Mincinglake Valley Park

Stoke Hill, Exeter, Devon

Tel: 01392 665700

Mincinglake Valley Park


This finger of countryside extends down from Stoke Hill between Mincinglake Road and Mile Lane.
The lower valley is wooded whilst the upper part comprises meadowland rich in wild flowers, butterflies and other insects. Access is either from Calthorpe Road or from Stoke Hill.

The park itself has been created from the old Exeter waste tip and farmland on Stoke Hill. The valley is a mix of woodland and flower-rich meadows. It is a wonderfully relaxing place to stroll and enjoy the abundant wildlife. Green lanes, footpaths and bridleways can be explored from the valley park which lead further into the beautiful countryside surrounding Exeter.

Most paths are surfaced, but stout footwear is advisable, and some are suitable for pushchair access. Feel free to wander, but do not stray into private fields. There are no toilets or wet weather shelters available.

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