Know before you go
Parking informationGrass car park at entrance
Most areas accessible via wide firm grassy paths. Short stretches of boardwalk
When to visit
Opening timesOpen at all times
Best time to visitAnytime
About the reserve
These abandoned clay pits have developed into ponds and pools rich with aquatic plant and insect life.
Species such as water stick-insect and several rare species occur here. Nationally protected great crested newts breed in the ponds and the picturesque seed heads of common reedmace line the edges of the ponds.
- The Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre at Ramsey Heights is one of our key centres of activity. Find out more here.
- Scroll down to see the reserve boundary. Please note the boundary map is for indication purposes only and does not show the Wildlife Trusts definitive land boundary.
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