Visiting Seaton Wetlands
Wild East Devon is committed to improving access to Seaton Wetlands for all visitors.
Seaton Wetlands has an accessible toilet. This toilet is always open.
Off-Road Mobility Scooter (Tramper) Hire
An off-road mobility scooter called the Tramper is available for hire when trained staff or volunteers are on duty.
Due to Covid we are currently not hiring the Tramper out during the second England-wide lockdown. We hope to resume hiring in December.
The Seaton Wetlands visual story can be used to help visitors (including those on the autistic spectrum) prepare for their visit.
View the visual story.
Guided visits for visually impaired visitors
We have a number of volunteers who have been trained to guide visitors with a visual impairment around the Wetlands.
Please contact the Wild East Devon team to plan your visit.
British Sign Language (BSL) guided tour for Deaf visitors
Seaton Wetlands offers a BSL guided tour via a series of BSL videos which are viewed using a tablet. The tour takes visitors around the site with an explanation of the main areas.
The video is made by BSL users for BSL users!
Find out about the BSL videos online.
Please contact the Wild East Devon team to arrange to borrow the tablet on your visit.
Working with Heritage Ability to Improve Access
The Countryside team is proud to be working with the lottery funded Heritage Ability project to improve access to Seaton Wetlands.
A number of staff and volunteers have taken part in Disability and Deaf Awareness training in order to make Seaton Wetlands accessible for all.
Contact the Wild East Devon team to plan your visit and discuss access requirements.
Visiting Seaton Marshes
Seaton Marshes is accessible via a gravel track. There are no steps to access the bird hide.
The circular Borrow Pit pond walk is accessible via wheelchair and pushchair.