Stonebridge is situated close to Tottenham in North London and within the Lee Valley Regional Park. It's position on the River Lee Navigation provides customers with convenient access to the City or an opportunity to cruise north into the more tranquil Hertfordshire/Essex borders.
The Canal & River Trust provides two secure off-side mooring areas, North and South, which are separated by Stonebridge Lock. The southern site provides space for up to 49 vessels and the northern site 16 vessels.
Access to the site is from an unmarked road, signposted Tottenham Marshes, off the A1055 Watermead Way between Edmington and Tottenham Hale. The mooring site is immediately south of Stonebridge Lock, on the offside of the canal.
The nearest town is Tottenham Hale, approximately 3 miles away.
A facilities building is available at the northern end of the site, above Stonebridge Lock. Facilities include toilets & showers (daytime access only). A pump out, drinking water, Elsan and refuse disposal can be found on the towpath side of the canal. These facilities are open to all waterways users and are provided by and under the control of the local waterway, they do not form part of the mooring agreement.
Pump out cards can be purchased from Springfield Marina.
Mooring rings are not installed at this site so mooring pins will be required.
This private site has a gated access and requires a code which will be supplied.
There is a 2 metre height restriction barrier on the access road to the site from the Watermead Way.
Site Specific Rules apply
No public access to boats
Please contact the Moorings Manager to arrange a viewing. Though can be viewed from towpath.