THE CAMPSITE AT TRILL

You will need to bring your tent, sleeping equipment and cooking equipment with you.  

Trill Farm is situated close to the Jurassic coast next to some of England's finest beaches and most loved villages and towns. Picnics, barbeques on the beach and dips in the sea are a way of life here and we invite you to take some time out and enjoy a proper stay in Devon. 

The campsite is at the top of a little hill, close to the disused railway line running through the farm, with views over the countryside. The campsite is a ten minute walk uphill from the farmyard.

No cars are allowed on the campsite, so your luggage will be transported up with a tractor & trailer. Please remember to pack efficiently, so we can chuck your bags in the trailer and go! Cars will be left in a separate parking area. 

There will be a communal tipi or bell tent with wood burner for cosy get togethers, and there are two open sided barns with eating space, benches and sinks for cooking and washing up. There are no electricity points at all at the campsite. Ice packs for your cool boxes can be re-frozen in the farm shop.

The rustic outdoor showers and sinks have solar heated water, pumped from our spring. The water ranges in temperature depending on the weather and how many people are using it – but it is always refreshing! Compost toilets complete the set up. 

We believe fires are a fundamental part of camping. There is a large central fire pit for evening get togethers and story telling. You are welcome to have your own individual fires and BBQs as long as they are kept off our valuable grazing grass!

The campsites are open from 12pm on day one of the camps, and close at 4pm on the final day.