Stony Stratford Nature Reserve

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    Stony Stratford Nature Reserve provides a variety of artificially created wetland habitats especially for waterfowl and waders. There is a dipping platform located on a lake within the reserve that is known locally for being home to a variety of dragonflies and damselflies.

    Please dress appropriately when visiting our Nature Reserve especially during the summer months when insects are likely to be present. 

    Follow the walking route

    Car parking
    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.

    Disabled access
    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.

    Facilities at Stony Stratford Nature Reserve
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    How to get here

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