Water Park Moorings are located in an idyllic rural location on the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal to the west of Kingsbury in north Warwickshire.
The site gets its name from the nearby Kingsbury Water Park, which is a popular breeding ground for birds as well as offering a range of outdoor family friendly activities.
The linear moorings stretch over a distance of 340m and currently provide space for up to 23 vessels moored against the off-side bank.
From M42 junction 9 take the A4097 Kingsbury Road to the first traffic island. Take the first exit left into Bodymoor Heath Road. Bodymoor Heath Canal Bridge is one and a half miles along the road. The site car park is on the right immediately after the bridge.
The water supply is shared with visiting boats. The nearest elsan disposal is at Fazeley Junction on the Coventry Canal, which is just over three and a half mile cruise from the site.
The car park has a padlocked gate which requires a CRT key. Keys can be purchased from any CRT office. Refuse disposal and a wood storage area are in the car park.
There are mooring rings on some sections of the site only so mooring pins may be needed.
A selection of shops can be found in the village of Fazeley (four miles by road). There is a public house five minutes walk away, along the towpath.
From adjacent towpath.