Whitestone Park

Around four miles from Exeter City centre is a small village called Whitestone (pronounced Whitstone). In Whitestone you’ll find this gorgeous park with some epic views, complete with parking and toilets.

To get there, take the Okehampton road from Exe Bridges and carry on going up Redhills and through Nadderwater.  On the road through Whitestone, there is a village Hall on the left (coming from Exeter) and behind said hall you’ll find Whitestone Park.

It has picnic tables, swings and climbing frame, monkey bars and all sorts, and while the kids play you can relax (maybe) and take in the rolling countryside around Exeter.

There is also a short walk around the park for dogs but it probably isn’t buggy friendly!

This google map link should help you find it, it doesn’t pinpoint it’s exact location but once you’re in Whitestone you won’t miss it!




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