There are 100+ parks and public open spaces across Exeter, each one offering it's own bit of peace, calm and enjoyment. Most people will go to the park to walk their dog, have a walk or kick a ball. The trees grace us with shade and colour as well as being living ladders for adventurous children to climb. Our shrubs on the other hand provide ground cover, fencing and for children great places for hide and seek. Young or old, parks are a great place for people and wildlife alike.
Below is a list of the parks and public spaces across Exeter. Please note that most of this information was sourced from the exeter.gov.uk/ website. If there are any mistakes or any places that are missing me please let me know via the Contact form. The official Exeter Council park finder can be found here. Clicking on the name will show details of the park and clicking on the Post Code will direct you to Google Maps.
If there is anything out of place or wrong please contact me. Equally if there is anything you wish to add please let me know. The more information we have about our parks and and public open spaces the better. Many thanks!