Halse Farm Caravan and Camping Site is a peaceful and family run camping and caravanning park that is just outside the village of Winsford in the Exmoor National Park. Our campsite is in a unique position and has breath taking views of the surrounding countryside. We welcome dogs on site so please do bring your furry friend with you so that they can enjoy the moorland, woodland and riverside walks with you.
We are in a unique position with spectacular views- a haven for those who enjoy the peace and quiet of the real countryside. We are ideally situated for moorland, woodland and riverside walks and for spotting an abundance of wildlife and birdlife. We hire out maps with six suggested walks of varying lengths starting and finishing at the campsite. We donate half of the money to the National Park for their environmental projects. From your caravan or tent you may see the wild Exmoor ponies, red and roe deer, buzzards and red kites as well as hares and hedgehogs.
Children are welcome. We have a play area and nappy changing facilities. During lambing and calving time (end of March, beginning of April) we can show you lambs and calves under supervision. Shearing happens around the end of May and may be of interest to children. Our cows and sheep are all out of doors after lambing and can be seen in the fields adjoining the campsite (it is not advisable to enter the fields with the animals, especially cows with calves and our bull runs with the cows).
It is only a mile from our camping and caravanning park into the centre of Winsford, here you will find a local shop that has a marvellous range of local produce, a beautiful thatched Inn that has a bar and a restaurant and much more. Winsford is often referred to as the prettiest village on Exmoor and it is certainly worth exploring to find all of the six bridges.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: Please see website.
Groups allowed by arrangement - please enquire for details.
We have been awarded a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for many years helped by an amazing diversity of bird life and you may well be visited by hedgehogs during your stay which enjoy clearing up food scraps.
Dogs are welcome provided they are kept under strict control, do not foul the park and are not left unattended. There are acres of moorland outside our front gate for exercising and toileting dogs. We do ask that if your dog does foul the campsite you clear up after it and dispose of the bags. Please do not leave bags on the site or on the moor.