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Surf Bay Holiday Park

The perfect base for your holiday

Season: The 2024 season runs from 9th Feb 2024- 2nd Jan 2025.
Site Fees: Caravans From £3660
(Must be paid by 31st January)
Rates: Inclusive
Water: Inclusive
Gas: Bottled Gas to be paid for when required
Electric: On meter to be calculated and paid for at the end of the season
Insurance: Renewable 30 September each year

Surf Bay Holiday Park in Westward Ho! in North Devon is well maintained and cared for under the personal supervision of the owners and is located with its own access to the sandy ‘Golden Bay’ beach of Westward Ho!, with 600 acres of open countryside and common land known as Northam Burrows Country Park to the rear.

It is an ideal location in which to relax and enjoy the local surroundings or take part in your favourite activity. Discover and explore the vast expanse of sandy beach at low tide or simply stretch out with a good book and catch some sun. Surfing is also very popular on this beach.

Each holiday caravan has plenty of space surrounding it, with ample room for parking along side. Many of the caravans enjoy the luxury views of the 600 acres of Northam Burrows Country Park however some back onto the spacious open green at the centre of the park, where children have the exciting opportunity to play and make friends. Not only are there luxury caravans at Surf Bay Holiday Park in Westward Ho!, there are now a small selection of holiday apartments to let for families of up to six people. Our Westward Ho! holiday apartments are finished to the highest standards, some even have their own hot tubs, you can find out more by visiting

Should you need it, the park offers a Launderette facility.

Although the park is close to the village of Westward Ho! and the main shopping centres, arcades and family friendly bars, etc, it remains a quiet secluded area where you can shut off the outside world if you wish. For those of you that just can’t keep still, the beach is excellent for surfers or body boarders. Plus there’s also the Royal North Devon Golf Course on the Burrows, or the many family attractions in the area. Just a few ideas to wear the adventure seekers out.