- Inland Water
- Nature Reserve
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
Pre-booking is ESSENTIAL to avoid disappointment as staff are not always on-site and opening hours are limited. Users must have a working mobile phone or be accommpanied.
To avoid disturbance to wildlife, no dogs are permitted on site (except assistance dogs). .
Explore the Seaton Wetlands, a nature watchers’ paradise near Seaton in East Devon. A network of paths will connect you to various wetland features, an Information Centre and several bird hides.
The site was featured on BBC Counrtyfile in March 2013 and was voted Voted Best Place to spot Wildlife in Devon by Which? Travel magazine.
The Tramper was generously funded by the Nineveh Trust.
Watch the Tramper at Seaton Wetlands as one of the stages on the 2015 sponsored Tramper Challenge:
Travelling to Seaton Wetlands:
The Seaton Wetlands are on the Seaton – Colyford road. Take the turning off the A3052 by Colyford Post Office, signposted Axe Vale static caravan park and continue for about half a mile. Turn left into Seaton Cemetery and continue through to the Wetlands car park.
Plan your journey by car or public transport using the map below:
View a map of the location from Streetmap.co.uk.
Contact Seaton Wetlands
Colyford Road, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2DQ