The Winnall Moors is always manage as a nature reserve. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust handle the Moor. Also. it is spread on a land on 64 acres. Wildlife on Winnall Moors includes Water Voles and many other animals. Moreover, this is the best place to visit for a calm day to take a walk and enjoy. The perks of this place are that it is never found too busy and has a calming effect to it.

Things to do:


Take a walk down on one of the many trails at Winnall Moors. Look out for Water Voles as you go along the water vole trails. There are flat surface paths for easy walks that make the trail accessible to people with physical impairments.


Explore the wildlife at the Winnall Moor. The nature reserve has Water Voles, Little Grebe, mallard, Mute Swan, Sedge Warbler, Common Darter, Banded Demoiselle, Wigeon, snipe and Siskin.

Walks along the moor:

The hay meadow and chalk stream are popular amongst the crowd. They are visited by people to spend a day with family and friends.

How to get there:

Winnall Moors are open 24 hours and are easy to reach by car or bus.


Take Eastern Lane into Winchester from the M3 junction 9. After 1 mile the road forks right. Right after that on the right is Durngate.


The Winchester Bus station is half a mile away. Turn left on to Broadway from the station. At roundabout turn left onto B3330 (Eastgate street). Turn right down Durngate Terrace and you will find the reserve entrance opposite it.


Durngate Pl, Winchester SO23 8DX, UK