Planning your visit to Blakeney National Nature Reserve

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Planning a visit to Blakeney National Nature Reserve but not quite sure how to get here, where to park or what facilities are available? Here is some helpful information to help you plan your visit.


Where to park your car...


Morston Quay Car Park

Parking is free for National Trust members and £6 all day for non-National Trust members. £8 cars and trailers, £10 coaches. Satnav: NR25 7BH. Please note: parts of this car park are subject to tidal flooding.

Blakeney Quay

Blakeney Quay Car Park

Parking is free for National Trust members and £6 all day for non-National Trust members. Satnav: NR25 7NE. This car park is jointly owned and managed by Blakeney Parish Council and National Trust. Please note: this car park is subject to tidal flooding.

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Stiffkey Greenway Car Park

Stiffkey Greenway Car Park is a small rough surface car park with enough room for approximately 25 cars. If it is busy then please leave and come back later. Parking is free. Satnav: NR23 1QF

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Cley Beach Car Park (for Blakeney Point)

The charging period is from 10am to 5pm every day, charging will be for a half day rate (3 hours) at £3 and a full day rate (6 hours) at £5. Free for Norfolk Wildlife Trust Members, chargeable for everyone else, including National Trust members. Cley Beach Car Park is owned by Norfolk Wildlife Trust.

Your nearest toilets...

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Morston Quay

There are separate ladies and gents toilets and an accessible toilet available for all to use. We are following an enhanced cleaning schedule that will result in short closures during the day to allow cleaning. We ask for your patience in waiting whilst we carry this out.

Blakeney Quay

Blakeney Quay

The public toilets at Blakeney Quay are open and are just across the road from the car park. These toilets with disabled facilities are managed by North Norfolk District Council and are open all year round.

The iconic blue Blakeney Point Lifeboat House

Blakeney Point

The toilets on Blakeney Point are open.

Thank you

We couldn't do it without you

From membership, to car parking or buying from our shop or refreshments kiosk; every time you visit you are helping to look after this special place.