Dartmoor Visitor Information
Finding Great information on the moor
To ensure that your visit to Dartmoor is as wonderful as we hope it will be, there are lots of places that can provide you with information and advice on a huge range of topics.
Tourist Information Centres
Start your visit to Dartmoor National Park by popping into one of the three award winning Visitor Centres. Come and find out what attracts over 150,000 visitors a year to these Centres where children can enjoy dressing up, games and films while adults can find out more about the Dartmoor story through exhibitions and displays. The Centres also stock the unique Dartmoor Range of products, inspired by Dartmoor, as well as books, maps and walks leaflets.
Keep an eye on our What’s On pages, they are constantly being updated as more events get uploaded by the day.
Whatever your interests and budget, you’ll always find something interesting to do on and around Dartmoor; whether you’re looking for the best free days out around, special offers on accommodation and family attractions, or just want to find a good deal on somewhere to eat, have a look at the best special offers available from Dartmoor businesses.
Some simple itineraries are designed to give you some inspiration on things you might like to do during your time on Dartmoor. We’ve taken the guesswork out of planning your day, with some suggestions of places to visit, things to do and accommodation if you’re here for more than one day, plus some wonderful places to eat.
Bringing your Dog
At Visit Dartmoor we all have our own dogs, and love to share our holidays with them. A family trip away just wouldn’t be the same without your furry four-legged friends; Dartmoor is a superb place to have a holiday with your canine companion, thanks to its variety of dog friendly places to stay, eat and visit.
There are fantastic walks to suit every type of dog and their families, from easy flat walks to hardier and more challenging hikes over hills and tors for the best panoramic views. Some of our bike-hire centres have “dog-chariots” so that older/less fit dogs or simply those with very short legs can enjoy your cycling adventures with you!
Traveling with Families
Imagine the perfect week away with your family; how would you be spending it? Would you be playing outdoors, discovering wildlife and reconnecting with the elements? Perhaps you’d prefer to pay a visit to exciting family attractions, jumping on thrilling rides and getting up close to exotic animals?
Dartmoor offers all that and so much more, so each day will be different from the last. You’re also spoilt for choice when it comes to places to stay, from rustic cottages on the high moorland to cosy accommodation in Dartmoor’s towns with all the modern fittings and comforts of home.