Dartmoor is within easy reach from the M5 motorway in Devon, from the A30 or the A38. Journey times from Exeter or Plymouth are 30 minutes.
There are ponies, sheep and cattle who freely roam on the moor. Please helps us to Love Moor Life by taking care and keeping your speed below 40 on moorland roads. You never know what's around the next corner.
With a journey time of approximately 40 minutes between Okehampton and Exeter, the Dartmoor Line will provide great opportunities for work, study and leisure travel.
- There will be trains every two hours each way, seven days a week, between Okehampton, Crediton and Exeter St Davids, including services for daily commuters.
- There is also a new regular bus service, the 118 linking Tavistock via Mary Tavy and Lydford to Okehampton Station.
Discover Dartmoor's many towns and villages and enjoy a scenic ride across the moor on the Dartmoor Explorer bus from Exeter and Gunnislake train station.Dartmoor Explorer tickets & info
Dartmoor is a great place to cycle with an extensive network of quiet lanes and designated cycle routes, together with over 350km of bridleways and byways.
By motorhome or campervan
If you want to visit in your motorhome or campervan, some roads will be too narrow for you to use. Please don’t rely on satellite navigation systems to get you to your destination, but use our helpful Coach Driver and Motorhome Guide (PDF) for Dartmoor map to plan your route.
Please note that overnight camping in laybys, the roadside, or car parks is not permitted under the byelaws.
Some of the roads around Dartmoor are quite narrow and have width and length restrictions, making them unsuitable for large coaches. To help you plan your route, please refer to our Coach Driver and Motorhome Guide (PDF) for Dartmoor map. Please do not rely on satellite navigation to plan your route.
By boat or plane
There are good mainline train connections to Exeter, Newton Abbot and Plymouth. Exeter has an excellent airport and Plymouth a ferry port. Both are 30 minutes away!