From Friday 21st July – 3rd September 2016 – Pitch up from £12 per person, per night!

60 seconds. That’s all it takes to reach the water from the Surfer’s Paradise campsite. You can literally roll out of bed, zip up the wetsuit, and hit the surf in minutes.

For the ultimate surfing getaway, book a break at Surfer’s Paradise in North Devon – open from Friday 21st July to Sunday 3rd September 2017. With prime position amongst the sand dunes, Surfer’s Paradise campsite is literally steps from Croyde Bay Beach, one of the UK’s premier surfing destinations.

As well as offering a fantastic surfing environment, Croyde Bay is a designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ in North Devon. Whether you’re walking along the nearby coastal paths, relaxing on the beach or exploring the quaint local towns – a holiday at Surfer’s Paradise is one to remember for all involved!

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As a guest at Surfer’s Paradise, you’ll also be able to enjoy full access to all of the facilities at neighbouring Ruda Holiday Park. With everything from tennis courts to a bar, restaurant, cafe and even a fish and chip shop, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do and places to eat. You’ll also find handy amenities camping doesn’t often come with including a laundrette, cash machine, convenience store and off-licence on the park.

Forgetful? You’re even covered when it comes to surfing essentials, too. Nearby Offshore Surf Shop has two handy locations (one on the beach and one next to Ruda Holiday Park’s reception) offering a wide range of surfing gear to hire or purchase so you don’t need to worry if you forget that all important wetsuit!

The clear waters and golden sands of Croyde Bay keep surfers from around the world coming back time and time again to stay at our campsite on Britain’s Gold Coast. Don’t miss out on this annual surfing fiasco!

Book your break

Simply call 0344 335 3677 or visit our website to book online, but hurry! With pitches only available throughout the summer holiday season we sell out fast. Come as a small group or up to a maximum party size of 10, it couldn’t be easier to enjoy summer with friends and family surfing in Croyde Bay.

We can’t wait to see you!

Top tips

Croyde works on all tides but is best at low tide when it can get extremely hollow. It works best when the winds are from the SE-NE and on a southerly swell. However it gets rippy at low tide so it’s best avoided by beginners who should head to Saunton for a more mellow surf during that time.

On its day Croyde is one of the best beach breaks in the UK, have fun!