Local Walks

Photo courtesy of Kate Davies

You can download essential guides to help you get the most out of  your visit to Stony Stratford.  Click here for a street plan of the town. 

Stony Stratford Town & Riverside Walks

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Town & Riverside Walks

This leaflet provides you with information on historic places of interest for you to visit on your tour of Stony town and a map for your tour. The Town Walk is approximately a mile long and takes around 45 minutes. There are three Riverside walks of varying lengths. Pop into one of the fantastic variety of independent shops along the way. Have a drink or a bite to eat in one of the local cafes, hotels, restaurants or pubs, of which there are a wonderful selection to choose from. Leaflet courtesy Stony Stratford Business Association. Design: Mason Edwards. Copy: Mary Sarre.

Heritage Walks

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Heritage Walk - Market Square

Enjoy one of Stony's great heritage walks.

Heritage Walk - Millfield

Enjoy the a walk around the Millfield with this great map.

Heritage Walk - Higlins Place

Heritage Walk - Bridge Meadow

Heritage Walk - Long Plank

Heritage Walks - Lyon Close

The Parks Trust, Stony Stratford Nature Reserve
See what wildlife you can spot in the beautiful Stony Stratford Nature Reserve when you take the 2.5-mile route in The Parks Trust Virtual Walking Festival: https://www.theparkstrust.com/activities/walking/virtual-walking-festival/walk-2-stony-stratford-nature-reserve

Difficulty Rating: 1
Length: 2.5 miles
Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Car parking: Watermill Lane Car Park MK12 5NZ

Stony Stratford Nature Reserve provides a variety of artificially created wetland habitats especially for waterfowl and waders. This route starts from the car park off Stratford Road, heading up Watermill Lane before following alongside the River Great Ouze. Eventually the route heads underneath the A5 and into the path surrounding the nature reserve itself before eventually making it back down Watermill Lane to the car park.