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River Dart Country Park, Ashburton

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4.4/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
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  • Visited here for work with a group of young men and women to do the high tree tops walk. For starts the communication beforehand, via email was excellent and no questions were too much trouble to be a...  read more »
  • My wife and I travelled 62 miles today with our excited young boys (5 and 7) to play at River Dart Country Park. We arrived to find that a VW festival was on and that we would have to pay £6 each (£24...  read more »
  • I was impressed with my pitch. I was impressed with play areas. There's soooooo much to do for all ages. My kids (2 and 3 yrs) loved it. We went with our dog, she loved it too! Lots of woodland walks,...  read more »
  • Stayed at River Dart over half term. Camping facilities are very good, toilets and showers very good and cleaned several times a day. Kids had a great time around the park. Would highly recommend and will be returning at some point.
  • Great place for the family. Great camping facilities. So many activities to choose from, from kayaking to the zip wire. You can jump in the water and try and tackle obstacles. All round great day. Definitley recommend
  • This is a really good park in a beautiful location. The park boasts various outdoor activities such as canoeing and climbing. The park is huge, set in the countryside. I believe that it is around 90 acres. There is plenty for children to do including adventure playgrounds, huge tunnel slides and zip wires. As well as offering day tickets, you are able to stay for a holiday. They offer pitches for tents as well as caravans and motor homes. Day tickets can be a little expensive. However, staying on site is more reasonable. Sadly, not all activities are included in the ticket price. Many of the best ones cost extra. The country park is not for people who are after a "Butlins" type holiday but if you have little adventurers in your family, this is worth a visit.
  • Great place to let off some steam no matter your age. Imagine it will be busy in the summer months
  • Lovely place with loads to do. We went as day visitors but came away thinking we'd give it a go for camping sometime. There are some activities that you need to pay (canoing, zip wire, high ropes, and zorbing for example) for but they're not expensive, the children loved them, and the instructors seemed very competent. There's loads that is included in the price, like low ropes, activity playgrounds, an assault course and lots of water activities. The grounds themselves are stunning. Good food and friendly staff as well
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