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Stover Country Park and Nature Reserve

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Excellent country park

Very large car park parking ticket required £3 all day or £1.50 for two hours. Great walk around... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Z4391TLedwardw
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Kingskerswell
Very popular area with extensive walks

Easy access with large car parking area, Ponds have water fowl, ducks, swans and squirrels can... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
janebrim
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Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very large car park parking ticket required £3 all day or £1.50 for two hours. Great walk around the lake plenty of wildlife to see .great walk with a dog that must be kept on a lead .walks well signposted. Easy walking. Information boards fixed...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Easy access with large car parking area, Ponds have water fowl, ducks, swans and squirrels can often be seen running along the paths in front of you. Prams and mobility scooters are able to access this and there are large picnic areas dotted around

Thank janebrim
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

M family have been regular visitors to Stover for many years, including grand Children and great grandchildren. It is always a peaceful walk, with seats dotted around, and plenty of wildfowl Afloat. Level walk around about a mile, and level, Would recommend a visit at...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Plenty to see and do from loads of walks to bird watching, feeding the ducks poetry trail and lots of seats near the water and flowing rivers. Well worth a visit. Car park (chargeable ) and cafe.

Thank rogerweatherley
Reviewed 16 July 2018

A really lovely park to walk the dog. Well marked routes and very nice and clean. We will be back! Very easy to find and easy parking. Maybe could do with a refreshments place?

Thank LucindaSue
Reviewed 13 July 2018

This place is a hidden gem, my nan use to take me here every Saturday morning with our dog that was when I was 4, I took my 2 and now I am taking my 2year old grandson there and he loves it its grown...More

Thank clairelouisenort2017
Reviewed 11 July 2018

just the best place walks most days new finds each day you can,t beat it just go and find out for your self

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Reviewed 10 July 2018

Whether you are looking for a short walk or something a little more challenging, you will find it here. Well looked after with plenty for the children to see and do. Dogs must be kept on the lead but that is understandable with the amount...More

Thank Anne E
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Took missy for a wonderful stroll around the lake beautiful scenery amazing wildlife there picnic benches should you wish to eat a bird watching hut overlooking the lake and easy parking

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Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

A lovely quiet place for a stroll, extremely peaceful, clean and child friendly. No access issues and a lovely place to be.

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tabatha17
6 August 2017|
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Response from StoverRangers | Property representative |
Sorry, there is no formal play area. There are various things to do like feeding the ducks, walking along the aerial walkway, watching wildlife from the bird hide and playing woods.
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Julie R
13 May 2017|
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Response from StoverRangers | Property representative |
Morning - The Tramper here is part of a scheme run by Countryside Mobility South West, which has a great website listing all countryside sites with trampers. To join the scheme costs £10 annually which covers training and... More
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Cliff1982
19 December 2016|
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Response from Sandie A | Reviewed this property |
Best to ask at the information office first. A couple of days ago there were notices up requesting that people did NOT take any ivy or holly - but given it was Christmas they could have been in danger of being denuded!
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