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Devils Point Park

Admiralty Road, Stonehouse, Plymouth, England
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Great views

The views from Devils point are lovely, you can see for miles and lots of different angles making... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Woobster
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Plymouth, United Kingdom
Great view

To be enjoyed along with the adjecent Royal William Yard. The walk up to the point is very pleasant... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
LeylandAtlantean
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Rossendale
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Admiralty Road, Stonehouse, Plymouth, England

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Reviewed yesterday

The views from Devils point are lovely, you can see for miles and lots of different angles making it a lovely walk.

Thank Woobster
Reviewed 5 September 2017

To be enjoyed along with the adjecent Royal William Yard. The walk up to the point is very pleasant and offers panoramic views all round and perfect if you want to watch boats of varying sizes in action

Thank LeylandAtlantean
Reviewed 15 August 2017

There have been recent complaints, reports and photos in the local press drawing attention to some mess left during the day times in the sea facing shelters south of the approach road. Torn dirty clothes, soiled sleeping bags, human waste and alleged evidence of substance...More

Thank Jannerbloke
Reviewed 9 August 2017

This is the place to go to see your loved ones coming home or leaving Plymouth dockyard. You get a clear view of the ships as they head out towards Drakes island. It also has plenty of places to sit and watch, enjoy nature around...More

1  Thank annettelaurie
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Devil's Point gets its name from the treacherous tides that meet at this point. One can carry out many pleasing pastimes here. Fishing, walking, swimming, whilst all the time having a interesting vista, with Mt Edgecumbe park to the right of the scene, naval boats...More

2  Thank mary b
Reviewed 4 May 2017

A spot on the Royal William Yard where you can leave me for the entire day. You have great views on passing boats in a real quiet piece of nature.

1  Thank FORZA7777
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Great views,although youngsters can be quite annoying with their music and revving their cars up,then chucking fast food waste onto the carpark,even though bins are available, Cars usually gone by 10.30/11pm

1  Thank travelsofpan64
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Beautiful place lovely staff in hut. Fun times for families and dog walkers. Lots of free parking and bins

Thank helenmm0rris
Reviewed 21 November 2016

A great place to sit and watch the ships go by. You can do a short walk down to the end where the fishermen are or walk the path to the Royal William Yard for coffee or catch up with friends. A large free car...More

Thank susan952
Reviewed 11 November 2016

For many years families of naval personnel have arrived here to wave goodbye to loved ones or cheer them on as the ships arrive home - think what it was like in 1982 after the Falklands. It is a great place for a picnic, sunny...More

1  Thank annettelaurie
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Jannerbloke
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Response from FoodieMcFoodface | Reviewed this property |
Not too sure. I have seen people have BBQ's there but unsure if they were allowed too.
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