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Birdwatching at Seaton Wetlands

Heritage Ability Locations

Seaton Wetlands

Equipment Available: 1 Tramper
  • Inland Water
  • Nature Reserve
  • Information centre
  • Dog friendly

Nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe, home to an abundance of wildlife. Seaton Wetlands is made up of four main sites - Seaton Marshes, Black Hole Marsh, Colyford Common and Stafford Marsh. There is also a new 'Lookout'. The signposted trails at the Wetlands make them ideal for a peaceful stroll in the fresh air; you can also have fun pond dipping, or enjoying a picnic with family and friends as well as getting to see your wonderful local wildlife up close from the five hides.

Accessible activities

Tramper - an all-terrain mobility scooter to help people with limited mobility access the outdoors. Provided through Countryside Mobility.

BSL Guided Tour - You can now enjoy the history and stories behind this place by borrowing a tablet loaded with British Sign Language videos at the site. You can also view them on our Heritage Ability Youtube channel using your own device. Make sure you’re subscribed!

Large print format - designed to help people with visual impairments understand the history and stories at the site. Available now at Seaton Wetlands or by downloading below.

Visual Story – a guide to prepare you for your visit, detailing any unwelcome surprises. Visit Seaton Wetland's website or download by clicking the image below.

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Easy read interpretation - a guide which details the history and stories behind the site in plain English, supported by imagery.  Available now from Seaton Wetlands or by clicking the image below.

Staff and volunteers have received Disability Awareness Training and Deaf Awareness Training.

Contact Seaton Wetlands


Seaton Wetlands, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2XA


01395 517557

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