Things to do in Devon in the rain
14 February 2019
Come rain or shine Cofton really is the ultimate destination. On the rainiest days you can still enjoy our range of great attractions and activities all here for you to enjoy on-site.
Here at Cofton
Refresh in the indoor pool
If you fancy a swim, you can take a splash in the heated indoor pool, it’s open all year round to Cofton residents and day visitors for only a small fee.
Endless fun in the amusements
We also have a superb amusements arcade that will keep the children happy for many hours. Here you’ll find a large selection of modern video games, prize games and fruit machines.
We have some of the latest video game titles such as Star Wars, Buzzy Bee 2 and Bullion Bars £5 Jackpot. The winners of our prize games will not be disappointed either as they can win cuddly characters from popular children’s films.
10 Pin bowlingo
If you’re all feeling a little competitive, then adults and children alike can enjoy a game of 10 pin bowlingo, take each other on at air hockey or play a few rounds of American pool.
Fantastic local produce
For hungry parents and grandparents, why not enjoy some refreshments in our café? We offer a selection of good food and drink that you can enjoy whatever the weather!
Out and about…
If however you do get itchy feet, there are many indoor attractions in the nearby area, all within reach of a short car ride. So whether you decide to stay close or travel a little further there is no better destination than Cofton.
Crealy Theme Park
If you feel the need to explore and take a day out. A short drive away is Crealy Family Theme Park, a real haven for the kids when the bad weather rolls into view. Featuring over 60 rides and a variety of animals, many of which are under shelter, the park offers great family fun away from the wind and rain! For more information on tickets, attractions and opening times, go to www.crealy.co.uk/devon.
The House of Marbles
The House of Marbles is a place where children can enjoy playing with a selection of classic toys and games. They can also (as the name suggests) play with marbles! You can visit their museum and working glassworks where you can see toys and crafts of yesteryear. If you’re hungry after all that, then you can sample some tea and cake at the café and restaurant.
Quay Climbing Centre
If you are looking for more Adrenalin fuelled activity you can take a trip to Exeter where they can enjoy a day at the Quay Climbing Centre. Ideal for all family members over the age of 7, you can tackle the purpose made indoor climbing walls. All the equipment is provided and the centre has instructors on hand to ensure you undertake your first climb safely.
So there you have it, even if the heavens open and the rain hammers down all day, it won’t ruin your holiday. Both at Cofton and the surrounding area, you’ll find a wealth of indoor attractions that will keep your family amused all day long!
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Some of your kind words...
We have had a wonderful experience, the site is very clean, ALL the staff were friendly and helpful especially the bar supervisor, entertainment was second to none, we'll 100% return...
The Warren Family
I just want to say how impressed my fellow Motorhomers and Caravaners were with the welcome and service we received during our stay. Staff in the office were polite and helpful at all times. Scott the restaurant manager was most accommodating when I enquired about reserving space for 25 to 30 of us for lunch after a walk. The service in the restaurant was speedy the food hot and varied. We were very pleased with the standards. Staff in the restaurant were cheerful and polite and helped make our meal most enjoyable. We had such a good time that we will be returning again next year for our Xmas Rally.
The best holiday park we've been to in our motorhome. Our children aged 2 and 4 loved it. Great facilities, entertainment and activities in one of the best parts of Devon!
Delicious fish and chips, friendly and helpful staff and delightful woodland.
Suze - Cornwall
Good location and dog walking, we'll be back and it can't come quick enough.
David - Portsmouth.
Loved the Zumba class! Can't wait to come back!
Elise - Exeter.
A* facilities, always very clean. The pool and food offer great value for money!
Stayed in Honeysuckle Cottage, stunning views over the Exe Estuary.. fantastic place for a family holiday
Ian - Australia.
My little girls aged 2,3 and 5 loved the entertainment.. all they can remember is fun, fun and more fun!
Anonymous - Cheshire.
Quiet and relaxing in a stunning location.. Can't wait to return
Ethan R, Burnham-on-Sea
We usually camp 3 times a year and hire a caravan after the Christmas break at Cofton, and will continue to do so. We thoroughly recommend staying there. Great for families or just the 2 of you.
Jilly B, Cheltenham
Go for swimming and food at this fabulous holiday camp... facilities A-star so clean and just great value for money would defo use over and over again which I do.... I'm a regular visitor. Dip and dine always good option as the food and snacks are fantastic in the bar cafe area near swimming pool!
Excellent toilet block and lovely hot showers. The on site pub was spot on with really friendly staff..
Joan L, Bromsgrove
The superbly equipped Woodside Cottage was beautifully clean with a fantastic Hot Tub. Waking up to horses and cows in the rear field.. stunning!
So friendly and clean, it’s a home from home and we couldn’t go a year with a visit!
Bernice Procter, Swindon
I always pay a visit to Amelia's Pantry, you can just Relax, Indulge and Enjoy!
‘Wonderful facilities, especially the swimming pools! In a lovely setting, for us it is simply the best campsite we have found.’
Margaret Hayes, Leeds
We have been coming to Cofton since 2009 and have stayed at least 12 times. We love everything about Cofton: the location and scenery in and around the park, the quality and cleanliness of accommodation, the friendly welcoming atmosphere; Everything about Cofton is great!
Ethan Robinson, Somerset
‘Dog walks, cycling, lovely country pubs… It suits our every need’
Kay Hancock, Bristol