Kingswood Junction is an interesting part of the canal network near Lapworth in Warwickshire. It is the meeting place of the Stratford-Upon-Avon Canal and the Grand Union Canal.
In the vicinity there are some good local pubs, two interesting National Trust properties and excellent walking trails.
In total the Trust provides 37 permanent moorings - 7 along the line of the canal on the off-side bank and a further 30 within a small secure basin at the bottom of the Lapworth Lock Flight.
To reach the site from the M40, junction 16, take the A3400 to Hockley Heath. Turn right onto the B4439, Old Warwick Road, and then right again into Brome Hall Lane. Turn left into the Canal & River Trust staff car park. From there, walk between the buildings where you will see a canal bridge.
The facilities are in a service building directly opposite the moorings. The building can be reached by walking approx 150 metres and crossing the pedestrian bridge.
The pump-out is approx 100 metres away from the site, on the Stratford Canal and on the other side of a lock.
Limited car parking space for 11 cars can be found in the nearby CRT car park. Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis.
The linear mooring is divided into two sections by a railway bridge.
There are two pubs and a convenience store in Lapworth Village.
Easily viewed from the adjacent visitor moorings and public towpath.