Café and Gift Shop

Shop display of toys

Licensed Café

After enjoying your walk, take a well deserved rest in our Woodland Café. With views of the our woodland, meerkats, goats and giant tortoises this is a lovely place to stop and take a break. We serve a range food, from cream teas and cakes, to burgers and panini's. We have a number of gluten free and vegan options too, just speak to a member of staff who will be happy to help and advise you.

boy in gift shop

Gift Shop

We are proud to support a number of local suppliers and makers and offer a range of souvenirs from pocket money items to lovely gifts.

families enjoying meal on picnic tables

Picnic Area

We have a lovely picnic area the woodland with seating and additional space for your own picnic blankets.

Google reviews

elisha b

Apr 20, 2024.

Beautiful place. Friendly staff who are very helpful. Plenty of parking. Affordable. The animals were well looked after, and you can pay £1 to feed them, they also give talks about them and ofer animal encounter experiences in the reptile house. There is a cafe, toilets, gift shop, reptile house, several walks, waterfalls and picnic areas. You could easily spend all day there.


Feb 29, 2024.

We had a great time at Becky Falls, we (a 73 year old and one of us carrying a baby) followed the purple trail which takes you down alongside the river, through the ancient woodland, up a steep path through the woods and back along the other side of the river. So peaceful, incredible scenery and the informative signs along the route were a bonus. Personally not a fan of the animal area but the rest was definitely worth a visit.

Damian Cannon

Mar 26, 2024.

Becky Falls is definitely worth a visit if you're in the area and have a mixture of age groups in your party. On one hand you can explore a very attractive environment via the several paths that loop around the falls and the river. And on the other there is a small but interesting range of animals for children to see and enjoy - especially if they like creepy-crawlies. I'm not sure that you could spend the whole day here, making it a slightly expensive excursion if you don't book in advance, but you can certainly fill a morning or an afternoon. There's also an on-site café that provides a reasonable range of standard dishes and these seemed to go down well with the kids. All in all Becky Falls was a worthwhile side trip and certainly easier than walking in the hills!

Amy-Louise Prescott

Mar 30, 2024.

Came to Devon for the weekend and Becky Falls gave us the experience we came for! We did the purple trail with a two year old. Not majorly difficult if able bodied but can be slippy if wet! Great day and the sound/views of those streams are captivating!


Apr 03, 2024.

beautiful park, the red and purple trail were very steep but the prettiest parts of the park by far, if you go during the wetter months, definitely bring some wellies and a good coat! overall an amazing place, even in the pouring rain


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