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Belmont Park

Belmont Rd, Exeter EX4 6SS, United Kingdom

Belmont Park
Park
4.4
564 reviews
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PFHM+F3 Exeter, United Kingdom
+44 1392 262630
exeter.gov.uk
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Kit Reynolds
Kit Reynolds
Great local park with a community feel. There is an annual Music and Diversity festival with good food stalls call 'Respect', it's dry, and surprisingly good. Just a small charity donation to enter.
It's held around the end of June.
James Aczel
James Aczel
A place to sit and admire the trees, stroll, jog, exercise using free equipment, let well-behaved dogs run around off the lead, use the graffiti wall, or entertain kids with a (dog-free) playground. Exeter's "Respect" festival is held here annually. There's a sensory garden, intended especially for the blind.
Dylan wood
Dylan wood237 days ago
Beautiful, the sensory walk is absolutely gorgeous and well maintained, big play area and various exercise machines dotted around (those could use some oil but otherwise intact and as clean as you'd expect)
Nice mix of families and walkers not the usual "transactional area" for wronguns
Gail Furness
Gail Furness237 days ago
Excellent park. Lovely open area with play equipment for children of all ages. Great space so close to the city centre.
Christine Goehner
Christine Goehner298 days ago
Belmont park is the closest green space to our flat and we are so thankful for it! We love to bring our niece and nephew to play when we babysit. It’s not big but the children’s play spaces are very well done. I especially love the huge trees in autumn as the colour change is really beautiful.
Sasha bianchini
Sasha bianchini328 days ago
I love how they have the gym for free! They are free classes. I've seen yoga l, Zumba, etc happening the park. Also the scrapstore and many other community based groups.
Robin Murfin
Robin Murfin2 years ago
A pleasant garden to walk around. Good playgrounds for children of all ages and outdoor gym equipment for adults to use. Sensory garden that would probably be enjoyable in spring and summer but not much to see in December, understandably.
No public toilets in gardens.
Michael Bridge
Michael Bridge2 years ago
This park has been revamped in the near past, and it has been improved significantly. The new build frames are perfect for young children (3 - 10yrs). There is a large open grass space for picnics and ball sports. All round decent park. Parking is limited but this is the only downside.
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