pls forgive me but the 'hole station' sounds like some kind of dogging site !
but seriously, it would be my type of camping..almost wild camping...looks great place
Well one can wild camp there, but no foraging allowed on the site, fallen timber has to be left alone as it provides a habitat for all manner of creatures not seen in managed woods, but open fires are encouraged as each pitch has a fire pit (a wagon wheel rim) and a basha shelter already erected next to the fire with rustic benches. A fire making 'kit' is available to purchase at £6 consisting of a fire lighter and different sizes of timber all in a crate, which we found was enough for two nights, but next time I will be taking my billhook as we seemed to have more big logs than smaller logs. But if it is a wild camping basha shelter one wants to use for kipping in, by all means, as there is plenty of hangers for stringing ridge lines between, but beware, in the early morning deer make a visit, and tent flanks do get rustled.
But although this kind of camp site might not appeal to all, those without dependents and pets may find it a haven. As to late nights partying, none whilst we were there did much of that, not that we could hear much as one thing about a woodland campsite, is sound does not carry so well and besides talking with those there, most were using the site as a base for Dartmoor yomping which is kind of tiring, so after one had got bored of the novelty of staring into the fire and the wine had run out, night time is the time for sleeping to be up naturally early the next day to get a full day in before the weekend comes to a close and it is back to normality.
I believe they also hire out yurts as well.
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