Stover Caravan Club Site

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Bliss!

This site is a gem. It has a great dog walk but, even better, is Stover Country Park right next door. Trago Mills is nearby with various eateries, a small Co-op for everyday needs, an outdoor/camping shop, as well as all the goods for sale within Trago. The wildlife around Trago is wonderful - peafowl mostly. I was disappointed to see an earlier negative review criticising the lack of shops and the lack of facilities. Surely we all realise this is a non-facility site when we book? We will return.
Motorhomer from Cornwall

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Lovely site

Just spent a week on this lovely site June 2015. The wardens were so friendly and helpful and they keep the site immaculate. The absence of a toilet block made it even better.Plenty of wildlife to watch. The site is so easy to get to, no narrow lanes to negotiate and is central for days out all along the Devon coast. The only down side is the traffic noise mostly motorbikes and cars with noisy exhausts pulling away from the island and speeding down the adjoining lane. Other than that a truly enjoyable stay, one to recommend.

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Stover site

Just had six nights at this lovely relaxing site. not a lot for children to do .   more suited to older couples .no toilet block but not a problem . Don't try the chip van unless you like frozen fish and chips most disappointing 

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short break

just arrived home from a short break at this great site,loads of wildlife as we always put up a bird feeder,we had a squirrel visit every morning and evening,and five ducks,only complaint is the noise from the road as we were closer to the road on this visit,motor bikes seem to think the road is brandshatch racecourse,so if visiting be as far away from the road as possible,feel sorry for the caravaner who left the site before us this morning as they lost a vent off there caravan in the road,i tried to save it but road was too busy and it was smashed to pieces,will stay again as love the area.

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Stover March 2015

As club members for more than 20 years we have visited very many club sites. We have been "regulars" at Stover for a number of years since finding this gem of a site. Easy to get to, close to town and country, even Sidmouth is only 40 minutes away by an excellent road network. Loads to see and do, just check out the places to eat in the file kept in the information office. Stover Golf Club is opposite and well worth a visit for snacks or a Sunday Roast. Please dont tell anyone else. We want to be able to get in again this year!

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Easter at Stover

We have just returned from 9 nights at Stover Club Site. The access via the A38 is exceptional. The location for people visiting the Torbay area of Devon superb. The Wardens are very nice people and take pride in their well managed and manicured site. The site was spotlessly clean. Whilst the site does not have a toilet block that is not a disadvantage to caravanner's with full facilities in their vans. We shall most definitely return. 
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Easter break

The access to this site is fantastic straight off the A38 and then the site is on the left great if you are worried about towing down small roads . We arrived Friday lunch to a lovely welcome from the site manager who gave lots of tips and advice on which were the best pitches to choose . We were a little dubious of the no toilet/ shower block but Infact it was fine and just our on board facilities . The park is situated next to Stover country park and has lots of walks in the park and off great for walkers and great if you have a dog also not far from Dartmoor and Newton Abbot the site was very clean and tidy a credit to the managers . A fish &  chip van visits on a Friday evening highly recommended. The road is quite busy but we did not notice any really bad road noise  ,Trago mills is across the road and also a co op supermarket .i would say this site is more suited to couples or couples with young children as there is no play area but on the other hand Stover country park would keep everyone happy   We will definetly visit again soon 
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Spring tour of Devon and Cornwall

This is our 4th or 5th visit on route to Cornwall, ideal location just of the A38, good for walking in Stover Country Park and Heritage walk, clean tidy site. Will be back

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