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There’s tons of family fun to be had in North Devon and Exmoor! With a host of attractions to enjoy, there’s an option to suit all ages and interests. If your kids are fans of wildlife you’ve come to the right place – we've award-winning aquariums and zoos, to farm attractions and nature trails.

You may even get to feed the lions, take a rockpool ramble or hold a tarantula if you’re feeling brave! As for wet weather activities, we’ve everything from exciting theme parks and soft play arenas to steam trains, bowling and creative workshops.

 

To tire everyone out, hit the beach for some sandcastle building and games, or hire bikes and head out along the traffic-free Tarka Trail; there are plenty of great pit-stops along the way offering delicious and healthy snacks, and a number of places even offer pre-ordered picnics for your journey. If you’re thinking about getting your family started on a new water sport, lessons and gear are readily available, and you can rest assured that most main beaches are lifeguard protected in the summer months, with many achieving the Blue Flag status for water cleanliness.

Family Fun

There’s tons of family fun to be had in North Devon and Exmoor! With a host of attractions to enjoy, there’s an option to suit all ages and interests. If your kids are fans of wildlife you’ve come to the right place – we've award-winning aquariums and zoos, to farm attractions and nature trails.

You may even get to feed the lions, take a rockpool ramble or hold a tarantula if you’re feeling brave! As for wet weather activities, we’ve everything from exciting theme parks and soft play arenas to steam trains, bowling and creative workshops.

 

To tire everyone out, hit the beach for some sandcastle building and games, or hire bikes and head out along the traffic-free Tarka Trail; there are plenty of great pit-stops along the way offering delicious and healthy snacks, and a number of places even offer pre-ordered picnics for your journey. If you’re thinking about getting your family started on a new water sport, lessons and gear are readily available, and you can rest assured that most main beaches are lifeguard protected in the summer months, with many achieving the Blue Flag status for water cleanliness.