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Seaton Wetlands 

If you’re looking for something exciting to do with the family in the new year, why not head down to Seaton on the coast of East Devon. The Wetlands are made up of three Local Nature Reserves –Seaton Marshes, Black Hole Marsh and Colyford Common – home to an abundance of wildlife.

The Wetlands

The nature reserve itself is a self-guided trail, with the starting point being the Lookout at Seaton Wetlands. It is suitable for children of all ages, with most of it being wheelchair accessible. There are nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe.

Seaton Wetlands has a lot to offer

When you’re done with the trail, why not stick around to see many of the other sites Seaton has to offer, including an amazing beach with beautiful cliffs as part of the famous Jurassic Coast. There are cafes, amusement arcades and many other shops. You can even take a ride on Seaton Tramway to nearby villages of Colyford and Colyton.

We hope you find these activities and walks in Devon helpful

Read more of our Wednesday Walks HERE. See Devon Dog’s Calendar of Events HERE.

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