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#1 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter
... for all family our children were 14, 12, 5 Wish all country parks had these attractions Well worth the visit, we stayed camping in haldon forest holiday park Was fantastic too Great amenities Great holiday .
In recent years, the development of Haldon Forest Park with Mountain Bike trails and so on has made it much more popular, attracting loads of visitors.
#2 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter
Beautiful gardens with the added bonus of an indoor play area and outdoor adventure play park for the little people... A very pleasant train ride through the gardens, beautiful walks and just an idyllic setting..
Lovely gardens, fab indoor and outdoor play areas, really interesting countryside museum and a lovely little train ride around the park.
#3 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter
This well kept and lovingly maintained Park, steeped in history, dating back to Roman times, in the heart of the City, features a number of artistic sculptures and memorials in honor of those brave young men and w...
Fabulous green, clean grounds, beautiful welcoming tress, peaceful statues...each time you need to reconnect to the balance of nature, do what I do: go there.
#5 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter
It was all very fascinating and we had a lovely afternoon even being offered some windfall apples on our exit from the car park.
#6 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter
Stone Lane is a five acre woodlands garden on the edge of Dartmoor national park near to Chagford in Devon.
#8 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter
Cowick Barton Playing Field Down Thomas 1.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Down Thomas
Aside from being a “huge” playing field, there is a free car park.
just flippin amazing what can i say nowhere quite like it innit also its right by a schul and theres like a park for ur kidz and if u want u can play tennis and sum toilets but sometimes theyre not open idk why.
River Exe Exmouth 10.5 km away
#6 of 13 Nature & Parks in Exmouth
Lovely views over to the west side of the Exe, Dartmoor, Powderham Castle, and the Nature Reserves.
We look forward to a walk along the river eve, we usually park at Darts farm and walk to Topsham or towards Exton and Ebford.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Christow
A beautiful park off the beaten track with superb waterfalls, streams, lakes, woodland walks, wild fowl, children's activity areas, and a lovely clean attractive cafe with reasonably priced menu.
Then you walk round to the secret garden and the Victorian Fern Garden which at the moment is undergoing restoration, although you do still walk through and then take a wooded pathway down back to the park itself.
Exmouth & Orcombe Point Walk Exmouth 13.8 km away
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Exmouth
As I've said in my review of South Beach Cafe, when the tide is out you can walk round Orcombe Point to Sandy Bay along the fantastically scenic beach with its red cliffs and rockpools, from the car park at the ea...
... you can see Dawlish, along the paths about half a mile is the Geoneedle the start of the Jurassic Coast, if you go about 2 miles along the top you come to Sandy Bay Holiday Park, which has a nice little beach.
Exmouth to Lympstone Walk Exmouth 13.8 km away
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Exmouth
It's great to see the stunning area, lovely wildlife and just being at one with nature.
The walk begins at the far end of the car park by the station, running to the left of the boat yard.
#12 of 12 Nature & Parks in Exeter