Boringdon Camp is an Iron Age and Roman earthwork in Cann Woods, near Plympton, Plymouth, Devon situated on a commanding hilltop at 140 Metres above Sea Level, with views down the Plym Valley of Plymouth Sound. It is a Scheduled Monument.
It has been recently closed to the public by South Hams District Council due to erosion.
- R.R. Sellman, Aspects of Devon History, Devon Books, 1985 - ISBN 0-86114-756-1 - Chapter 2 "The Iron Age in Devon". Map Page 11 of Iron Age hill forts in Devon includes Boringdon.
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