Things to do for the Family in Devon - Crealy Theme Park & Resort

Posted by on July 5th 2018

There are plenty of things to do for the family in Devon, especially when staying with Crealy Theme Park and Resort as our location has easy access to many great attractions around Devon.

Here is our list of what you and the family can do during your holiday in Devon.

Crealy Theme Park & Resort

Seems like a bit of an obvious one, but during your stay with us you will have one of the biggest attractions in Devon right on your doorstep.

We offer over 60 rides and attractions at our Theme Park, including rollercoasters, water rides, soft play areas, animals and special events all year round. And with our on site Clubhouse offering food and special shows for guests, when it comes to do things to do for the family in Devon, Crealy has it all!


During your stay at Crealy, you will have easy access to the great City of Exeter where you and the family will be able to explore the city's great history, have a picnic at the Cathedral gardens, shopping centres and try out the great range of restaurants that Exeter has to offer. 

You can always head down to the Quay when the sun is shining and rent a paddle boat, or try out some of the great bars and local pubs that are surrounding this great area of Exeter.


If you're looking for things to do for the family in Devon, then Exmouth is a fantastic seaside escape. With a beach that stretches over 2 miles, you and the family will be able to spend the whole day on the sand in one of Devon's biggest seaside towns.

With plenty of water spors activities available and events throughout the year, Exmouth has a bundle of things to do for the family in Devon.


If you're looking for a more relaxed day out, then the small seaside town of Budleigh is a must on your to do list. The small town offers fantastic coastal views, great walking and cycling routes and plenty of local produce to give you the best taste of Devon possible.

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