Dartmoor National Park covers a total area of 368 sq mi (953 sq
km). It is famous for unique natural landscape as well as remains of
human presence. The oldest settlements here date back to the Bronze
Age. Although it is hard to find remains of the ancient presence
here, standing stones are clearly visible in the treeless landscape
of Dartmoor National Park. Several campsites are spread all over the
nature reserve. Back country camping is also allowed in the park,
but it carries certain restrictions.