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Becky Falls Woodland Park

Newton Abbot

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High on Dartmoor, 750 feet above the sea lies a tranquil hidden valley enjoyed by visitors since Victorian times. Becky Falls Woodland Park with its huge oak canopy, rugged landscape, massive granite boulders and waterfalls provides some of the most scenic and enjoyable walks in the south west as well as loads of fun for all the family.

There are birds of prey and owls, most of which have been rescued. Other animals for the public to experience and touch include pygmy goats, French lop rabbits, sheep and lambs to feed and pony rides for small children during the summer school holidays (at certain times).

Cafeteria, gift and craft shops. Nature trail competitions for children, 'Becky' box hunts, wildlife discovery trails and education packs offer fun for all and cream teas, snacks and light meals are on hand to fortify the weary.


Months Open: 2006 closing on 5/11
2007: 24/3/07 - 4/11/07
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £5.75 - £6.75
Children (4-15): £4.75 - £5.75
Family (2+2) £19 - £22
Seniors: £4.75 - £5.75
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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