24-hour access is available, however the car park will be open from dawn to dusk.
There is free parking at the site. Car park open dawn until dusk.
Unfortunately there are no public toilets on site however there are a number of pubs in the surrounding villages such as Twywell, Cranford, Woodford and Barton Seagrave.
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The nearest pub is the Red Lion, 42 High St, Cranford, Kettering NN14 4AA. The Old Friar at Twywell is also located to the rear of the site.
There is a large open space which is accessible for wheelchairs, mobility scooters and pushchairs, but there are some areas which are not suitable.
Paths are unsurfaced and range in condition from good to challenging in places.
Well behaved dogs are welcome on site. We will be looking to graze the site at certain times throughout the year so there may be periods where dogs may need to be kept on their leads in particular areas.
Things to do
A variety of walking routes are available, which vary in degree of difficulty. There are picnic benches close to the car park and plenty of grassed space for family fun.
Conservation, Wildlife, Flora, Fauna
This site is particularly interesting for butterflies and species such as Dingy Skipper, Green Hairstreak, Common Blue can often be seen. Botany is excellent on site and some areas are fenced off to protect the wildflowers in areas of Specific Scientific Interest.
Other nearby attractions
The Nene Valley, Stanwick Lakes, Thrapston (Historic Market Town).
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