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Lukesland Gardens
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ivybridge
Lukesland is a hidden magical place with streams, bridges and waterfalls ....a feeling of unending secret places to enjoy the beauty of nature on the edge of ancient Dartmoor.
South West Coast Path National Trail
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ivybridge
It is owned and maintained by the National Trust and there is a small car park in the Village with a good sloping path down to the beach via the woods.
We have finally completed the last mile or so of our 5-year adventure, having previously missed the walk from the car park in Bigbury-on-Sea to the ferry as we had to take a taxi round the inlet being too late in...
The Two Moors Way
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ivybridge
It takes another three days to cross through central Devon and two days to complete the Exmoor National park portion to end up in Lynmouth on the Bristol channel.
Ivybridge is the starting point - Gateway to the Two Moors Way 105 miles to Linton.... Up and over Dartmoor National Park - need good map reading skills.
The Donkey Sanctuary
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ivybridge
Dartmoor Zoological Park Sparkwell, UK 5.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Sparkwell
... day out at the Zoo, animal's are fantastic and seemed very content, They have a fantastic selection of animals to see and so close up as well, especially the Tiger's it was brilliant,such a quiet park as well.
, the volunteers at the park were helpful and full of knowledge !! It took us around three hours to see and do everything at the park , defiantly worth a visit, from bunnys to lions, and a walk through section of...
Filham Park
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ivybridge
free car park at the entrance to the park, fishing lake (not sure how that works as I don't fish) I come here to walk my dogs, there are lots of places for them to run about and not get in other peoples way.
Saltram Gardens (National Trust) Plymouth, UK 8.5 km away
#6 of 41 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Spend a lovely family day out at Saltram Garden and park a great visiter centre and the park and garden have lovely walks easy to park the car and plenty for the children to do
The converted chapel used as a traditional tearooms is very nice and different in nature from the usual NT "family" style.
Plym Bridge Woods Plymouth, UK 9.7 km away
#3 of 41 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
... marked woodland paths, a gorgeous stream, little beaches, plenty of logs for sitting on, great for an adventure walk (as described by our 5 year old) - free car park and plenty of choice on which routes you take
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.
Plym Valley Cycle Trail Plymouth, UK 10.9 km away
#4 of 41 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...
Bigbury-on-Sea Beach Bigbury-on-Sea, UK 11.7 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bigbury-on-Sea
Great sandy beach (with a few rocks so there are a few small rock pools), a car park close to the beach, a nice cafe, a shop and a tractor for getting to Burgh Island at high tide.
... & tea stand on the beach, loos, surf school, paddle boat, wet suit & kayak hire, the Venus Beach cafe, a shop and car parking (main car park £8 per day or £3 in the field car park on the right as you drive in).
Challaborough Beach Bigbury-on-Sea, UK 9.9 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bigbury-on-Sea
Fantastic caravan park, lovely and clean, friendly staff, beautiful beaches, lovely swimming pool, great entertainment.
We took our dog and enjoyed some stunning cliff walks straight from the park and also if you walk to Bigbury you can walk cross to Burgh Island when it's low tide.
Wembury Beach Wembury, UK 12.2 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wembury
The car park makes it a great beach for launching kayaks, and is popular with surfers and paddle boarders when the conditions are right.
NT beach - sandy, but with an area of great rock pools, small stream goes down centre, cream tea place in old mill house well worth popping in to, toilet facilities, nature/geology activity room for all ages, fair...
South West Coast Path National Trail Plymouth, UK 13.3 km away
#5 of 41 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
Plymouth Sound Plymouth, UK 13.9 km away
#1 of 41 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...
Dartmeet Dartmeet 13.2 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.
Burgh Island Plymouth, UK 11.7 km away
#11 of 41 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!!!
Bantham Beach Bantham, UK 12.6 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bantham
This beach is amazing, lots of space for everyone, sun bathers, walkers, surfers and a large car park.
Totally loved this beach, on the lovely day we were there, it was so busy and lotts of families, friends and boats and everyone just enjoying themselves, 6 quid to park your car, thought this was a bit steep but i...
Burrator Reservoir Plymouth, UK 15.0 km away
#2 of 41 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
This is also a wonderful place to go see it is a resivoir with a sunken town underneath again wonderful walks bike rides and nature trails to see and do would recommend best time to go is in the summer months but...
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...
Mothecombe Beach Modbury 8.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Modbury
Beautiful beach, reasonably busy on nice days as there is a large car park - £4.50 per day.
There's a little cafe in the car park with toilets and refreshments reasonably priced.
South West Coast Path - Burgh Island Bigbury-on-Sea, UK 11.6 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bigbury-on-Sea
We actually walked this section of the SWCP a year or so back, but promised to return to complete the short walk from the car park opposite the island to the ferry as we had to take a taxi round the inlet having a...
Nice walk too, even a shop and toilets at the car park.
Buckfast Butterfly Farm and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary Buckfastleigh 15.6 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Buckfastleigh
The hatching area was very interesting, and over the course of our visit we saw one cocoon hatch and reveal a perfectly formed butterfly - nature is truly amazing sometimes.
The sanctuary is also well-located, with easy access to Darmoor National Park if you wanted to go for hike through the park afterwards (we spent the rest of the afternoon wandering round the Bovey Valley).
Thorn House & Garden Wembury, UK 11.1 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Wembury
Plymouth Snowsports Centre Plymouth, UK 11.7 km away
#17 of 41 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.
National Marine Aquarium Plymouth, UK 14.5 km away
#9 of 41 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.
West Hoe Park Plymouth, UK 16.0 km away
#7 of 41 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
A stones throw away you have the Traditional Kids Park with Swings & Roundabouts plus Climbing Frames and the Pirate Ship Area with Trampolines, Crazy Golf and plenty to keep the whole family active and alert.
... and lots of flat grass for playing ball games, riding bikes, flying kites ... there is a cafe on the park but it is a bit greasy spoon, in the street alongside is a fantastic cake and ice cream shop Deli in th...
Hope Cove Beach Hope Cove, UK 16.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Hope Cove
... .We had ice creams ,people watched and enjoyed the beautiful sights "lovely cove " The ferry bus parks on the beach which drives people to the ferry for a beach / wave transfer and back to Salcombe .. Fun !
There are actually two beaches at Hope Cove; one nearest the car park which is probably the best one for swimming and a larger beach with a pier and boats anchored.