Bilsborrow Wharf L1

Bilsborrow moorings are located within a small village on the Lancaster Canal directly north of Preston.

The mooring site is approximately 170m long and provides space for up to 11 vessels moored against the off-side bank.

Site Facilities
Elsan Disposal
Nearest Road

The mooring site is off the A6 in the village of Bilsborrow and is approximately four miles south of Garstang.

Nearest Station

Preston

Nearest Town

Garstang

Additional Information

Canal & River Trust facilities, including a water point, elsan and refuse disposal, are immediately adjacent to the mooring site, on the north side, and are shared with passing boaters.

There are mooring rings at this site but pins may be needed dependent on boat length. The site is 158 metres long and is currently occupied by 9 boats.

The site does not have car parking so moorers must make alternative arrangements.

Access to the mooring site is via a locked gate to the rear of Old Duncombe House bed and breakfast, immediately off the A6. An anti vandal key is required for this lock.

Waterway
Lancaster Canal
Car Parking
None/Public Road
Gated Access
BW Key
Grade
Standard
Viewing Arrangements

The site can be seen from the towpath, but access to the site must be arranged with the Mooring Manager.

  • Elsan Disposal
  • Toilets
Leanne Higham
07770 610213 or 0303 040 40 40
leanne.higham@canalrivertrust.org.uk