Children reveal their top summer holiday days out in Devon

Making dams on Dartmoor is great fun

Making dams on Dartmoor is great fun - Credit: Archant

Pupils from Newton Abbot’s Decoy Primary School give their recommendations for great days out in Devon

With the arrival of the school summer holidays, parents across Devon will be looking for ideas of places to take the children for a great day out.

Devon Life went to six experts - pupils at Newton Abbot’s Decoy Primary School - and asked them about the places they love in the county.

Jack Baker told us about Newton Abbot’s Decoy Park. You can read his report about the unique Fenland here.

Jack Moulton wrote about Teignmouth, his favourite place in Devon with beautiful beaches as red as rubies. Click here to learn about crabbing.

Erin Crowhurst says Newton Abbot is just getting better. She loves the cattle market and says there is also an awesome skate park. Read her report here.

Daisy Aylott-Loader says Torquay is a brilliant place for residents and visitors. She loves going to watch Torquay United at Plainmoor. Click here for her story.

Thomas Taylor has a great time on Dartmoor, paddling in the river, making dams and climbing on Haytor. Find out which village he likes best on the moor here.

Cameron Furze has investigated the activities on offer at Decoy Country Park in Newton Abbot, by asking users about things to do there. See what he discovered here.

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