|Club||Devon Orienteering Club|
|Nearest town||Broadclyst, Exeter|
|Carpark location||By road off Exeter to Cullompton road (B3181); from M5 northbound, exit 30 via Pinhoe and Broadclyst; from M5 southbound, exit 28 Parking: free, 280 yards. Follow signs (do not go up drive to house)|
- Get 'Killerton Family Map 2' for free
- Get 'Killerton Family Map 3' for free
- Get 'Killerton Family Map 1' for free
- Get 'Killerton Beginners Notes' for free
- Get 'Killerton Control Card' for free
- Get 'Killerton Risk Assessment' for free
- Get 'Killerton Control Descriptions March 2016' for free
- Get 'Notes for Group Leaders' for free
- Get 'Leaders' Master Punch Key' for free
- Get 'Killerton Green' for free
- Get 'Killerton Light Green' for free
- Get 'Killerton Orange' for free
- Get 'Killerton Yellow' for free
- Get 'Killerton All Controls' for free
Killerton Park (National Trust) Permanent Orienteering Course
The National Trust and Devon Orienteering Club are currently working on a programme to update the map, review the range of courses on offer and replace posts or plaques where appropriate, The first phase of this update will take place between March -July 2021.
In the meantime please be aware that as at December 2020:
- A significant number of the present red and white plaques are faded and cannot be read, due to sun bleaching.
- Controls 3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 20, 24 and 26 are in locations which are either very overgrown or the post may be missing.
This is a National Trust property, and normal admission prices, times and conditions apply for access to the main part of the property. Please see the National Trust website for details.
Off Exeter-Cullompton road (B3181); from M5 northbound, exit 30 via Pinhoe and Broadclyst; from M5 southbound, exit 28
Tel: 01392 881345
Fax: 01392 883112
Entry Charges & Facilities
See the NT Website
From the ticket office on site for a small fee, or download for free from this site.
Lengths of courses shown are in straight lines between controls, and the estimate of time is for a group walking around. Both will vary depending on your route choice and ability.
Devon OC welcomes any feedback you have on your experience with the permanent course, you can find contact emails and information on other orienteering opportunities in Devon on the club website below.
For details about how to make the best use of Permanent Orienteering Courses, together with important safety considerations, see:
Safety and Risk
Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety whilst using the course.
Other Things to do in the Area
For details see: National Trust
Maps Available From
This portal or the National Trust entrance desk
- White and/or yellow standard controls suitable for beginners
- Orange and/or light green standard controls suitable for people with some experience
- Green colour standard or above controls available for experienced orienteers