Welcome to Kennford International Holiday Park - Open All Year for touring.

Ian, Lisa and all our staff would like to welcome you to our family owned and run Park.

Please pre-book online or call we cannot guarantee availability due to the limited pitches we now have.

We and all our staff are on hand to help you have a happy holiday.

We have just been awarded a 5 star rating from the AA campsite guide.  We thank all our staff for their hard work in helping us achieve this standard.


We now have finance available on all Static holiday Homes. See our Static Holiday  page or click on the link to the left.

We support devon freewheelers.

Devon Freewheelers are a charity which transports essential blood as well as delivering samples, medication and donor breast milk. They deal with an average of 16 calls a day throughout Devon and all the work is carried out entirely by volunteers. Based in Honiton, the charity receives no funding or government support. Ian Hopkins, owner of Kennford International Holiday Park, and his wife Lisa have also generously purchased a new specialised bike and provide secure storage space for the bike. Ian is a trustee of the charity and a volunteer rider.  Lisa also does volunteer work by delivering and collecting the charity pots from local businesses and has joined the team of call handlers providing a vital link ensuring the riders arrive on time.

If you want more information about Devon Freewheelers or wish to make a donation then please click this link to take you to their website 

Ian first found out about Devon Freewheelers at a motorbike event in Paignton which the charity attended. Ian & Lisa are also planning to organise a fundraising event for the charity this summer,

The old office building on the park which was converted into a garage to store the Freewheelers bike was supported by RGB Building Supplies in Exeter who donated a new garage door. To keep Devon Freewheelers service running it currently costs £150,000 per year. The money is raised entirely through fundraising because it receives no financial support. The charity is appealing for support by asking businesses to sign up for a collection pot, and appealing to people to make a regular donation by signing up to its £2 a month direct debit campaign.