Facilities for Dogs

Dog Friendly Holiday Park Devon

Forest Glade is a dog friendly holiday park. Dogs are very welcome on site and there is plenty of space to exercise your pet, either on or off the lead. Set in 26 acres of Devon countryside the park is surrounded by forest with walks direct from the park.

Dogs at Forest Glade

Forest Glade is perfect for a dog-friendly getaway in Devon.

We have access to 300 acres of forest surrounding the park, which provides plenty of space for exercise.

We do not have an enclosed field for your pets but the forest is a great exercise area for them to run around and explore with the rest of the family! There are no surfaced paths in the forest so please come prepared.

Please note there is a maximum of 2 dogs per unit (except by special arrangement).

We can provide details of local kennels and many of our local beaches are dog-friendly.

Details of bookable secure dog walking fields for your dog to exercise off the lead are further down the page.

Dogs at Forest Glade

Pet-friendly accommodation

Our Exe, Blackdown and Otter Caravans are pet-friendly so you can bring your family dog along to enjoy a holiday too!

For more information on our pet-friendly accommodation please visit Holiday Caravans and if you have any queries regarding pets at Forest Glade please do not hesitate to contact us.






dog friendly ice cream

Camping with dogs in Devon

Pets are welcome throughout the park on all our camping/touring pitches, so why not enjoy a camping holiday in Devon with your family pet.

We welcome up to 2 well-behaved dogs (more by arrangement) throughout the park so you can choose any pitch and bring your dog.


Top tips for Camping with Dogs

Here are our top tips for making sure that you, your dog and your fellow campers get the most out of your stay:

  • Towels for muddy paws are a must! It’s a good idea to have a seperate sleeping compartment for your dog if you can!
  • An obvious one but lots (and lots) of poo bags!
  • Bring your dog’s own bed from home to give your pup something familiar
  • A sturdy anchor to which you can tether your dog while cooking or eating makes mealtimes a lot less stressful (we sell these in the shop along with a tie out cable)
  • Make sure you dog is trained in basic obedience
  • Check your dog’s microchip is up to date
  • You might want to bring your dog’s vaccination information with you and don’t forget any medication needed

For more information read our Top Tips for Camping with Dogs blog.

What's available in the shop for your pet?

We stock tinned and dry dog food as well as dog treats and doggie ice cream.  We also have dog collars and leads, stakes and tie out cables, dog waste bags and dispensers.

Autumn holidays in Devon. Dog walking in the woods.

Dog Friendly Days Out

Make sure you get the most out of your holiday by going on lots of dog-friendly days out. There is plenty of choice in Devon.

See our top picks for dog-friendly days out below:

For more ideas on dog-friendly days out in Devon, visit www.lotstodo.co.uk/dog_friendly or check out Doggy Devon on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

Many of our local pubs welcome dogs – ask at Reception for details.


Accessible Towpath / Maria Thorne

Exercising your pet

Just along the road from us, on the way to Honiton, is Blackdown Hills Puppy and Dog Activity Park

Book a session and your dog(s) has 6.25 acres of land all to itself, and you have beautiful views out across the Exe Valley.

A little further away is Paws4Play Dog Park

Around 15 minutes drive and just off the Cullompton Honiton road you can book a 30 minute session for exclusive use for your pet(s).