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Discover Seaton Wetlands

About this route

Explore Seaton Wetlands and enjoy beautiful marshland and reedbeds alongside the River Axe. There are five bird hides and nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalks suitable for wheelchair, bike and pushchairs.

Download a map of the site and a description of the route from the East Devon District Council website.

Credit: East Devon District Council

Discover Seaton Wetlands

Information and images provided by East Devon District Council.

Getting Around

Seaton Wetlands is 6 miles west of Lyme Regis and 8 miles east of Sidmouth, between Colyford and Seaton.

By car: Car parking is available through Seaton Cemetery. Park here to access Black Hole Marsh, Colyford Common and Stafford Marsh. The nearest postcode is EX12 2SP. A smaller parking area is available through Hillymead at the entrance to Seaton Marshes. The nearest postcode is EX12 2DF.

Facilities
Car park, toilets (accessible and baby changing), picnic area, 5 hides, 3 pond dipping platforms. Please note no dogs are allowed on site (except assistance dogs).
Terrain
4km of level trails and boardwalks suitable for wheelchair, bike and pushchairs
Accessibility
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Interesting information

Explore Seaton Wetlands and enjoy beautiful marshland and reedbeds alongside the River Axe.

Photo of the bird hide at Seaton Wetlands
Seaton Wetlands bird hide Copyright East Devon District Council

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