Kinver is a delightful village situated close to Stourport on the banks of the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal. The surrounding sandstone hills, the Kinver Edge Country Park and easy-walking trails attracts many visitors in the summer.
The towpath site provides space for up to 38 vessels in total, some with electricity and some without.
The mooring site is approx. 200 metres above Kinver Lock, to the north west of Bridge 29 (Dunsley Road). From the A449 turn off towards Kinver and head for the village. You will approach the Vine pub and a canal bridge. After the bridge turn immediately right into the entrance where you will approach a padlocked gate. Follow this drive until you arrive at the car park.
A shared electricity stanchion is adjacent to the mooring space. These are fitted with smart meters that supply electricity by pre-payment using an on-line account.
The facilities block (housing a toilet & elsan point), is located part-way along these towpath moorings, this is where you will also find the pump-out and a water point. There is a refuse compound located behind the facilities block, next to a small parking area. These facilities are not a dedicated for the Kinver mooring customers, as they are open for use by passing boats, as well as other canal users.
Access for vehicles onto the lane adjacent to these moorings is for mooring permit holders only and keys can be purchased from the Moorings Manager upon payment of a £50 deposit for each key, which is refundable upon return.
All customer items must be stored on their boat and not on any of the surrounding land at the mooring site.
The site can be viewed at anytime from the towpath. Please have consideration for other mooring users