Crownley Woods

Discover secluded creeks on this walk following the River Dart

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Crownley Wood is a small area of delightful woodland that has been left to develop and flourish naturally with little management.

Sessil oak, Ash, Beech, Sweet and Horse Chestnut and Sycamore are all to be found here.There's a circular walk through the woodland, taking in views across to Tuckenhay and Bow Creek a tributary of the River Dart.

This woodland can only be accessed through the field at the top of the hill, on a path past the water treatment plant. Please note there is no public access through the houses on the creek edge.

Parking: Closest parking is at the nearby village of Ashprington

Access Crownley Wood and hundreds of other locations across the UK, for free, with National Trust membership.


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