Staines Moor

Wide open field with riverStaines moor, just off the M25 is a great place, rarely visited by the public except for a couple of dog walkers, it is ideal as you can see anyone coming from miles around, and the river is shallow enough to paddle in when it is hot.
Naturists not strictly allowed
Description of place:Staines Moor
Facilities :No food or drink sales
No overnight accommodation
Family or Adults only:Family friendly
Visitors per dayUp to 10
Naturists per day:1 to 3

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51° 27' 7.4916" N, 0° 31' 7.7304" W


Staines Moor is like an area

Staines Moor is like an area of open land in the countryside but in an extremely urban area. The grassland is mostly used the local farm for its animals. The paths nearest the reservoir and river are used by dog walkers, but not many, nearer the motorway is quieter. Been several times with friends from nearby Datchet for nude walks and leisure. Ground can be very wet there though.

Hi MasseurNaturel, I've often

Hi MasseurNaturel, I've often thought of going but didn;t know if it would be too busy with dog walkers etc. What time of day or day of the week would you recommend ? i wou;d imagine its pretty wet there at the moment with all the rain we've had. 

Yes it does get busy with dog

Yes it does get busy with dog walkers, the paths are generally good but the whole area gets very wet as it's a moor/floodland. Most dog walkers avoid midday so it's quieter then, also late afternoon/early evenings. We've stayed until sunset but be careful after dark it's unlit other than by the motorway. Path by the reservoir makes for an enjoyable nude walk before sunset.

This isn't far from where I

This isn't far from where I work. Is there a carpark nearby? Or anywhere recommended to park please?

I made an attempt to get on

I made an attempt to get on to Staines Moor last Wednesday with no success.
Having parked in Hithermoor Road, I made my way down the concrete path (reservoir to the left) and eventually found a path off to the right. This turned out to be impassable due not only to the nettles ( who on earth would wear shorts on a warm day?) but to the rapidly deteriorating path which would have been tricky in walking boots.
As I did not have time on the day I will have to try again by parking on Moor Lane.
More directions or advice would be appreciated.

I have a very good aerial

I have a very good aerial photo of Staines Moor but can't see how to upload it here. Best place to park is Moor Lane, the tree lined road that becomes a path adjacent to the motorway. The moor to the right of the river in the photo (i.e. nearest the motorway) is sometimes used, mostly by dog walkers. Over the bridge to the left of the river (i.e. nearest the reservoir) is more peaceful. There is a path alongside the river that makes for a nice nude walk. Typically it is very quiet there, not many people use it, but there is noise from the motorway and planes from Heathrow.