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14 Jun 2021
Looking for the perfect day out this Father’s Day? We've compiled a list of activities accessible by bus for all kinds of dads—outdoorsy dads, beer lovers and more.
Craft Beer Corner, Exmouth
Deemed the gateway to new beers, the Craft Beer Corner is a pop-up outdoor drinking area created by the multi award-winning brewers, Crossed Anchors. Situated in the centre of Exmouth, the Craft Beer Corner is home to the Exmouth IPA and Big Red Ale.
Go Ape Haldon Forest, Exeter
39 Service Newton Abbot - Bovey Tracey - Chudleigh – Winning Post– Exeter City Centre
Get adventurous this Father’s Day and scale the heights of treetops. From hilltop zip wires and daring high level crossings to a 200-metre zip wire and Tarzan swing, Go Ape Haldon Forest is the perfect family adventure. What’s more? You can take in 360-degree views of Dartmoor national Park with spectacular treetop vantage points.
The 39 bus from Exeter Bus Station stops at the Winning Post, just a short walk from Haldon Forest.
Staurt Line Cruises, Exmouth
Cruise the beautiful River Exe this Sunday on Stuart Line Cruises. Sailing from Exmouth and costing just £8 for a full-price ticket, this is a great day out for wildlife-enthusiasts. As a designated RAMSAR site, the River Exe is a feeding ground for seals. Along your journey, you will learn about the history of the area, the beautiful sights and the visiting wildlife.
Jurassic Paddle Sports, Sidmouth
Treat your dad to a day of water sports. Explore the stunning Jurassic coast around Sidmouth using a large SUP or kayak. A group of 4 can enjoy a large stand-up paddle board from £30 and a tandem kayak for 2 from £25, including wetsuits and buoyancy aids.