Map of River Wey and Godalming Navigations and Dapdune Wharf
River Wey and Godalming Navigations and Dapdune Wharf
The River Wey was one of the first rivers in Britain to become fully navigable, it opened to commercial river barges in 1653. [more...]
Visiting craft can enter from the Thames at Shepperton or slipways at Guildford or Pyrford. Visitor moorings available at Dapdune Wharf and along towpath side of Navigations.
Arriva 28 Guildford-Woking, Stagecoach Hants and Surrey 20.
Guildford-Aldershot, Arriva 4 Guildford-Park Barn (cricket ground, 100 yards).
View local cycle routes on the National Cycle Network website.
Dapdune Wharf is on Wharf Road to rear of Surrey County Cricket Ground, off Woodbridge Rd (A322), Guildford. Access to rest of Navigations from A3 and M25.
Addlestone , Byfleet and New Haw, Guildford, Farncombe and Godalming all close to the Navigations.
North Downs Way crosses Navigations south of Guildford. Easy access from town centre on foot via towpath.
Ordnance survey reference:
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