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Old 03-08-2010, 12:19 PM   #1
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Default Woodlands Park Devon?

Anyone ever stayed here? http://www.woodlands-caravanpark.com/family-holidays/

If so would you recomend it ? I need to find a campsite that can entertain a 11 year and 16 year old ? Are there any nice beaches near by?
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Let me Google that for you..

http://www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk/site/beaches
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The 11 year olds will be entertained by Woodlands - the 16 year olds might be. Close to Dartmouth and hence the Ferry across to Torbay so plenty going on there to keep them amused.
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Keeping a 16 year-old amused (of either gender) on holiday is tough - just back from two weeks of it ....
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Cheers guys Just rang and they only have 5 nights available going monday to sat ..156 thats for family of 4 motorhome.. electric..awning.. and a 4 day pass into theme park =bargain

Ill let you know how it goes
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my 2 boys 12 and 15 love it, but we have never stayed overnight.
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We took my daughter there 2 weeks ago for her 2nd birthday, its a pretty cool place to be honest although she was just slightly too short for most of the rides but the farm is great. My 12 and 14 year old nephews came as well and they loved it.

As for beaches you're close to Bantham/Bigbury and they have the advantage of car parks close to the beach. There's also a really nice beach cafe and you can walk over to Burgh Island.
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Im shocked how cheap it is as its 48 a day family of 4 for theme park.. If you camp you get a daily pass into the park free Also free access wildlife/falconry centre

Just looked at that blackpool beach near by .. it looks beautiful

We are gonna wild camp at Exmouth beach on the way and Tiegnmouth beach on way home too
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i'de definitely recommend woodlands... im 17 and still wouldn't turn down a trip to woodlands The beaches in torbay are nice but they get hellish busy in the summer... i'de definitely recommend taking a trip to Blackpool beach
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