Llandinam Gravels Nature Reserve is open, but please take care on the car park, which has become quite muddy and rutted, due to the recent wet weather and increased use
Know before you go
Parking informationPark in the reserve car park, on the left, approx one mile down the (disused railway) track
Waymarked paths across more or less flat ground
Waymarked paths across more or less flat ground. Contact the Trust for disabled access information.
When to visit
Opening timesOpen at all times
Best time to visitMay to July
About the reserve
There's no point in working against such a strong force as the River Severn, so the Trust is working with the river to create a harmonious balance of habitat erosion and creation. In addition to meadows, areas of river shingle provide places for invertebrates to thrive and wading birds can feed and breed in safety. Along the river margins plants grow which attract dragonflies and damselflies, whilst providing cover for birds and otters.
Whilst this reserve is worth a visit at any time of the year, early summer can be the most rewarding, with flower-rich meadows in full bloom and birds breeding in every available space.
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