Halse Farm Caravan & Camping Site

Situated in an unique position with spectacular views – a haven for those who enjoy the peace and quiet of the real countryside

The Farm

Learn about our working farm producing cattle and sheep

Places To Visit

Discover the peace and scenic beauty of Exmoor National Park with its unspoilt moorland and spectacular coastline

Welcome  to Halse Farm Campsite

Halse Farm Caravan and Camping site is our peaceful family-run park for touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans and tents in Exmoor National Park. We are adjacent to the moor on a working farm producing beef cattle and sheep. We are surrounded by beautiful scenery and an abundance of wildlife including the endangered Exmoor ponies which live wild on Winsford Hill, free roaming red deer, hares and soaring buzzards.

Halse Farm Caravan and Camping Site has a quality, clean, heated toilet block, with free hot showers.

2024 OPENING DATE: Friday 12th April

“A hidden Gem, fantastic spot and a great site”

Walkers’ Paradise

Exmoor is a paradise for walkers and nature lovers… walk out of our front gate onto Winsford Hill for miles of marked walks on moorland, in woodland or beside the rivers.

Exmoor was designated a Dark Sky Reserve in the autumn of 2011 and we have excellent viewing from the campsite or you may like to venture onto the moor with a telescope.


Call us on 01643 851 259 or email info@halsefarm.co.uk

Explore The Area

The village of Winsford is only a mile away. Known as the prettiest village on Exmoor, it is certainly worth exploring to find all of the six bridges. Winsford has:

The Royal Oak Inn – a thatched pub which serves bar meals and welcomes dogs.

The Village Shop – within the Royal Oak. Open 9. – 12.00 on weekdays and 8.30 – 10.30 on Saturdays. It provides a variety of essentials including newspapers. It also hosts a pop-up Post Office on Wednesday and Friday, 10.00 – 12.00.

Bridge Cottage Tearooms gives you the choice of indoor or outdoor eating with a veried locally sourced menu and delicious local ice-cream.

An attractive church which is open for visits and would welcome you for a service – times are displayed in our information room.

See the village website for more information.

Further afield Halse Farm Campsite makes a good base for visits to Dulverton, Dunster, the Doone Valley, the Coastal Footpath and coast towns such as Porlock Weir, Lynton and Lynmouth and 3 miles away are the famous Tarr Steps, an ancient clapper bridge over the river Barle (with a handy pub right beside the river).

Discover the abundance of wildlife including the endangered Exmoor Ponies which live wild on Winsford Hill

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