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Dog walk

Exmouth Seafront


Type of walk

Flat, Beach

What's here

Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

When you come into Exmouth follow the signs for the Seafront. Parking is available right the way along the 2 mile stretch of sandy beach, it doesn’t matter which end you start at but I like to start at the Esplanade and walk to the other end of the beach along Queens Drive and back again. Dogs are allowed on the whole beach from 30th of September to the 1st of May. They are allowed on the last stretch of beach at the very end of Queens Drive all year round. There are lots of signposts to tell you which part it is. There are various shops and cafes along the way. There is a pavement long the top of the beach so the walk is pushchair and wheelchair friendly. I can be a busy walk but the beach is so big you won’t feel crowded.

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Comments (7)

  • RooksyAndRingo profile

    4 years ago

    Beautiful beach but only available in the winter months for dog walkers
  • Dogwalker42 profile

    3 years ago

    Good dog walking beach, very fun. Not so great when restrictions are in as small area
  • Nikki7 profile

    3 years ago

    If you check the tide times aim for around low tide. That allows you to start your walk within about 100m of Orcombe Point, then walk around the cliffs towards Sandy Bay. Absolutely lovely, even better than the rest of Exmouth Beach in my opinion.
  • Anonymous profile

    3 years ago

    Getting too crowded these days
  • Dogwalker42 profile

    3 years ago

    This is a great walk, if you go around low tide during the restrictions the dog friendly area near foxholes carpark is massive! You can walk for ages and is a lot of fun. Lots of space and not overcrowded, even on busy weekends there’s a lot of space!
  • Dbscrumpy profile

    a year ago

    Great walk..lovely beach..all the dogs in lively spirits! Walked up to the ecopoint on the hill..Great views
  • MrCooper profile

    10 months ago

    Great walk! Mr Cooper loved it ! Sadly he drank too much sea water !
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