Exmoor National Park

Dulverton TA22 9HL, South Somerset District, UK
Founded in:
Total area:
692 km2
About The Venue
Exmoor National Park is a 692 km2 national park located in South West England. It is a part of the area of Exmoor situated between west Somerset and north Devon. The park was founded in 1954 and is a popular tourist and event venue destination. Among the event notable events which are hosted at the park is the Dunster Show.
The reserve bears the name of the area of hilly open moorland between west Somerset and North Devon. The area in turn receives its name from the River Exe. The National Park includes within its borders the Brendon Hills, and the Vale of Porlock. The reserve furthermore contains about 55 km of the Bristol Channel coast. The East Lyn Valley is also a part of the park. Exmoor NP is one of the UK’s smallest National Parks. Yet, what the reserve lacks in space it makes up in beauty. For the preserve includes within its borders a spectacular coastline. There are also steep wooded valleys as well as fast flowing rivers and streams. You will also find expansive moorland, and rolling farmland. Because of its beauty, the park is a popular destination for tourists and event organisers. The park can be reached from Minehead Station and Bristol Airport.
How to get to Exmoor National Park
On foot

Minehead Station – not advisable

Bristol Airport – Not advisable

By Car

Minehead Station – 16 mins via A39

Bristol Airport – 1h37 mins via M5 and B3224

By public transport

Minehead Station – Not available

Bristol Airport – Not available

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