Ufton Fields Nature Reserve


“This 100 acre site, managed in partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, is a wildlife haven with all-weather footpaths providing access to varied habitats in every season. The site is noted for its abundance of butterflies, dragonflies, wild flowers and birds.

Many unusual plants thrive at this Nature Reserve, which was formed after limestone excavations ceased. It is also home to 15 types of dragonfly and 28 different butterflies. A mostly flat, circular, waymarked surfaced footpath will lead walkers around the site.”

At a glance


Nearest facilities at the White Hart Inn in Ufton.

Special needs

Please phone 02476 305592 for details.

Barbecues and fires

Barbecues and fires are not allowed but picnics are welcome.


Dogs allowed on a lead only, waste bins are available. Dogs in the countryside