Brownstone and Coleton Camp

Brownstone and Coleton Camp

Things to see and do

Walking around Brownstone and Coleton Camp

Routes that lead to Greenway

The entrance to Scabbacombe car park, near Coleton Fishacre

Parking in the English Riviera countryside 

Around the English Riviera countryside there are a number of National Trust car parks, perfectly located for your day out exploring everything this beautiful area has to offer.

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What's on

Runners in the English Riviera countryside

Trust10 run at Coleton Fishacre 

The Trust10 trail run takes place at Coleton Fishacre on the fourth Sunday of every month. This free, monthly trail run takes in the garden at Coleton Fishacre and the surrounding coast line in two 5km loops.

Upcoming events

Rock pool ramble

Tue 08 Aug 2017
Join the National Trust rangers to discover some of the fantastic creatures hidden in the rock pools at Man Sands beach, and tick off one of the 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾.
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A young boy wildlife spotting in the countryside

Go wildlife watching at Brownstone and Coleton Camp 

Discover the best places to see seals, birds and butterflies in the area.

Primroses flowering at Kellys Cove in South Devon

Spring in the English Riviera countryside 

Spring is a great time to go wildlife spotting: find out what you can see and where around Brownstone and Coleton Camp.

Brownstone and Coleton Camp

Our work

The Mewstone and the coast land around Froward Point

Caring for the English Riviera coast land 

The team of rangers have been caring for the coastal land between Newfoundland and Pudcombe coves by creating a mosaic of habitat. Find out why scrub clearing is an important way to care for the land and the creatures that thrive there.

The wetland and Man Sands beach

Man Sands marshland project 

At Man Sands a long-term project is restoring the land to its original marshland state, to create the perfect habitat for birds. A bird hide has been created so that visitors can watch the birds enjoying the fruits of the rangers' labours.