Kingsbury Water Park is a Warwickshire County Council managed green space, in the North of the county, at grid reference SP2097 . It has 15 lakes situated in over 600 acres of country park.
The West Midland Bird Club has been involved in advising on the development of bird habitats at the park for some years.
The Club had an information centre at Kingsbury for many years; this is now closed.
The new SITA bird hide at Kingsbury Water Park was officially opened on Monday, 9 September 2002, by the Chairman of the SITA Environmental Trust, John Leaver.
New information panels have also been placed in the hides and alongside the canal overlooking the tern island. The ceremony marked the completion of the make-over for the Cliff Pool Nature Reserve, with which the Club has been closely involved.
The Water Park is open to the public; admission is free (car park fees apply) .
For more details, please see Warwickshire CC's page about the Water Park , which includes a map, public transport information and other details.
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