64) Haldon Forest Park, Near Exeter. 

Haldon Forest Park, Kings Road, Exeter, EX6 7XR.

Route: This route takes in around 2:36 miles of the forest park. On tarmac, gravel and well established forest paths. There are lots of paths further to explore depending on the capability of you equipment or confidence in using the Trampers that are available on site.

Terrain: This is quite a hilly site bit free of stiles and gates. A lot is on shared use paths. 

Facilities on site:

Excellent parking and cafe. The site is operated by Forestry England.

Free for members of Forestry England or you can visit and pay a car parking fee, £4 for 3 hours inc Blue Badge users. Ample disabled parking. Excellent disabled toilets etc.

Dogs are permitted as long as you are a responsible dog owner.

 

Countryside Mobility Scheme, this site also have Trampers available - managed and part of the South West Countryside Mobility Scheme. People can join and then use a Tramper at many locations operated by Forestry England and more. Membership is a mere £10 per year and then minimal cost for hire of the Tramper at one of the sites. Brilliant scheme ...

https://www.countrysidemobility.org

https://www.forestryengland.uk/haldon-forest-park

So even if you don't have your own mobility equipment or would rather dirty someone else's then this is a great scheme aimed at helping people explore the wildest locations.

On site there are also Segway Tours, Go-Ape and many other activities for the more mobile person.

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