Countryside sites Visit Nature Reserves in East Devon. Content in this section All sites guideDiscover all of East Devon District Council's Nature Reserves Seaton WetlandsSeaton Wetlands is CLOSED Monday to Friday from Monday 2 to Friday 20 July as Western Power Line Distribution move overhead power cables underground. Access to Stafford Marsh facilities, Colyford Common and Island hide can be obtained via Colyford entrance at Popes lane.There is currently no access to Tower Hide. Site and car park will be open as usual from Saturday 21st of July with minor disruption for the week beginning the 23rd July. Please check updates here and via social media @wildeastdevon. There will be total site closure currently planned for Thursday 26 July to allow for removal of current power lines and poles. Holyford Woods Local Nature ReserveA tranquil woodland teeming with wildlife, ideal for a family outing. Delderfield Community Nature ReserveTranquil wildflower meadow with breathtaking views over Sidmouth and across the bay to Portland on a clear day. Honiton Bottom Community Nature ReserveThis site supports a wide range of common plants and wild creatures. The Maer Local Nature ReserveIdeal for a quiet stroll just away from the busy sea front and a secret haven for wildlife. Exmouth Local Nature ReserveFind out more about one of the biggest local nature reserves in Devon. Trinity Hill Local Nature ReserveTrinity Hill Local Nature Reserve is a natural oasis in the midst of conifer plantations. Knapp Copse Local Nature ReserveA perfect mix of woodland, meadows, a stream and spectacular views set in a hidden valley in the heart of East Devon. The Knapp Community Nature ReserveA tranquil green space in Sidmouth with views of the surrounding countryside and across to the sea. Fire Beacon Hill Local Nature ReserveFire Beacon Hill is an area of lowland heath, which offers a bird's eye view of the surrounding countryside and coast. Cranbrook Country ParkCranbrook Country Park managed by Cranbrook Town Council an area of green space in the heart of a brand new community. South west coast pathInformation about the section of the South West Coast Path which is looked after by East Devon District Council Countryside team. East Devon Way circular walksA series of circular walks developed by East Devon Ramblers, East Devon AONB and EDDC in 2015 to help walkers explore the wildlife, heritage and places of interest just off the East Devon Way.