Moore Nature Reserve

        
Moore Nature Reserve

Moore Nature reserve is a 186 acre reserve made up of five large man-made lakes surrounded by woods, meadows, ponds and wetlands. located a stones throw away from junction 11 of the M56.

There is a 5km network of paths and hides to explore and the reserve is a haven for wildlife, including over 130 species of birds plus mammals, insects, plants, amphibians and fungi. Lots of butterflies and dragonflies to spot too!

There is a series of great events running throughout the year! Visit the website for more information.

https://www.merseyforest.org.uk/things-to-do/walks-bike-rides-and-more/walks/moore-nature-reserve/

Directions to Moore Nature Reserve

From the A56 (from Warrington or the M56 J11) turn at the traffic lights opposite the Walton Arms public house, following the sign for Moore. From Moore village turn right into Moore Lane. Follow this road over the swingbridge to arrive at Moore Nature Reserve.
 

Opening Times

Moore Nature Reserve is open 365 days a year.

Locations


Lapwing Lane, Moore, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6XE
01925 444689 Visit website