Common Moor is a popular mooring site located on a rural stretch of the Grand Union Canal close to Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire.
The mooring site lies next to a designated nature reserve with some 40 hectares of grassland and provides a diverse and rich habitat for plants and animals.
Croxley Green is less than half a mile away from the mooring site and provides local services, shops and transport links. Watford town centre is approximately three miles away.
The site is approximately 205 metres long and can accommodate approx. 12 boats.
There is no direct road access to the site. To reach the site from Watford Road, take the un-named, no-through road, opposite Croxley Station to Bridge 170.
The nearest facilities, including drinking water, diesel, LPG, elsan disposal and pump-out (charged), are just under a mile away at Bridgewater Boats, which is on the offside, below Lock 78. A water point is available on the towpath at the top of Lock 78.
Car parking is not available at this site so customers must make alternative arrangements.
The mooring site is south of Bridge 170, on the edge of Common Moor, near Croxley Green.
The site can be reached by a path from Bridge 170, which is a footbridge leading to Common Moor. Access is through the gate on the offside and down the steps to the moored boats. A site specific key is required for the gate and is available to permit holders only.
As from 1st April 2018 - a fully refundable deposit of £50.00 will be charged for a site specific access key.
Please contact the Mooring Manager to arrange a viewing.