Stover site is really easy to find, just off A38. It is located on the edge of a country park with lots of footpaths and a lake. We found a pitch near the centre of the site which was lovely and sunny, but others could be quite shady. There is a co-op within a mile, and we cycled, although the road was quite busy. We found a national cycle route which is accessed through the country park (you just have to wheel the bikes until you reach the tarmac path) and it is easy to access Newton Abbot or Bovey Tracey. The route follows an old canal so is fairly level when you get to it, although it is a good downhill to get to it (and therefore an uphill on the way back). It was well kept and clean, but no toilet block, which we knew beforehand and weren’t looking for anyway. The only thing we found was that the A38 could always be heard in the background - probably not a problem if you live in a town, but we’re not used to it so found it quite noisy. The country park is quite peaceful and it is worth following the signs to the Canadian war memorial (especially as the sun is going down).