Paxton Pits Nature Reserve covers 77 hectares of lakes, meadow, grassland, scrub and woodland where you can enjoy a wealth of wildlife all year round. The reserve is famous for its nightingales and cormorants and is home to a wide variety of other birds, insects, mammals and flora. Whether you are painting the scenery with watercolours, bird watching or going for a walk, we hope you enjoy your visit.
The nature reserve is open to visitors at all times. The Visitors' Centre is open from approximately 10am to 5pm most days (except Christmas Day).
See our leaflet and map for directions on how to find us.