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Why You Should Visit Dawlish Caravan Parks

Author : Darren Willsmith

On the southern coast of Devon in England, lies Dawlish. This small resort town boasts about several Dawlish Caravan Parks. They are the main destination for vacationers of Exeter and Torquay. The town is situated above deep-red, high cliffs, where it covers approximately 5000 acres of land. The population is approximately thirteen thousand.

'The Brook' or 'Dawlish Water' is a rivulet, which starts at Haldon moor and runs through the neighboring villages, passes through the center of the town and then out to sea. It gives the town character and plays an integral role in the geography of the town. The rivulet is natural, but was reconstructed during the early parts of the 19th century. This was done to reduce flooding possibilities and small weirs were introduced to give some control. It is bridged in several parts in order to provide crossing for vehicles and pedestrians. Many waterfowl have made this their home, including the spectacular Black Swan. Trout fishing is a hobby of many people that live in the area.

The town has a charming architecture and some buildings date back to Georgian and Victorian periods. Towards the outskirts, buildings from the seventeenth century can be found. Parks provide great relaxation in a beautiful environment for families. Here you will find shelter in the form of palm trees, chestnut trees and exotic plants, where the wild birds live.

Dawlish Warren is a stretch of sandy coastline which extends for three miles north towards the estuary of the River Exe, where you are bound to receive a warm welcome. It is safe to swim at these beaches. This is the home to spectacular beaches. The main industry in this area is still tourism during spring and summer seasons.

The eighteenth century saw the town as a small fishing village, with seas that supplied an abundance of shellfish, herring and mackerel. There were abundant orchards and production of cider.

A railway line connects to Exeter, Abbot and Newton. Most of this runs along the coastline. Several tunnels are constructed through cliffs. Some of these tunnels were not planned. Yet, this railway journey is one of the most spectacular in Britain.

Some of the camping sites are within walking distance of Blue Flag beaches. The Warren has received thus status for more than nine years running. Experienced lifeguards are on hand during the summer season, which makes for a fun and save day of sunshine. Some offer discount vouchers for local attractions and some have entertainment at hand. Entertainment includes top wining and dining. They cater to old and young alike and you will find everything you can think of in the line of relaxation and recreation.

Both Jane Austin and Charles Dickens featured the town in their novels. It has become the place favored by aristocracy. Many British films and Victorian dramas have used it as a location for filming in more recent years. Dawlish Caravan Parks are ideal for visitors who want to experience the beauty and splendor of this area.

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