Leighton Moss Nature Reserve (Carnforth) Reviews
Description:Address: Carnforth / Lancashire / Telephone: 01524 701601 / Follow the nature trails and enjoy the wildlife.
Newest Review: ... to nature reserves, I find that my membership actually saves me money. Leighton Moss has some wheelchair access, the visitor centre and a couple of the hides are also accessible. The paths are, in general, smooth and dry. There are over 4 miles of paths on the reserve. Leighton Moss is home to a number of reed bed specialist bird species that are rare in the North of England. This is the ... more
Customer Leighton Moss Nature Reserve (Carnforth) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/02/09 (Very useful, 158 readings)
Leighton Moss is a lovely nature reserve in the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, near Carnforth in Lancashire. Leighton Moss is owned and managed by the RSPB and is the largest area of reed bed in the North of England. The nature reserve is signposted from the M6 motorway (junction 35a) and is about three miles from the motorway exit, mostly through country lanes (tip, follow the signs for Leighton Hall first, then Leighton Moss). Parking is easy at Leighton Moss, there are two large car parks, on the reserve and over the road. There is an entry fee (£4.50 for adults, £1 for children), but, as usual, RSPB members get in ... Read the complete review
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