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Free Annual Membership for Ukrainian Refugees and their Host Families.

The team at Canonteign Falls would like to show our support and welcome all Ukrainian refugees to Devon. We are offering free annual memberships for Ukrainian refugees and their host families.  To claim your free membership, click here to buy your membership and then use the code Welcome22 at checkout. Terms and restrictions apply; visit […]

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Queen’s Jubilee Crown – Competition Finalists

  Can you assist us in selecting a winner? We enlisted the help of students from three nearby primary schools to design the front cover of our special jubilee children’s trail booklet.  We asked them to fill out a crown with all the things they adored about nature and the great outdoors. We’ve narrowed the […]

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Canonteign Labyrinth by Adrian Fisher

Canonteign Falls is the site of world-renowned Maze artist Adrian Fisher’s latest Labyrinth.  Seven paved rings have been set into the grass over looking the Devon countryside.  In it’s centre will be placed a polished stainless steel mirror disc Torus by the artist David Harber. The Labyrinth is still under construction and is the vision […]

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Dog Friendly Dartmoor

Dog-Friendly Dartmoor – Canonteign Falls

Canonteign Falls is a stunning natural attraction in the heart of Devon and we love dogs!   Visit for peaceful walks among the waterfalls, lakes, meadows and woodlands.  Escape the crowds and experience the highest waterfall in Dartmoor National Park.  We welcome your four-legged friends inside and out and with 90 acres to explore there […]

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New Moor Otter at Canonteign Falls – Meet Ottmosphere

Ottmossphere’We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our new Otter and Cub ‘Ottmossphere’ by the artist Ann Montogmery.  The purchase of ‘Ottmossphere helped to raise a massive £70,000 for conservation and access projects in Dartmoor National Park.

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Canonteign Falls is a Haven for Butterflies and Dragonflies

It’s the Season for butterflies and dragonflies. As we head into summer the lakes, wildflower meadows and woodland make Canonteign a haven for all kinds of wildlife including butterflies and dragonflies. The abundance of these creatures at Canonteign is largely down to the purity of the water in the lakes, water that originates high on […]

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