Parks & Recreation In Devon

Are you new in Devon and curious about where to locate a good park and recreation spot in the neighbourhood? Seek South West will assist you!

Occasionally going out for fun games and activities with family and friends brings people together and improves their health and wellness. But getting a good standard park and recreation centre in your neighbourhood in  Devon with interesting and fun-filled indoor and outdoor games and activities may not be easy to find.

Top 6 Parks and Recreational Activities in Devon

A beautiful garden

  1. RHS Garden Rosemoor

For a tranquil and relaxing day out with the family, visit RHS Garden Rosemoor and explore the enchanting 65-acre garden of splendid beauty that retains the essence of rural North Devon. Stimulate your senses with scents, texture from the gardens, and enjoy a fun time with your kids. Highlights include, 2,000 rose plants, stream and rock gully, stone garden among others.

Address: RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington, EX38 8PH


Phone number: +448452658072

  1. Coleton Fishacre

Set against the backdrop of a 1920s country retreat, designed with luxuriant garden by the sea is the country home of the D’Oyly Carte family. The home is saturated with superior decorative art that lines its walls while joyful, light atmosphere fills the room. The gardens are a delight to look at with a patio area where you can take in view of the estate. Bring a picnic basket with you to have lunch in the tropical gardens.

Address: Coleton Fishacre, Brownstone Road, Kingswear, Dartmouth


Phone number: 441803842382

  1. Kents Cavern

The UK’s most important prehistoric cave used by Neanderthals and early humans, Guides lead you through the natural caverns to view incredible sights like mammoth remains, sabre-toothed cats, woolly rhino, and an ice age trail quest, among others. It’s 15 minute walk from the local beaches and South West Coast Path so add that to your itinerary for the day. Popular visitors include Beatrix Potter, Alfred Wallace, George V and Charles Darwin.

Address: 89/91Iisham Road, Cavern House Torquay, England.

Website: +441803215136

A family having a picnic at a park

  1. Dartmoor National Park

The Dartmoor National Park is a wild, enchanting nature park sprawled across 235,700 acres green land. Search for Neolithic tombs, medieval farmhouses and age stone remains over virgin moorland. There are many activities at the park such as a ride on the South Devon Railway, Buckfast butterfly farm, Dartmoor otter sanctuary, Pennywell Farm among many others.

Address: Dartmoor National Park Authority, Devon TQ139jQ


Phone number: +441626832093

  1. Greenway

Take an amazing glimpse into the holiday home of the much-loved Agatha Christie. Set in the 1950s, the house contains her prized family collections including Tunbridge ware, botanical china and archaeology. A visit outside reveals a large expanse of romantic woodland, rejuvenated vinery and rare plantings across the hillside.

Address: Greenway Road, Galmpton, Dartmouth


Phone number: +441803842382

An amazing view of a river

  1. Stover Country Park

Stover Country Park is a site of special scientific interest inhabited by a variety of wildlife across 114 acres of grassland, woodland and heathland. Highlights of the park include the Nature Interpretation Centre near the entrance of the park and interpretation boards, bird hide, picnic areas and a serene aerial walkway.

Address: Stover, Newton Abbot, TQ12 6QG, England


Phone number: +441626835236

SSW tips:

try to arrive early to KentsCavern, as there is limited parking. The best time to visit Dartmoor is in the spring when you can view the lambs gambolling and hedgerows filled with beautiful wildflowers.

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