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Exmoor National Park
North Devon & West Somerset

This site aims to provide information promoting local outdoor leisure activity, adventure and accommodation providers in the area, supporting the local businesses and community.

Use the menu above to see info and listings for Walking, Cycling, other Leisure Pursuits, Outdoor Activity Providers and Accommodation from Luxury Hotels to Camping sites

Listed are – Providers of Accommodation, Outdoor Activity and Leisure Pursuits for those seeking outdoor leisure and pleasure in the area – for individuals, groups, corporate, educational – from the dedicated, to fun filled Hen & Stag parties.

Whether you are looking for guided or self guided walks, cycling holidays, activity breaks, adventure and thrill seeking, or perhaps cookery, fishing, photography or art tuition – hopefully there is something for everyone

To compliment your visit take check out tourist.me.uk which have details of  Devon Visitor Attractions, Historic Properties and Gardens and Nature & Wildlife (many with brief details of accessibility)

Exmoor National Park covers over 250 square miles of North Devon and West Somerset, it is an area of moorland, farmland, wooded valleys, rivers and lakes. It has a varied habitat and diverse wildlife including wild Red Deer and Exmoor Ponies. The stunning landscape is complimented by the high cliffs and stunning seascapes along its north coast.

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Exmoor National Park is a popular visitor and holiday destination, having the benefit of such fantastic scenery and wild places. Exmoor along with the surrounding area provides for a multitude of activities from walking and riding the moorland to surfing. There are many adventure activity providers in the area and we endeavour to provide a comprehensive listing. We also list a selection of accommodation available in the area covering a wide range of types and budgets.

The area is the home and workplace for many people, the national park is not a museum, it is part of the modern world, the locals welcome visitors, the local economy derives much of its income from tourism but it is a home and workplace please be patient if you find yourself behind a slow tractor or horse riders.

And no matter how many times you visit – the Exmoor Ponies are a ‘must see’ – the roam free on the moor so please drive with care. For more information on them see The Exmoor Pony Society website and the Exmoor Pony Centre website

The following tweets are from selected local accounts and is live so keeping you up to date with what’s happening around the area.

We also have our own Exmoor – Peak and Moor account @ExmoorPeakandMo


If you find there isn’t enough in Exmoor to keep you occupied take a look at our Dartmoor pages and see what’s on offer there or one of the other areas we cover – simply go to the “Welcome” page and select an area