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Whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there’s something for you at Haldon Forest Park. 3,500 acres of woodland just fifteen minutes from Exeter.We have a network of walking and cycling trails that suit...more
Hours Today: 08:30 - 17:00
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Follow signs from the A38 and A380, Exeter, England
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We parked in the carpark, crossed the main road and followed the path until we got to the view point. The views are amazing, you can see the whole of Exeter and the exe estuary. The walk is only 10 minutes, its flat and its...More
We went on spec, with our 7 year old son on a very cold January, Saturday afternoon. Yes, parking is very poorly managed. Yes, people park on the road when there’s loads of space inside, just to save on paying. Try to get in the...More
People parking along the top road before the entrance turning to avoid parking costs . Cars bumper to bumper making the road impassable for vehicles trying to get in and out. Resulting in sliding puzzle of vehicles. Terrible something needs to be done to stop...More
Visited with a two year old who was excited to do the “highway rat” trail. We arrived mid morning but the car park was already rammed so we had to park outside on the road, so be prepared to go early! From what I understand...More
I have used haldon for years mountain biking, and love spending time up there.
However if you haven’t been before and basing the expectation on the photos they use on there website, then please be aware they are photographed at different riding parks! I feel...More
Date of experience: December 2018
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Jonathan W, Front Office Manager at Haldon Forest Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Hello, thank you for your review.
I investigated your comments about the photographs on our website not accurately reflecting Haldon Forest Park and can explain why this was the case. We have very recently launched our new website and it was initially populated with 'stock'...More
Shocked at how much the parking was. I appreciate they need the money to maintain the place but it was just too much. Really didn't think there was much there either apart from walks. Freezing cold this time of year too so make sure you...More
This is a natural forest area on the outskirts of Exeter, with dedicated trails for walkers and cyclists alike, the latter especially for young children on their bikes. At certain points, there are magnificent views across the beautiful Devon countryside and the whole experience provides...More