Welcome To Ivybridge – Gateway to The Moors 

The Ivybridge Information Centre is the town’s resource centre for local and visiting people, holding information on almost everything that happens in Ivybridge. 

Whether you are looking for a good walk, bus timetables, recycling bags, train times, maps of the local area, leaflets, or whats on, our centre can provide you with all the information you need.

Ivybridge is one of South Devon’s vibrant market towns. Nestled under Dartmoor, we are 'The Gateway to the Moors'. We are also ‘The Friendly face of Shopping' with dozens of local shops selling products and services for all so don’t miss a beautiful local town.

Here at The Watermark we stock the corn starch bin liners

For the Caddy Bins (£3.00 for 50) & Outdoor Brown Bins (£3.25 for 5), we also provide the Blue & Clear Recycling bags (FREE). They can be collected throughout the week.

The Watermark is one of the few places you can still get the Official Two Moors Way guide. 

If you are planning on doing the walk (or part of it) this is a must have guide! The Two Moors Way is a long-distance walking route between Ivybridge on the southern edge of Dartmoor and Lynmouth on the North Coast of Exmoor, comprehensively waymarked except on the open moorland sections. It has a total length of 102 miles (163 km), makingit an ideal week’s walk. You can purchase the Two Moors Way guide over the phone by calling us on 01752 897035.

We have a number of items available for purchase in The Information Centre. If you would like to enquire about an item, please phone us on 01752 897035

  • Ivybridge Town Guide
  • Ivybridge Walking Guides
  • OS Maps 
  • Local interest books including Tor Mark Books
  • Devon County Two Moors Way book 
  • The South West Coast Path guides
  • Dartmoor News and Dartmoor Magazine
  • Dartmoor Calendar
  • Postcards 
  • Cards by local artists and photographers
  • We also have a range of local murder mystery and treasure trails for Ivybridge and surrounding areas, these are great for all the family to enjoy. Follow the clues to see the best sights in Devon with a choice of walking, driving or cycling trails.