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Blackbury Camp

Colyton, EX24 6JF, United Kingdom

Blackbury Camp
Historical landmark
243 reviews
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PRGX+82 Colyton, United Kingdom
+44 370 333 1181
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Andreea Silvia Ulman
Andreea Silvia Ulman
Beautiful , peaceful place! 2 minutes drive from the main road. Small parking lot. Very clean. You can have a picnic, walk your doggies in an quiet ambient. Really relaxing, birds singing, lovely little forest!
Neil Harper
Neil Harper286 days ago
Any impressive hill fort.
Nice for a short afternoon walk.
Jonathan harwood
Jonathan harwood317 days ago
An Iron Age hill fort, now all woodland. Beautiful setting, an interesting site and a free car park. Is a small site, no more than 20 minutes to walk around. A lovely setting and good for a dog walk or picnic
Anthony Dooley
Anthony Dooley348 days ago
Free entry and free parking. Beautiful spot for a picnic especially when the bluebells are in flower.
Elizabeth Hankin
Elizabeth Hankin1 year ago
My happy place. Not matter the time of year, this is a beautiful place to be; to soak up the atmosphere, marvel at the history and love the trees as they change their clothes as the seasons change. Free parking can be crowded in bluebell time (worth it). A lovely place for my dogs (no dog poo bins, so pick up and take home) and a perfect place to just bimble around with my camera. Photo taken last winter, near the access lane
E Chivers
E Chivers1 year ago
Visited in October, free small car park, much larger than I had thought, a lovely Fort to visit, popular with dog walkers.
Paul Hulbert
Paul Hulbert2 years ago
Lovely piece of ancient history (4th century BC). Atmospheric. Nice short stroll round with two informative interpretation boards. I'm told there are loads of bluebells in the spring.
Ian Hemmens
Ian Hemmens2 years ago
Beautiful ancient woodland, and earthen work fort. An amazing place to see blankets of bluebells in the spring, explore the perimeter and for the children to play on a few rope swings. Good parking, although can be muddy, and a great place to start a walk. Great route from here to Branscombe, but beware you have to cross a busy A road. Have had a few picnics here, with the trees providing much needed shade in summer, and great point of interest (if you're into trees!). A wonderful area, sometimes spoiled by dog poo, keep the very young close to hand.
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