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Stover Country Park

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Local Nature Reserve

Please click on selected areas of the map for further information or select the text links at the bottom of the page.

Stover Country Park Interactive Map

Please note. Parking charges are £1.20 for 2 hours or £2.50 all day, sunrise to sunset. A permit is available for £22 per year. For more information. go to www,devon.gov.uk/parkingpermits

Leaflets - Stover Country Park has produced a variety of leaflets about various walks in and around Stover. We have also produced various natural history leaflets to guide you around the park depending on your interest.  To purchase a permit click here.

Stover Country Park image - PDF icon (269KB - pdf help) Templer Way image - PDF icon (2.58MB - pdf help)
Heritage Trail image - PDF icon (300KB - pdf help) Animals image - PDF icon (641KB - pdf help)
Birds image - PDF icon (608KB - pdf help) Butterflies image - PDF icon (631KB - pdf help)
Dragonflies image - PDF icon (548KB - pdf help) Flowers image - PDF icon (630KB - pdf help)
History image - PDF icon (639KB - pdf help) Trees image - PDF icon (684KB - pdf help)

Bus Stop Parking: 1 for 2hrs, 2 all day and 20 for a yearly permit Stover lake was constructed in the late 1770’s and is 10 acres with a maximum depth of 2 metres. There is also an associated 4 mile Heritage Trail which forms the middle part of the Templer way. The Templer Way is a 18 mile recreational walking route from Haytor to Teignmouth which passes through the Park. It follows the old route of granite transported from Dartmoor to the coast. Bus Stop Parking: 1 for 2hrs, 2 all day and 20 for a yearly permit Nature Interpretation Centre: opened in 2000 by HRH the Earl of Wessex. The Arboretum was planted with a variety of trees in 1992 to commemorate the Queens 40th Anniversary of her accession to the throne. Aerial Walkway - opened in 2003 by Andrew Cooper (BBC Wildlife Film Producer). Parking: 1 for 2hrs, 2 all day and 20 for a yearly permit The pinetum was planted with a variety of exotic conifers in 1980 representing members of the commonwealth countries to commemorate the Queen’s Mothers 80th birthday The Templer Way is a 18 mile recreational walking route from Haytor to Teignmouth which passes through the Park. It follows the old route of granite transported from Dartmoor to the coast. Two granite boundary markers have been erected next to the inlet channel. The initials H,T,W and B, cut into the granite, are abbreviations for 'Haytor Tram Way Bounds'. A section of the 1.5 mile  Carriage Drive leading to Stover House Heritage Trail starts here "