Buying Tickets to Okehampton
Anytime Day Return£
Exeter-Okehampton. Travel outward at any time and return the same day.
Okehampton station is well situated for wandering through the woods and park into town, or heading out to explore Dartmoor or the Granite Way.
From the station, take the scenic stroll into town through the ornamental gardens of Simmons Park (walk directions).
Okehampton has some great independent shops to explore, not least in the town’s Victorian Arcade, and plenty of good quality eateries.
The trail crosses the towering Meldon Viaduct with great panoramic views. Stop off and explore the popular Meldon Reservoir. Arrive in Lydford and explore the castle or the National Trust’s Lydford Gorge.
Crediton is a lively market town that benefits from a thriving high street full of independent shops. The town is a short walk from the station (which has a great tea rooms – pictured) but it is well worth the trip for its crafts, gifts, antiques, delicatessens and more.
Exeter Central station is located right in the heart of the city, just a short walk from the Princesshay shopping centre (pictured above – photo: Visit Exeter) and the city’s magnificent cathedral. Attractions include John Lewis and other major retailers, the historic quayside, and tours of the city’s medieval underground passageways.