Four great spots for outdoor fun with the kids in Devon

Grab your boots, there's plenty of outdoor fun to be had at these four great places to walk and play in Devon.

We've picked out four spots to get outdoors, where there's plenty of fun to be had.

Swing on trees at Killerton near Exeter, have a pebble throwing competition on the beach at Branscombe, try a spot of wild art at Knightshayes, near Tiverton, or explore Castle Drogo near Chagford on Dartmoor.

Every time you come to hang out in the great outdoors, you help us keep it fun for everyone.

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Here's a look at where you can swing, jump and play

Here's a pick of the best spots to swing, jump and run - all within an hour's drive of Exeter. Have a sneak preview of what's in store when you come to explore near you.

Child gets muddy hands at Box Hill toddler group

Acland Walk

This buggy-friendly circular walk follows surfaced paths through the parkland, garden and chapel grounds and is a great introduction to Killerton.

Branscombe Mouth is part of the Jurassic coast

The beach at Branscombe

Fantastic for a family day out, the shingle beach at Branscombe is part of the famous Jurassic Coast. Enjoy a dip in the water, see how far you can skim a stone, or see what hidden creatures you can discover in the rock pools.

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Things to do for families at Castle Drogo

We’ve got lots to keep your little ones entertained-from a free spotter sheet in the garden to miles of pathways in the woods to run wild in.

Sheep grazing in the parkland at Knightshayes at dusk

Parkland and Impey woods

There are acres of parkland to explore at Knightshayes. Let the kids run wild while you enjoy the stunning views on offer.

The stream that runs the waterwheel for Manor Mill

Branscombe village walk

A short circular walk around the historic, beautiful village of Branscombe in Devon

View of landscape across Knightshayes parkland

Knightshayes parkland circular dog walk

This is a circular route perfect for dog walking and for exploring the historic parkland. It takes you through open fields and past some of the most special trees in the Knightshayes parkland, including the Turkey Oak, believed to be the largest in the UK.

Front Park gate, Killerton

Killerton garden winter walk

Explore the garden at Killerton in winter to see such gems as the Tibetan Cherry Tree and the carpets of cyclamen.

Spectacular view from the path

Branscombe to Beer coastal walk

Starting in the heart of Branscombe village, this scenic walk through picturesque countryside passes by the historic Forge, Old Bakery and Manor Mill before heading to Branscombe beach.