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Plym Bridge Woods

Plym Bridge Road, Plymouth PL7 8BD, England
+44 1752 266030
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many happy memories as a child

great bike ride route and down by the bridge is great for a swim or to jump of the bridge spent a... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2017
Plymouth, United Kingdom
What a treasure so close to town

The only National Trust attraction we visited when in South West England in two weeks that was... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2017
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“dog walkers” (23 reviews)
“cycle track” (10 reviews)
“old railway” (15 reviews)
Plym Bridge Road, Plymouth PL7 8BD, England
+44 1752 266030

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Reviewed 4 September 2017

great bike ride route and down by the bridge is great for a swim or to jump of the bridge spent a few nights camping down here when I was younger great place to be so calm and relaxed a must on a visit to...More

Thank carmadmarc
Reviewed 3 September 2017

The only National Trust attraction we visited when in South West England in two weeks that was free. Great walks to suit all age groups and abilities. So close to Plymouth but once you are there it seems like the middle of no-where. Some good...More

Thank Bozz56
Reviewed 23 August 2017

Keep going back as we keep finding new routes and areas. Kids love exploring the area. Always a nice family outing

Thank julialogan1982
Reviewed 21 August 2017

Plym Bridge woods is a beautiful area for a walk along the old railway line, just outside of Plymouth. If it is a quiet day, you might not see another sole along the whole walk from Coypool to Yelverton.

1  Thank Tony C
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Lovely riverside paths which can be used by mobility buggies and prams. Many picnic areas by the water and a bike track on the old disused railway track. Wonderful for dogs and children also.

Thank hilarybeer
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Visited today for a family bike ride on the recommendation of a family friend, parked at Coypool park and ride (free) watch height restrictions for entry as had to unload roof mounted bike before entry.The trail through the woods is excellent with superb views going...More

Thank dad0ftw0
Reviewed 7 August 2017

You can walk for several hours here and not realise you're on the very edge of the city of Plymouth. These woods (and meadows) are owned by the National Trust, and are ideal for walking, cycling, and exercising dogs. We go for a 3-mile circuit...More

2  Thank AndyIbbs
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Plym Bridge Woods is a gorgeous place and it is incredible to walk dogs at. The National Trust have surely put in effort to make this a visit to remember.[It is a very memorable place to go.]

Thank EmaJSteward
Reviewed 30 July 2017

love coming here to sooth my mind, looking at the natures work. The kids love this place aswel learning about what nature has to offer.

Thank shumona t
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Plymbridge is lovely however it is packed at weekends and during summer holidays so if you are a dog walker I'd say best to avoid during those peak times.

Thank Amy L
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2 October 2016|
Response from h20mpp | Reviewed this property |
Hi, There is a disused canal that runs along side the old track bed towards the plym bridge section of the route. This can be found either side of the railway bridge adjacent and below the plym bridge station. The canal was... More
Rachel D
25 April 2015|
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Response from Kane B |
You could Catch the bickleigh bus or the yelverton bus and walk I’ve walked from roborough as a child , very easy to do