Stony Stratford Nature Reserve
About Stony Stratford Nature Reserve
Discover the beauty of Stony Stratford Nature Reserve, a park re-established in 2008 with the support of the Riverside Parks Group. With cleared islands and renovated bird hides, the nature reserve offers nesting grounds and thriving wetland habitats for wildfowl and waders such as Kingfishers. Make sure to take advantage of the picturesque lake with its dipping platform, known for its vibrant dragonflies and damselflies. We encourage visitors to dress appropriately, especially during the Summer when insects are likely to be present for you to make the most of the peaceful nature found at Stony Stratford Nature Reserve.
There is a dedicated car park off at Stony Stratford Nature Reserve off Queen Eleanor Street. Nearest postcode: MK11 1DB
There are no public toilets in the park.
Mixed; the path on the northern side of the reserve, accessed from the car park is hard surfaced and connected to the routes into other areas of the Ouse Valley park. The path on the southern side of the reserve is woodchip and therefore not suitable for wheelchairs.