dog owners and non-dog owners alike. All of our guests expect and deserve a peaceful holiday. Dogs that cause excessive noise, display aggressive behavior, and owners who neglect cleaning up after their pets may be reminded of their obligations to our other guests and to the park. It’s important to note that we ask guests not to leave their pets unattended on the pitch when they leave the park if there is any chance that the dog may become distressed or cause a problem for other guests. We do reserve the right to refuse customers or ask them leave the moor view should their behavior disrupt the tranquility of the park and /or prove a nuisance to other guests.