Regular visitors to our campsites small lake are our family of wild Mallards. The males are unmistakable with their distinctive dark green heads, yellow bill and a kind of purple-brown on their breast. The females are mainly brown with an orange to black bill. We've been told that Mallards in the UK can be resident or one of the many migrant birds that breed in Iceland and northern Europe spend their winter here in North Devon.

If you do come across them nesting around the lake, we do ask that you leave them undisturbed.


You would find it hard to find a better site

Just spent a week at this campsite and I have to say its the best site we have ever stayed at, the staff are very helpful and nothing is too much trouble the toilet and shower blocks are first class. I did find myself trying to find fault with the site but could find a thing wrong, I thought I found one small fault as I went to the toilet block and there was no soap in the dispenser... I thought aha got ya... Only to find a guy standing behind me waiting to fill it up. I will be going back to this site for sure, I can't recommend it enough.

Ian O

We came the 1st week of the school holiday's 2006. This was our 1st year staying at a new camp site. We have been to coming to Woolacombe for nearly 25 years as children and now as parents. The camp site was excellent, very clean with fantastic amenities. The weather was hot and we are hoping to have the same weather this summer please!!!!!!!

Tracey Attwood