Wheaton Aston is a friendly village situated between Stafford and Telford on the Shropshire Union Canal.
This picturesque setting is popular with visitors, in part due to the stunning wildflower rich floodplain meadows which border the site. Managed as a series of hay meadows for centuries, they now attract a variety of wildlife and are a nationally important nature reserve.
The location has a popular canalside pub just a few minutes' walk from the site and shared facilities on the towpath site. There are 11 moorings in total, all on the off-side bank, with 7 spaces provided below Wheaton Aston Lock and a further 4 provided above the lock.
Track alongside Tavern Bridge which runs parallel to the Canal
The nearest facilities, including drinking water, toilets, elsan and refuse disposal, are in a sanitary building approximately quarter of a mile away from the site, at the village services.
Mooring Pins are required at this site. Access to the site is across bridge 18
Car parking is available behind the CSF on a first come, first served basis.
Services including a post office, two pubs and a convenience store can be found in the village. Diesel is sold next to the Tavern Bridge, 200 metres from the moorings.
No public access to boats
The moorings can easily be viewed from the public towpath opposite.