The Wallingford moorings are situated on the River Thames, a short walk from the centre of Wallingford, with views over the historic castle meadows. Wallingford Town Council manages the moorings on both sides of the river, upstream from Wallingford Bridge.
The moorings can be used free of charge from 9am until 7.30pm daily. A mooring fee of £6 (per boat per night, for boats less than 5 meters) and £12 (per boat per night for boats more than 5 meters) is charged for over night stays during the summer season.
For more information about things to do on the River Thames visit the Thames Path National Trail website.
For information regarding river conditions please visit the Environment Agency's online service here.
Overnight stays on the moorings are currently charged at £6 (per boat per night, for boats less than 5 meters) and £12 (per boat per night for boats more than 5 meters) (1st March to 31st October).
Mooring fees are collected daily by a member of Wallingford Town Council staff. Boat owners or users wishing to stay for more than five nights can make a request to the Wallingford Town Council.
Download a copy of the Wallingford moorings policy here.
Boat owners and users can apply to Wallingford Town Council to use the moorings on a longer term basis during the off-peak period (1 November – 28 February).
Please note during winter moorings boat owners and users must not occupy the mooring for residential purposes.
For more information download a copy of the Wallingford long term winter moorings policy here.