Situated on the Grand Union canal, Fenny Stratford Moorings lie to the south east of Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire.
The site is conveniently close to places of interest, sporting and leisure venues as well as having excellent transport links to London and Birmingham.
The site is 160 metres long and provides space for up to 8 vessels moored against the towpath.
The site is approx 100 metres north of Bridge 96, the Watling Street road bridge (V4, Bletchley to Fenny Stratford). Access is via steps from the bridge and along the towpath. Alternatively, there is access from Lock View Lane, off Simpson Road, by crossing the swing bridge at Fenny Lock and walking south, passing through the cycle barrier and under the railway bridge.
Fenny Stratford; Bletchley
Facilities, including water, elsan disposal and refuse disposal, are available on the offside of the canal at Fenny Lock, approx 100 metres north of the site. Facilities are for the use of all boaters.
There is no designated car parking so moorers must make alternative arrangements.
The moorings run along a well-used tar and chip towpath, with a grass strip next to the edge.
There are several pubs within walking distance of the site, as well as local shops and amenities.
Fenny Stratford, just a quarter of a mile from the site is considered a town in its on right and has a number of shops and other local amenities. One mile away, Bletchley, has more shops and a popular weekly market.
All customer items must be stored on boats and not on any of the surrounding land areas
The mooring site has no access restrictions and can be viewed at any time.