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Geocaching - is a great new way of having fun in the countryside. It involves hunting out carefully hidden caches using maps and satellite navigation devices called GPS (Global Positioning System) receivers. If you find a cache (and some are very hard to spot!) there are often trade items in them that you can swap and a log book for you to record your visit. Back home you can log your visit onto the internet.
Dartmoor National Park - is situated in Devon and offers rolling moorland,stunning scenery and a wealth of historic sites and monuments making a visit to this part of Devon a must. A fantastic area to explore and observe the abundance of wildlife and fauna, ideal for walkers, bird watching, geocaching and pony trekking.
Dartmoor Prison Museum - Unlocking the history of one of England's most famous prisons, Dartmoor Prison Museum reflects the heritage of HMP Dartmoor from Prisoner of War Depot to the present day. The interesting collection of artefacts provides a unique insight into prison life both past and present.
Dartmoor Nature Tours - Small groups, a relaxed and leisurely walking pace with a guide who has lived and worked in the area for twenty years. Dartmoor Nature Tours offer wildlife walks and tours to suit individual customer requirements. Dartmoor Nature Tours are led by Phil Page. Phil has worked in landscape and nature conservation since 1974 and was the NCC/English Nature Site Manager on Dartmoor for over twenty years.
The Shilstone Rocks Stud and Riding Centre - is a family concern that was established in 1962. It is British Horse Society Approved and has the Local Authority Licence. It offers riding over Dartmoor, Lessons and Livery for your horse whether it be short or long term. It is a famous prize winning stud with many horses, mares and foals to be seen.