Out & About

Where will you walk today?

Some sites will have on and off lead areas and seasonal differences, which means that some locations will have more than one coloured paw print. Check on site for further information.

The information here is as accurate as possible but please check on site as circumstances may change.

If you notice any information is wrong please contact us so that we can put it right.

Remember… Wherever you are please follow the Four Paws Code, keep your dog in sight, prevent them from disturbing other people, wildlife or grazing animals and always bag it and bin it.

Take only memories, leave only paw prints.


A moderately difficult walk with outstanding views from the South West coast path, this walk starts in the village of Branscombe along the Jurassic Coast to Beer.

You can view the National Trust's suggested circular walk


For a gentle stroll away from Exmouth's sea front, why not enjoy the Maer Local Nature Reserve?

A haven for wildlife and insects, the Maer provides easy walking on its soft sandy soil. Dogs are allowed but must be kept under close control.

For a circular route check out the Wild East Devon webpage

Explore Park Wood, Deodar Glen and The Plains finishing with an interesting view of the old quarry and extinct volcano. The outstanding Killerton views come to life on this dog-friendly walk.


East Devon District Council, East Devon Aera of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the Ramblers have developed a series of walks to explore the beautiful East Devon countryside. Check out East Devon Way for a range of walks around the AONB.

Explore Exeter's Riverside Valley Park with a 3.5 mile walk through Ludwell Valley Park.

See more information and download the leaflet.


A 5.5 mile walk starting at Dawlish Warren train station, around Dawlish and back.

Download Dawlish Discovery Walk

An interesting selection of walks around Dawlish, of various lengths. Thanks to Dawlish Town Council for producing the leaflet.

Download Dawlish Walks


An easy 2 mile circular walk which is dog-friendly. Stroll across Front Park and up Dolbury Hill to climb an extinct volcano, which is home to a legendary dragon. There's an Iron Age hill fort at the top and views across the Exe Valley. Can be muddy so unsuitable for pushchairs.


This 5.5 mile circular walk starts in the coastal town of Sidmouth in East Devon.

It takes in some stunning views of the Jurassic Coast, gently rising to around 200m above sea level.

Decoy Country Park is in Newton Abbot, South Devon.

It is a beautiful country park around a lake, with lots of opportunities to spot a host of different wildlife. It has a selection of walks of different distances and is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. It is accessible by bus and car and is a short walk from Newton Abbot train station.

Enjoy this 2.5 mile walk around the Killerton Estate near Broadclyst in East Devon.

There’s lots of space for dogs to be exercised on and off the lead, at the same time as enjoying the stunning landscape views.