Newton Abbot Parks

    1. Bakers Park

      Entrance to this park can be found on the Totnes road out of Newton Abbot. There is limited parking by the side of the 4 football pitches. Walk past the football pitches and you can find lovely walks on the National Trust property of...

    2. Coutenay Park

      Courtenay Park is situated 700m east of the town centre , opposite Newton Abbot Railway Station.  The park's riot of colour delivers a cheerful welcome to visitors arriving by train. The Park has pedestrian entrances on all...

    3. Decoy Country Park

      Decoy Country ParkDecoy Country Park is located on the edge of Newton Abbot and was first created in 1988.  It is thought that Decoy was named after an earlier lake at which ducks were lured into a 'decoy' and then caught and killed...

    4. Forde Park

      This eight acre park was developed in the late 1800`s and attempts to transfer the area from the Queen Anne`s Bounty (an 18th century fund for the poor clergy, later the church commissioners) began in 1922. It became the property of the...

    5. Osborne Park

      This open space of nearly four acres is the home ground of Newton 66 Football Club, which as its name suggests was founded in 1966, and has two teams in the South Devon League. The park is surrounded by houses, a 213 space...

    6. Powderham Park

      One acre play area with seating surrounded by Victorian properties on a steep hillside behind the police...

    7. Vicary`s Field Community Park

      TNA(Tansition Newton Abbot)  have recently been given the use of a piece of land owned by the Town Council which, in spite of several efforts to achieve a use for the area, has remained unused for many years. With this land we are...