Stanwick Lakes is a unique 750-acre countryside attraction and nature reserve in the heart of Northamptonshire's Nene Valley.
There are many things to do at Stanwick Lakes for a full day. The central adventure playground with climbing tower, slides, and sand-and-water play appeals to all age groups. Further afield, challenges await on the assault course or by tackling the climbing rocks or zip wire on the adventure trail.
For peace and quiet, there's a network of surfaced paths which lead away from the hustle and bustle of the hub area to the wider site, where it's possible to watch the wildlife undisturbed. The bird hides and feeding station provide the ideal opportunity to get close to the wildlife.
Take in the beauty of the site during a picnic or admire the views from a lakeside seat in the café.
Discover more about the site's history on the heritage trail, and view archaeological finds (including a section of a Roman floor mosaic) in the visitor centre.
The majority of the facilities are wheelchair accessible, including the visitor centre, toilets, rangers' log cabin, bird hide, the network of footpaths and cycle paths, and areas within the central adventure playground. A lift is situated
in the café area to allow disabled visitors to access the mezzanine seating area (where the archaeological finds are kept).