West & Coal House Entrance: New River Path via Lordship Road, N16 5HQ
East & New River Studio Entrance: 1 Newnton Close, N4 2RH
DOGS POLICY: To prevent disturbance to the wildlife at this nature reserve, no dogs (including dogs on leads) are allowed at Woodberry Wetlands except for registered guide and assistance dogs.
Alcoholic beverages, barbecues, fishing, swimming and cycling are strictly forbidden on site.
|Mon - Sun: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
|Planned closures Woodberry Wetlands will be closed to the public on the following dates: Sat 13 May / Sun 28 May / Sat 1 July / Sat 5 August / Fri 1 September / Mon 25 Dec & Tues 26 Dec. On these days we host private events that help us to fund our charitable work, protecting nature and wildlife and providing free public access 357 days a year. The reserve closes for two days over Christmas. Woodberry Wetlands is closed for private events on no more than six days a year.|
Coal House Café
The Coal House Café is open daily for delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch. Serving quality roasted coffee and homemade seasonal food with locally sourced ingredients
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 9am – 4pm
Final kitchen orders at 3.30pm.
Entrance via main entrance boardwalk.
We are ten minutes’ walk from Manor House underground station (Piccadilly Line) and Stamford Hill railway station. Alternatively, Harringay Green Lanes overground station is approximately 15 minutes walk.
253 and 254 bus stops are located nearby on Seven Sisters Road.
Please visit Transport for London for detailed travel advice.
Driving and cycling
There is no designated car park for Woodberry Wetlands, but there is limited unrestricted parking on Bethune Road to the east and Fairholt Road to the south. Most of the surrounding area is controlled parking.
Cycling is recommended as an alternative mode of transport. There are cycle stands at both entrances.
Services within the grounds include baby changing and disabled accessible toilet facilities at both the Coal House Café and New River Studio. There is level access into the reserve and there are no steep gradients or steps on the main wheelchair accessible paths. The reserve does not have its own car park and there are street marked Blue Badge bays outside each entrance. The Coal House is accessible except for the roof terrace which does not have step free access. Use Interactive Maps to identify nearest disabled parking bays and distance from public transport routes.