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Croxley Common Moor

Croxley Common Moor - Local Nature Reserve (LNR) and designated Site of Special Scientific Interest

Historic grassland depending on the River Gade, offering volunteering opportunities and excellent scenery to be soaked up on a leisurely walk.

Croxley Common Moor covers 41.9 hectares and has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest as well as a Local Nature Reserve because of its special plantlife and community value. The moor has over 130 different types of plants in addition to numerous ant hills made by yellow meadow ants which form a series of mounds across the Local Nature Reserve. These ants make a tasty meal for green woodpeckers which can often be heard 'yaffling' in the background.

Volunteering at Croxley Common Moor

Croxley Common Moor is one of the best sites for wildlife in the country, in particular its wildflowers. To help keep it this way we need your help. Join the Friends of Croxley Common Moor on the second Sunday of each month at 10am to lend a helping hand. Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary.

Walks around Croxley Common Moor

The Countryside Management Service offers more information related to Croxley Common Moor and provides detailed information on the 3.5km hike around Croxley Common Moor.

To find Croxley Common Moor Local Nature Reserve please download the location map. To find information on other Three Rivers’ Local Nature Reserves visit the Three Rivers main website.