Tel : 01604 810970
Fax : 01604 812661
Located off the A4500, 6 miles east of Northampton.
A very scenic Country Park, developed from a former water supply reservoir and its surrounding pastureland, close to the village of Earls Barton village.
The original Edwardian pump house buildings and valve tower still survive along with a collection of exotic trees in a small arboretum below the dam. The reservoir is a coarse fishery of national renown, particularly for its Tench which grow to over 10lb. These features allied to new facilities and recent access improvements provide a rewarding day out.
Picnic meadows. Children's adventure playground. Outdoor native butterfly garden. Accessible trails. 3 mile round reservoir trail. Orienteering trail. Accessible Bird hide. Visitor Information Centre with activities, souvenirs and countryside information. Day and season permit coarse fishing (Tench to over10lb, Pike to 30lb). Ranger led countryside activities for schools and groups.
Opening Times The park is open all year round. Toilets open 7.00am to 7.00pm. Toilets closed Christmas Day.
Admission Free admission. Pay and display car parking in operation. Season tickets available.