Brinklow Moorings are situated on a picturesque part of the Oxford Canal in rural Warwickshire. The site provides good access to boaters wishing to explore some of the finest countryside in England or to take in the tourist sights of nearby Warwick, Rugby and Coventry.
The mooring site is 55m long and provides space for up to 3 vessels moored against the towpath.
This site is close to where the B2047 Luterworth Road crosses the canal at Bridge 30.
To access the site, there is a slope leading down from Bridge 30 to the towpath and then it is approx 100 metres south east.
The nearest facilities, including drinking water, refuse disposal and (charged) elsan disposal, are at Rose Narrowboats, approx 300 metres north of the site.
Car parking is not available at this site so moorers must make alternative arrangements.
Mooring rings are installed at the site but mooring pins may be required dependent on boat length and the spacing of rings.
A grass towpath runs the length of the moorings.
The mooring site has no access restrictions and can be viewed at any time.