Stanwick Lakes is known for its wild birds, particularly for waterfowl but a huge variety of birds are regularly spotted. There are several hides and a feeding station. Muntjac deer are regular visitors to the feeding area
Over 15 lakes, ponds and marginal habitat provide perfect areas for waterbirds, particularly those lakes with an open nature and emerging islands.
Several pairs of Great Crested Grebes breed here and we might see some early pairing.
It has toilets and cafe
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place or if you have any queries about the outing
Free to RPS Members, £5 for non-members
Car Parking: £3.80
- Venue Information
Toilets and Refreshments when site is open 7am 03pm
(please note this is a popular family country park so can get very busy - hopefully a Monday will be relatively quiet)
Rockingham Forest Trust
- Stanwick Lakes