Galmpton Touring Park
Nr. Brixham, South Devon
…explore the beautiful
South Hams or simply
sit back, relax and enjoy...
Welcome to Galmpton Touring Park
Galmpton Touring Park is set in the most beautiful and spectacular part
large beautiful area to explore. It also caters
of South Devon, with views over the broadest reaches of the River Dart,
for those wishing to explore the many tourist
occupying a delightful rural position in a quiet and private location.
wonders of the area and provides the perfect
The park caters for 120 touring caravans, tents and motorhomes and also
offers an expanding range of holiday lets.
Central to Totnes, Dartmouth, Brixham, Paignton and Torquay, the Park
provides beautiful areas for tents, touring caravans and motorhomes alike,
with a choice of electric, non-electric, grass or hard standing pitches. For
an even more luxurious stay, why not upgrade to a serviced pitch, which
includes electric hook-up, water connection and grey waste.
base to experience more unusual modes of
local transport such as the steam train and
ferry boats just down the road.
Galmpton offers a quiet, convenient base
from which families and couples alike can
visit Torbay’s many attractions, explore the
beautiful South Hams or just sit back, relax and enjoy the outstanding view
with a barbecue and a nice glass of local Sharpham wine!
We have many terraced hard standing pitches to provide a good base for
Situated on the edge of Galmpton village, the park is only a short walk
you should we encounter the typically British Summer with good onsite
from the local shops which include a well stocked Post Office / general
roads, giving easy access to your pitch.
store, an excellent butcher and a country pub with fine ales, or take a five
We are a quiet family and couples park where customers come to take
minute ferry trip from Greenway Quay, just down the road, for great home
advantage of the stunning views and beautiful surrounding countryside.
Galmpton Touring Park is a walkers, cyclists and boaters paradise with a
made food, local wines and ales at the Ferry Boat Inn.
We look forward to welcoming you to Galmpton Touring Park soon!
Take advantage of the
stunning views and beautiful
Having south and westerly
aspects, we benefit from the
sun throughout the day and our 10
acres or so of gently sloping Devonshire
countryside enjoy spectacular views of the
River Dart and surrounding countryside.
Our site facilities include a large shower & toilet block,
a pot wash and laundry room.
For the small children we have a wonderful play area to keep
them occupied as well as having outdoor table tennis.
For those who want to get about, local buses, steam trains and
ferries are all a short walk from the Park.
…many beautiful walks and
scenery to enjoy...
Our Office & small Park Shop are open every day for all queries, information
and bookings. The shop sells various essentials and we have a dedicated
information area packed full of local tourist attraction information, places to
visit, of which there are plenty and bus and ferry boat timetables. We are also
more than happy to tell you of a few of our favourite places to visit, just come
• Grass & hard-standing pitches with/without 10a electric hook-ups
• Serviced pitches with electric hook-up, water connection & grey waste
• Large gents & ladies shower & toilet block with background heating,
hairdryers & individual cubicles
• Laundry room with commercial washing machines, tumble dryer, ironing
board & iron
• Indoor pot wash area
*Please call for details or see our website
• Disabled bathroom
• Children’s bathroom with child bath
• Baby changing, sanitation & nappy bins
• 5 fresh water & grey waste points
• 3 CDU points
• 1 motorhome drop point
• Bin & BBQ waste areas & recycling area
• Dog litter bins & dog walking enclosure
• Children’s play area
• Open grass area for recreational use
• Our own ice pack freezing service
• Field car park for additional cars & boats
• Caravan storage*
Surrounded by amazing
coastline and stunning
The English Riviera has so
much more to offer than just
award winning Blue Flag beaches and
palm trees, with a programme of events,
festivals and other attractions that simply go on
all year round - there truly is something for everyone.
Visit the animals at Paignton Zoo, ride on a vintage bus to
Greenway House, take a pony and trap to Old Cockington, a
boat trip around the bay, spend a day Letter Boxing on Dartmoor,
or just sit by the water in one of the many waterside villages close by
that provide excellent areas for crabbing, whilst you enjoy a coffee.
Leave the car behind and a short walk will take you to Churston Station, from
where you can enjoy a full day out on the “Round Robin”, including a steam
train that meanders along the wooded Dart Valley to Kingswear.
English Riviera needs no introduction...
Board a ferry to Dartmouth and discover the delights of this riverside town,
overlooked by the majestic Britannia Royal Naval College.
Then relax as you cruise up the river to historic Totnes, viewing en route
the riverside villages of Dittisham, Stoke Gabriel and of course Galmpton
Touring Park, the only camping and caravan park with views over the
tidal River Dart. Greenway Ferries offer a range of wonderful river trips to
Dartmouth, Totnes or Dittisham, all departing from just down the road at
At Galmpton Touring Park, we are also really lucky to be surrounded by
a fantastic network of walks to give you a first hand taste of the beautiful
countryside around us.
Enjoy a circular walk from the Park through fields & woods with spectacular
views over the River Dart & across Torbay. Along the route you can break
your journey by visiting Greenway Gardens, only about a mile from here.
This beautiful woodland garden beside the Dart surrounds Greenway
House, former home of Agatha Christie and now a National Trust
property. Indulge in a Devon Cream Tea before walking back, or
continue over the river by ferry to the village of Dittisham for a great
lunch at either The Ferry Boat Inn or fish speciality café The Anchor
Stone, or head down river to Dartmouth. For the more energetic
there are miles of local footpaths to explore.
We are always on hand to offer the benefit of local
knowledge to enable you to get the best out of your stay at
Galmpton and we have an extensive range of information
on local places of interest for you to browse through.
Walking or cycling in the great outdoors, action and adventure at one
of the many attractions, or relaxation away from the hustle and bustle, the
choice is yours!
Galmpton Touring Park is situated between Paignton and Brixham.
From M5 Exeter:
Inn on the Quay
Follow M5 from Exeter, when the road splits take the A380 Torquay/
Paignton road. At Penn Inn roundabout, Newton Abbot, follow the signs
for Torquay/Paignton, at the roundabout take the second exit onto
Hamelin Way (A380 Ring Road). Continue straight for a
miles following signs for Brixham/Dartmouth. At the Toll Pike Cottage
traffic lights turn right towards Brixham/Dartmouth (ignore Galmpton
sign at the traffic lights) proceed past the common taking the next right
onto Manor Vale Road, and follow the brown signs to Galmpton Park.
Continue through the village, past the school and the Park entrance can
be found on the right at the brow of the hill. We recommend you avoid
travelling through the village at the end of the school day, as traffic is
busy at this time. Please do NOT follow your Sat Nav as it directs down
country lanes. At busy periods we advise cars to travel down the A38
and through Totnes.
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How to find us…
Churston Golf Course
To NEWTON ABBOT
The Manor Inn
Late Spar Shop
Park ‘n’ Ride
7 DAYS A NLINE
To Greenway Ferries
to Dartmouth, Totnes
Tearooms & Gardens
Nr. Brixham, South Devon
01803 842 066
Touring Caravans | Tents | Motorhomes | Holiday Lets
Galmpton Touring Park, Greenway Road, Galmpton, Nr Brixham, Devon, TQ5 0EP.
Tel: 01803 842 066 Email: [email protected] Web: www.galmptontouringpark.co.uk