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First time visiting the falls, went with my daughter, SiL and 3 grandchildren, one 3year old and 6 year old twins. Be careful when leaving the car park to get to the falls as you have to cross a road and children have a habit...More
This is within Dartmoor so the scenery going here is great. You'd need a couple of hours to do this place justice. There are several trails depending on stamina with the beautiful river winding through. An area near the cafe has some wildlife like meerkats,...More
Well now.......maybe we should have done more research and maybe this rating is harsh but if this review saves others a wasted journey then it will have been worth it. We took the spontaneous decision to follow the road signage to Becky Falls after a...More
We arrived expecting this to be a free attraction, just another area of the Dartmoor countryside. However as we entered the car park a man ran up to the car and charged us £30 to enter (party of 3)! Initially we were displeased at this...More
Family pof four - two children (9 and 6) plus 2 grandparents. we were there for four and a half hours. Excellent cafe for drinks and then later lunch. Very interesting and well signposted trails with challenge for children with a good prize at the...More
Be prepared to have your money ready when you arrive as you are pounced on the minute you pull into the car park! Not great when your purse is in the boot.
Apart from the initial ‘welcome’ we really enjoyed our visit. Our unenthusiastic 9...More
This features a beautiful waterfall with big boulders and clear water suitable for paddling (taking great care). Great place for a picnic, and car parking nearby (entry admission paid when entering the car park). I had a flying visit so didn’t take the time to...More
Went with my Daughter- in- law and 17 month old grandson for the first time, and was not disappointed. Good selection of animals with animal encounters and keeper talks. Nice little cafe for lunch, staff helpful.
We did the blue trail which was beautiful amoungst...More
Decided to visit these falls in Dartmoor with adult son. Expensive for a couple of hours. Trails are either simple or treacherous! Red route involved tackling boulder clambering and steep ravines with steps. A serious workout for a couple of oap's! Needed a hand up...More
Was really looking forward to seeing the falls took a trip down there .nice cafe as you enter and some lovely animals . but I was very disappointed with the way the routes were laid out on the map you can easily get confused need...More