Parks and open spaces - information and advice
Parks & Open Spaces in Exeter
Exeter's Parks & Open Spaces team manages more than 250 acres of public open space throughout the City. Together with local Valley parks, public open space makes up 9.5% of the total area of the city. Our department works with number of partners to deliver various services throughout Exeter.
Exeter's parks benefit from a world-class Veitch Heritage and are among the oldest public open spaces in England. A number of vibrant residential parks, play areas, and playing fields provide invaluable civic amenity and refuge for urban wildlife.
Exeter's parks and open spaces provide some of the most widely used social and recreational facilities for residents and visitors.
Throughout the year, in these open spaces you can find...
Exeter residents putting parks and open spaces to good use.
Connections to Exeter and Devon's natural, ancient, and local history can be found throughout the City's open spaces.
Northernhay Gardens and Exeter's Roman Wall
Our maintenance of Exeter's open spaces, hedges, grass and trees helps to provide for a safe and healthy City. Our team works with a number of partners to provide the services needed to maintain our open spaces.