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#1 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Walk down to the boundary wall, which goes from the Barbican to West Hoe, watch the ships and ferries, dockyard and war ships, lots of places to park, you do have to pay, place for coffee and ice cream and local t...
... docks and on to the Cremyl Ferry where you can catch the ferry to Mount Edgcumbe and enjoy walks in the park there or a visit bro the house, only minutes away from the centre of Plymouth, but feeling like anot...
#2 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Walking or cycling, the road around the reservoir presents a great opportunity for gentle exercise and an opportunity to enjoy nature at is best!
Great walking with the dog, easy to get to free car park, might be lucky to see the ice cream van, we walk the dog every one we saw were very friendly, happy to talk when passing, dog loved running in and out the...
#3 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Free parking, (sometimes an ice cream van in the car park) A combination of gravelled tracks, open fields, woods and mud tracks, Dog and child friendly, good for cycling and walking.
Truly beautiful area to explore if you like the peace and quiet and nature, great place for children and to have a picnic.
#4 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Everyone seems to be friendly and considerate, and it's a joy to be in nature surrounded by glorious forests and rivers.
Walked this trail, starting off from the entrance of the Riverside Caravan park, took the riverbank path and headed north up the valley, there are many new growths and the flora and fauna is just beautiful in the...
#6 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
The converted chapel used as a traditional tearooms is very nice and different in nature from the usual NT "family" style.
I am a regular walker at salt rum park it is a great place to take your children and dogs for a walk .They have a great children's park their and a Small animals for the children to look at .They have a lovely res...
#7 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Small fare rides, lovely green area football or family picnics, crazy golf, trampolines, other games and large park in one area greets fun for small children 1-12 years just what you what on nice days great
great park and playground plus crazy golf and rides, including the little train ride for just 50p, a favourite with my family
Dartmeet Dartmeet 2.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Dartmeet
Easy, free parking plus loos and an ice cream shop as well as the cream tea and lunch restaurant at the far end of the car park.
Head up stream from the car park and you are soon in a glorious green world of moss covered trees and swift running peat-coloured water.
#8 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
With enclosed play parks and sensory area, fountain garden and beautiful memorial garden dotted within plenty of walkways and green areas it has something to offer every visitor.
Love the well equipped kids park, sea views, band stand, local events such as monthly market in summer, good cafe and now free tennis lessons and Stiltskin Performace art centre too.
#9 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
You can easily make a day of it with a trip to the Barbican and hoe or across to mount batten or Royal William or even walk round to west hoe park Do visit, it's a real gem and Plymouth is lucky to have it
The Aquarium is in the Barbican area of Plymouth beside a quay with easy access to paid car parks, restaurants, the city centre and various other sites.
#10 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
During the day, you can take a stroll along the water or in the nearby park (or do a day excursion to one of the many sights in the areas), and in the evenings, there is a wide selection of different restaurants f...
The Yard is both vibrant and full of life but also very peaceful; standing looking out over the water toward Cornwall, you can feel alone in the world & at one with nature.
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#11 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
You can park either just above the beach or in the cheaper carpark about a 10 minute walk from the beach.The cheaper carpark is £3 all day and is on the right hand side in a field as you go down the hill.If you on...
The best way to get to Burgh Island is to park your car and take the sea tractor!!!
Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park Torpoint, UK 3.7 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Torpoint
Lovely mostly flat walk close to the sea with great views over the bay; if you walk the coastal route there and chose the deer park route back you get a really nice contrast Note if you are wary of inclines the Wa...
Occasionally for a day out me and some friends catch the cremyll ferry across...lovely well kept gardens situated there with spectacular views and great variety of nature around to see.
#12 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Access from the car park or via steps from the Royal William Yard there is plenty of quiet space with benches, nooks, a little beach and grassed areas to sit on.
It also has plenty of places to sit and watch, enjoy nature around you and take a picnic and there is free parking too.
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#15 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Parking is very limited at the end of a very narrow country lane can be a bit of nightmare in the summer months, best to park at the Mothercombe side of the estuary where there is a car park and lovely little cafe...
Top tip: park on the other side at Mothecombe and walk across the estuary.
#16 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
What I will say as this beats the trampoline parks hands down for value and a few other party options too.
#17 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Lovely garden, an amazing makeover from what was a boring short cut through a very neglected small park/reservoir, dirty with down and outs/drug users using space regularly.
#18 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
This is a great park lots going on, children's park, pitch and putt, dog walkers, runners, walkers, cyclists, but you can still get away from the madding crowd.
Plenty of paths & open space, a great park for kids, pitch & putt, public swimming pool & fitness centre with cafe, great place to walk & exercise the dog
#19 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Radford Park is of great historical interest and also holds freshwater Radford Lake which joins under the castle with Hooe Lake, which is both tidal and sea water.
There are two lakes - one freshwater and situate in the park and the other is on the other side of a wall with a castle and is tidal and seawater, a great place to launch kayaks from to go out to the coast.
Cremyll to Kingsand Walk Torpoint, UK 4.3 km away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Torpoint
Take your time, stroll through Mount Edgcumbe country park, pass the duck pond and up the hill to the Folly, take the lower path, through the wooded area, there are a few steep steps and it is a good incline but y...
Walk from Cremyll through Mount Edgcumbe Country Park along Plymouth sound, through the woods which is the costal path to Kingsand.
#20 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
It is a little piece of Paradise but is equally accessible by using the summer number 54 bus or taking a car to the car park at the top of the beach, via Bovisand Lane.
There is a free car park above Fort Bovisand by a cafe and steps down to the beach but we travel through a lane and follow the stream.
#22 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
The park has been crying for a set of these for decades.
Even many people who have lived in the Mutley Hyde Park Peverell areas for years often don't know it's here.
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#24 of 39 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Used daily for dog walks, great park and great festival in summer!
The park had a fantastic view of plýmoith sound, so you can watch all the shopping movements.
Wembury Beach Wembury 7.0 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wembury
Wembury has all the right ingredients for a great family day out: terrific views, (enough) sandy beach, safe swimming, nice café (brilliant pasties), large car park (with extra parking at the church if full), and...
The car park makes it a great beach for launching kayaks, and is popular with surfers and paddle boarders when the conditions are right.
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