RSPB Northwood Hill overlooks the Thames Marshes. It is a working farm and includes great swathes of flat marshes, where lapwings and avocets breed, where nightingales, whitethroats and many more benefit from the environment. Bluebells, orchards and woods make it an ideal place to visit with viewing points and three trails.

Opening Hours
All times, although car park open from dawn to dusk.

Free but donations welcome.

RSPB aim to make the site accessible to everyone without impinging on their conservation priorities.

Dogs allowed on Saxon Shore Way and bridleways, but be mindful that this is a working farm with occasional vehicles on trails and livestock in fields and orchard.

Picture Credit: © The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).

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