South Zeal is located on the north edge of Dartmoor just off the A30 between Exeter and Launceston.
From the A30 follow signs for South Zeal. As you approach the village (from the Exeter direction) PLEASE DON’T TAKE THE FIRST SOUTH ZEAL SIGN but FOLLOW THE YELLOW AND BLACK FESTIVAL SIGNS.
If using a Sat Nav please use EX20 2JL which will take you to Ford Cross. From there you can follow signs to the car park and campsite.
By train / bus:
Due to the rural location of the village, public transport isn’t very good. The nearest train station is Exeter, (20 miles away). There are buses that run from Exeter to Okehampton (5 miles away) but most of them continue down the A30 to Okehampton. A few buses turn off and go via Sticklepath / South Zeal. There are taxis in Okehampton that could bring you from there to the festival.
Please don’t park on the roads in the village. South Zeal is a busy village and the roads need to be kept clear for emergency vehicles. The festival provides a car park field at the top of the village, opposite the campsite entrance. Parking is free and open all weekend. If you have elderly passengers you can drop them off at the site entrance and then park the car in the car park. Disabled parking is allowed on the main festival site, disabled badge holders only.