Sculthorpe Moor

(Last visited July 2018)

We found Sculthorpe Moor in summer 2018 and it’s very access-friendly. It’s all board-walk apart from a short section at the beginning. Wheelchairs, pushchairs and double pushchairs will be absolutely fine.

It has a nice mix of landscapes and features: woodland, rivers, streams, bridges, dykes, benches, information points, scrubland and fields. It’s not a very long walk, maybe just over a mile in total.

The reserve is usually open seven days per week, 8am–4pm, last entry usually 3pm, but at time of writing it is closed due to Covid – please see website for latest information. Entrance is by donation – £6 donation is suggested from adult visitors.

Hawk and Owl Trust members and Supporters of Sculthorpe are free but there is also no charge for children under 16. When we visited pre-Covid there was a café and toilets but it is worth contacting them before visiting to see what the current state of play is when you visit. I’ve unfortunately had no response to information requests via email so I would suggest phoning.

  • Length of walk: c.1 mile
  • Café: Yes (but pre-Covid-19 – check website for updates)
  • Play area: No
  • Pushchairs & wheelchairs: Yes
  • Dogs: No
  • Toilets: Yes (pre-Covid-19 – check website for updates)
  • Seats: Yes
  • Picnic area: No
  • Opening times: Open seven days per week, 8 am–4 pm. Last entry is 3pm.
  • Entrance fee: £6 suggested donation
  • Parking: Free – NR21 9GN (what3words:
  • Website (with map):

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