Patch Bridge South L1

Situated close to the pretty village of Slimbridge, Patch Bridge Moorings are a good base from which to explore the delights of the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.

Slimbridge Wetlands Centre, Purton Hulks boat graveyard and Gloucester's historic docks are all within easy reach of this popular mooring site.

The site is approximately 300m long and provides space for up to 16 boats moored against the off-side.

Site Facilities
Drinking Water Refuse Disposal
Nearest Road

From the M5 (junction 13 or 14) take the turning for Slimbridge off of the A38, at the roundabout with a turning for Dursley A4135. From St Johns Road carry on into Kingston Road, which leads to Patch Bridge (approximately one and a half miles from the roundabout).

Nearest Station

Dursley

Nearest Town

Stroud

Additional Information

There are two water points located along the visitor moorings section, which are shared with passing boaters. One water point is approximately 70 metres from the site entrance and the other is approximately 170 metres. The refuse disposal point is alongside the bridge control cabin.

There is no car park for this site so moorers must make their own arrangements.

Saul Junction (approx 6 miles north) has a full range of facilities including water, refuse, elsan, pump-out, toilets, showers and launderette.

The mooring site is to the south of Patch Bridge in the village of Slimbridge, adjacent to a touring camp site and a pub.

Waterway
Gloucester & Sharpness Canal
Car Parking
None/Public Road
Facilities Block
No
Gated Access
BW Key
Grade
Basic
Viewing Arrangements

The mooring site has no access restrictions and can be viewed at any time. Please have consideration for the other moorers on site.

  • Drinking Water
  • Refuse Disposal
Maria Osborne
01452 318048
maria.osborne@canalrivertrust.org.uk