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Sutton Bingham Reservoir

Water based
  • Parking On-Site
  • Family friendly
  • Picnic Area
Sutton Bingham, Yeovil, BA22 9QP

Set in rolling hills on the Somerset/Dorset border offering a range of facilities for all the family including a children’s play area, picnic area and wildlife park, angling and sailing. Hire a Wessex Water Comet Trio dinghy or a Raider 18 keelboat by arrangement with Sutton Bingham Sailing Club.

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The Bill Whistlecroft Athletics Arena

Active Life
  • Parking On-Site
  • Family friendly
  • Toilets
  • Open All Year
  • Picnic Area
Yeovil Recreation Centre, Yeovil, BA21 4AW

The Bill Whistlecroft Athletics Arena at Yeovil Recreation Centre boasts some of the most comprehensive facilities in the South West.

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The Leland Trail

Walking
The Leland Trail, Somerset, BA10 0JS

A 28 mile regional footpath route which uses definitive rights of way, tracks and lanes, following the footsteps of John Leland who travelled through South Somerset at some time during the period 1535-1543.

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The Liberty Trail

Walking
The Leland Trail, Somerset, TA14 6RW

The Liberty Trail is a 28 mile footpath from Ham Hill in South Somerset to Lyme Regis in Dorset using definitive rights of way, tracks and lanes.

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The Macmillan Way West

Walking
The Macmillan Way West, Somerset, BA7 7FX

The Macmillan Way West is a long distance footpath in Somerset and Devon. It runs for 102 miles from Castle Cary in Somerset to Barnstaple in Devon.

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The River Parrett Trail

Walking
The River Parrett Trail, Somerset, TA10

A stunning 50-mile walking trail following its source near Chedington in the Dorset hills, through tranquil Somerset countryside - to its mouth at Stert point on the Bristol Channel.

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The Stop Line Way

Walking
  • Family friendly
The Stop Line Way, Ilminster, TA19

The Stop Line Way is a long distance coast-to-coast walking and cycling route which in parts is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. The cycle route is 75 miles long and partly follows the ‘Taunton Stop Line’ built by the Army in 1940 to contain any Nazi German invasion of the South West.

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