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Phear Park, Exmouth

LED's Phear Park is situated in the heart of Exmouth and provides the perfect setting for a great day out!

Our onsite Cafe and facilities are open from the end of March to allow you to make the most of our long hot summer!

Why not while away the hours with our 18 hole Approach Golf or take the family for a game of tennis on our beautiful outdoor courts?

With FREE parking in the park its a perfect way to spend a summers day!

 

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Location
Phear Park
Exmouth
Devon
EX8 1TJ

Opening Times
Phear Park is open for you to enjoy our summer season between April and October
Cafe Opening Times
Monday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Wednesday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Thursday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Friday 9.00am -– 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Sunday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Don't forget that the tennis courts can also be booked through Exmouth Tennis & Fitness Centre!
Directions

Travelling from Exmouth town centre:

Take the main Exeter road out of the town centre (Exmouth Leisure Centre on your left at the roundabout). Go straight across the first set of traffic lights and take the second right turn into Lyndhurst Road.  At the end of the road, turn right and then first left up the drive into the park.  Follow the road up to the top of the park where you will find Phear Park cafe on the left hand side and FREE parking

Travelling from Exeter:

As you come into Exmouth, you will reach traffic lights with a fork in the road, keep to the left and go down Gypsy Lane with Exmouth Community College on your left. At the mini roundabout, turn right then first left up the drive into the park.  Follow the road up to the top of the park where you will find Phear Park cafe on the left hand side and FREE parking

Travelling from Ottery/Honiton over Woodbury Common:

Travel across the common until you reach the fork in the road signed to Exmouth. Continue down this road and then on to Hulham Road. At the end of this road turn left and then almost immediate left at the traffic lights into Gypsy Lane with Exmouth Community College on your left. At the mini roundabout, turn right and then first left up the drive into the park.  Follow the road up to the top of the park where you will find Phear Park cafe on the left hand side and FREE parking

Customer Stories

Excellent all round, felt highly motivated and the class was well organised with a mix of ages and abilities

I first started using the leisure centre when I moved here a few years ago. It has become so much more than somewhere for me to exercise, it’s my social hub. The staff are so friendly and for a small town the facilities on offer are fantastic!

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