For 2021-22, Truro City are groundsharing at : Plymouth Parkway FC, Bolitho Park, St Peter's Road, Manadon, Plymouth, PL5 3JG (Plymouth Parkway website gives PL5 3JH). St Peter's Road is accessed at the Manadon Interchange, a triple-stacked junction where the A38 Devon Expressway crosses the A386 Plymouth-Tavistock road. The A38 is the bottom stack, the A386 is the top stack, the roundabout to change direction is the middle stack. St Peter's Road is the exit immediately after the A38 eastbound exit slip joins the roundabout (the fourth exit on the roundabout when exiting from the A38 westbound). On entering St Peter's Road, immediately keep left to bear left to remain on St Peter's Road. Keep driving until the entrance to the Manadon Sports and Community Hub is seen on the right - this site contains Plymouth Parkway FC - once inside the hub bear right to the ground. The Manadon Hub contains parking for about 100 cars and may be well used; the Plymouth Parkway website does not give any information on parking within the ground confines. It may be necessary to use nearby street parking, if so, please park considerately.
London Paddington to Plymouth - station is approx. 3 miles from the ground. Turn right on leaving Plymouth Station, then turn left onto Saltash Road. Continue ahead at roundabout into Cobourg Street, passing the University, then turn left into Drake Circus. Here there are 4 bus stops lettered U1, U2, U3, and U4 - the bus for Plymouth Parkway FC (Plymouth Citybus route 62) leaves from stop U2 (information correct as at October 2019). Also see Directions for Bus below. Note that Drake Circus becomes North Hill.
Plymouth Citybus route 62 from Plymouth (North Hill, University, 9 min walk from Plymouth Station) to Plymouth (St Peter’s Road, Ruskin Stores) half hourly, journey time approx. 23 min. Return bus is Plymouth Citybus route 61. Bus stop is opposite entrance to Manadon Sports and Community Hub. Enter hub, then bear right to ground, ground on left is Plymouth Argyle Development FC. [Information courtesy of Andy Edwards and the Non League Matters website , to whom many thanks - taken from the "Getting to Football: 2019-20 edition" published by Andy Edwards in the General Discussion section of the Non League Matters Forums on the NLM website.]