Stover Country Park Events 


Thursday 1st : 10:30-12:30pm

Guided Walk – Reedbed Systems Tour

Join us on a guided walk around the reedbed systems to find out how and why they were developed and learn about the wildlife the area supports.

No charge. Please book in advance by following this link. 


Tuesday 6th: 10:30-12:30pm

Guided Walk – Stover Wildlife Walk

A guided walk to enjoy the varied habitats and wildlife within the park.

No charge. Please book in advance by following this link


Saturday 24th : 10 – 12:30pm

Guided Walk – River Ramble

A beautiful 4-mile walk to the River Teign encompassing the wildlife and history of the Stover Estate.

No charge. Please book in advance by following this link.


Thursday 29th July : 10.30 – 12:30pm (Other dates are 5th, 12th 19th, 26th August and 2nd September)

Children’s Activity – Toddler Forest Fun

Join us for some fun in the forest with a different session every Thursday during the summer holidays. Activities will include bug hunting, learning about woodland wildlife, woodland crafts, natural play and much more. Each session will be different, so you can book as many as you like. Feel free to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy round the campfire at the end of the session.

No Charge. For ages 2 – 5 yrs. Please book in advance by following this link – limited places.


Guided walks along with Family and Children’s Events are free unless a price is stated. However there are limited places which must be booked in advance.

It is essential that children booked onto a activity have a responsible adult present with a maximum of 4 children per adult.

There is a car parking charge of £1.70 for 2 hours and £3.50 for all day. Charges apply from dawn till dusk.

Please book via Eventbrite by following the link. Alternatively you can phone Stover Country Park on 01626 835 236 or by email us at

Unless otherwise stated please meet at the visitor centre – bear left when arriving at the Park.

Volunteers day

Why not join our growing army of conservation volunteers on the last Sunday of every month between September and April. Tasks are varied and all tools are provided. No special skills are needed – just bring along lunch and old clothes.