Watford to Moor Park Tube Walk

Watford to Croxley

On leaving Watford underground station I turn left and go down some of the local streets.

On Watford Road I cross the Grand Union Canal. Here I spot someone sailing a canal boat. On these walks I’ve passed many canals and seen plenty of canal boats, but this is the first time that I have seen a moving one!

I continue south west on Watford Road. At the end of Watford Road I reach a town centre.

Just beyond the town centre is Croxley tube station.

Croxley to Moor Park

I walk down a footpath and pass the Grand Union Canal again. I then walk into Croxley Common Moor and follow the southbound footpath.

At the south end of the moor I reach an area I passed on my Rickmansworth to Moor Park walk. Instead of following the same route on Moor Lane I head east on a cycle and walking path.

I keep going east until I reach Vicarage Road. Here I walk south on a footpath through a farmer’s field and past another fishing lake.

Many of the houses round here are connected to the waterways.

The final part of the route is on Sandy Lodge Lane. This is a private road with large houses on it. On the south side is the Sandy Lodge Golf Club.

At the west end of Sandy Lodge Lane is a second entrance to Moor Park tube station.

Metropolitan Line Walk – Day 3 Summary

This part of the walk took close to two hours to complete.

One thought on “Watford to Moor Park Tube Walk”

  1. hello ,Im glad Im writeing U,the watford is wonderfule, so nice,when I was 10 i was in watford about 3 moths, I live there,I miss the place,I hope I come again to visit U,and my brother,bb HAVE A NICE DAY,THANKS for everthing.

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