Horse Riding at Stanwick Lakes
The former railway line provides a linear route running from Irthlingborough towards Thrapston (approximately six miles) which can be used by horse riders.
Stanwick Lakes is a nature reserve and special site for its wildlife and particularly for its breeding and over-wintering birds. It is also a mixed-use site which attracts a variety of visitors including many families with young children. With this in mind we have put together a code of conduct for horse-riders. If you follow the code, you will enjoy yourself, protect the wildlife and allow other people to enjoy their activities too.
Stanwick Lakes Horse Riding Code
- Please pass pedestrians and cyclists slowly and take extra care when passing walkers with dogs or children.
- Within the main Stanwick Lakes site, please keep to a walk at all times.
- Follow the marked horse routes and keep to the grass to the side of the path where possible.
- Be sure to close all gates behind you.
- Wear a British Standard Approved riding hat at all times
- Riders use the routes at their own risk – Rockingham Forest Trust take no responsibility for injury to riders, horses or any third party involved in an accident with horses.