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Camping All Out :: Surfer's Paradise is heaven for campers

Surfer’s Paradise is aptly named – it takes less than a minute to get from your tent to the water. Even quicker if you run! But you’ll need to be quick off the mark if you want to stay at this site, because it’s only open for six weeks during July and August.

Run by Parkdean Holidays, who also operate nearby Ruda Holiday Park, the site is directly behind the sand dunes in acres of unspoilt meadow – a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

It opens on 17 July and closes down for the year at the end of August so opportunities to take advantage of such a prime location are limited. Pitches for tents and campervans start at £11 per night, and facilities include surf hire, picnic tables, weather and tide updates, toilets and hot and cold showers. You also get to use the facilities at Ruda, including the bars and restaurants.

Croyde Bay beach is owned by Parkdean and has recently been awarded a Seaside Award, which is presented by Keep Britain Tidy and sets the standard for the best beaches across the UK. The aim is to ensure visitors are guaranteed to find a clean, safe, attractive and well-managed coastal stretch.

The bay is also renowned as one of the best surfing beaches in the UK and features one of the UK's leading surf schools. Surf South West has been teaching in North Devon for 16 years and was first surf school to be named a Centre of Excellence by the British Surfing Association. Intermediate and more advanced coaching is also available.

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