Ufton Fields Nature ReserveParks & Walks
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
Managed in partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Ufton Fields Nature Reserve is a beautiful wildlife haven.
Safe for children of all ages with all-weather footpaths providing access to varied habitats in every season. The site is noted for its abundance of butterflies, dragonflies, wild flowers and birds. Many unusual plants thrive at this Nature Reserve, which was formed after limestone excavations ceased. It is home to 15 types of dragonfly and 28 different butterflies.
Ufton Fields Nature Reserve
Walking: A mostly flat, circular, waymarked surfaced footpath leads walkers around the site.
Facilities: Toilets, fishing lake, bird hides and picnic spots.
Dogs: Dogs are welcome under effective control. Please remember to clear up after your pet.
Parking: There is a small car park off Ufton Fields Lane. Please note the barrier height is 2.1m.
Accessibility: Wheelchair and buggy accessible paths. However please be aware there are wooden kissing gates at the path entrance. Unfortunately mobility scooters cannot currently get through.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust: Wappenbury Wood is managed by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, who's mission is to bring people closer to nature and create a land rich in wildlife. Click here to sign up for a membership.
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