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The Sculthorpe Reserve grants free entry to Hawk and Owl Trust Members (LINK- open new window) or non-members entrance is by donation for all those over 16 years. All donations go back into the reserve helping the great work continue!

Opening Hours:
Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve is open year-round with the exclusion of adverse weather meaning the reserve isn’t safe for our visitors and a few key dates at Christmas.

The Sculthorpe reserve opens daily from 8 am. The reserve closes at 4 pm during the winter months and 5.00 pm in the summer season.

By Car:
Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve can be found off the A148 Kings Lynn Road just outside Fakenham town. The reserve is clearly signposted and a small track will lead you down to our visitor centre and car park.

The car park offers ample parking, and disabled bays and boasts two electric charging points.

By Bus:
The X29 bus stops at the end of Turf Moor Road, from there the reserve is accessible by foot down a small track that will lead you the Sculthorpe Moor Reserve visitor centre.

Cyclists can access the reserve via the A148 Kings Lynn Road. Please note that this road has no cycle lane.

Family and Disability-Friendly Nature Reserve:
Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve is fully accessible. Mobility scooters, wheelchairs, pushchairs and prams will have easy access to the reserves walkways, hides, and amenities. Baby changing and disabled toilet facilities can be found at the visitor centre.

Assistance dogs are welcome at Sculthorpe (regrettably other dogs are not permitted onto the reserve, there are too many good smells!).

Loos, baby changing, refreshments, disabled parking and electric vehicle parking can all be found at the Sculthorpe reserves visitor centre. There are also picnic benches for those wishing to enjoy a hot drink and a biscuit before heading on or off the reserve.


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