Brownstone and Coleton Camp

Important notice -

In line with government guidance, our countryside space is open for local visitors to access for walks. We ask all visitors to follow guidance on social distancing to keep everyone safe.

Rugged and captivating stretch of coast

Brownstone and Coleton Camp

Things to see and do

A couple walking on the beach

Wintery walks  

If you're local to us then there's a variety of walks around Brownstone and Coleton Camp. From rugged coastline and hidden beaches to even one of the few remaining Second World War gun batteries in the UK.

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.

Downs copse woods at Greenway, Devon

Felling at Longwood Noss plantation 

Longwood is an ancient oak woodland with an industrial past on the edge of the river Dart between Kingswear and Galmpton. Over the autumn months we will be undertaking some felling works to remove larch and Douglas fir. There is likely to be disruption to access routes, read on to see the details and find out how this work will help nature.

Brownstone and Coleton Camp


The Coastwatch station at Froward Point in Devon

Brownstone Battery 

Brownstone Battery, not far from Coleton Fishacre, is one of the few surviving Second World War coastal defence positions. Hidden amongst the trees you'll come across a collection of fascinating buildings, including the gun and searchlight positions.