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Stanstead Innings (1, 2, 3 on map)
Stanstead Innings is one of the jewels in the Lee Valley Regional Park fisheries portfolio!
Three large settlement lagoons for the Lee Flood Relief system totalling 125 acres!
Ashley is a picturesque 16.5 acre mature gravel pit with a host of underwater features.
The section offers a number of swims varying in sizes to suit both specimen and general anglers.
Glen Faba is a mature gravel pit of just over 67 acres with natural, grassy banks and swims.
Admirals Walk is a quiet 25 acre open gravel pit with natural banks and informal swims.
North Met Pit
The North Met Pit is a mature gravel pit of 58 acres divided into two.
Cornmill Stream (Waltham Abbey Gardens)
The Waltons Walk section of Lee Flood Relief Channel from Highbridge Street to David Stoker Sluice offers a large number of swims varying in sizes to suit both specimen and general anglers.
Dobbs Weir (disabled site)
A great site in the north of the park with six accessible swims
Slipe Lane Pits
This venue comprises of four gravel pits, Lea, Railway,Marsh and Boot Pit, consisting of 25 acres in total.
This 35 acre mature gravel pit is one of the premier big fish waters in the Lee Valley!
Highbridge Street (disabled site)
Perfectly situated in River Lee Country Park with five accessible swims