Haldon Forest Park is made up of 3,500 acres of woodland, just 15 minutes from Exeter. Open 364 days a year, it’s the perfect place to immerse yourself in the great outdoors.
With miles of trails for walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders, there’s something for everyone at Haldon Forest Park.
Enjoy expansive views, exhilarating mountain biking, tree top adventures and orienteering courses. What will you discover?
Explore the forest under your own steam with new running trails. Waymarked tracks guide you through the woodland on your choice of routes from 1km to 10km.
Whether you’re progressing from walking to jogging, or aiming to set a new personal best time, progressive running trails are a refreshing way to boost your fitness. Break free of the gym and enjoy all the physical and mental benefits of outdoor exercise.
Whether you’re looking for an easy-going trail for all abilities, play and adventure for the children or peace and quiet to observe the wildlife, we have a trail for you.
Head out onto trails to suit all abilities and improve your technique on the Skills Area and Pump Loop.
Explore the forest with family and friends using our all-terrain mobility scooters. Visit countrysidemobility.org for more information or call 0300 067 5826 to book.
Let the children go wild! We have play areas, a Discovery Trail packed with play features plus a whole forest as a playground.
A low impact way to boost your fitness in the forest. Visit nordicwalkingdevon.co.uk.
Miles of forest tracks and designated parking for horse boxes. Contact email@example.com for access.
Forest Cycle Hire
Bikes available to suit the whole family, including tag-a-longs, child seats and mobility trikes. Guided rides can be arranged. Call Forest Cycle Hire on 01392 833768.
Relax and refuel at The Ridge Café with a selection of homemade light bites and delicious cakes.
Glide through the forest in style on a Segway tour. Contact: 01392 660239 or visit go-segway.com.
Test your map reading skills with graded orienteering courses for all levels of experience.
Guide Dogs permitted
Toilets for Disabled Visitors