This stretch of the River Ouse is situated alongside the minor road between Harrold and Lavendon and lies upstream of the weir in the village of Harrold. It consists of four meadows and the river generally has a moderate flow. Access is via the grassy track that leads down to a small parking area between the 1st and 2nd meadows upstream. All the usual species are present including Barbel, Chub, Bream, Pike, Perch, Roach, Tench and others. Night fishing is permitted.
Most swims need little attention with a minimum of bankside vegetation. The water has produced barbel and bream into double figures.