Visit our sites Coton Countryside Reserve Visitor Information Coton Countryside Reserve Coton Countryside Reserve can be visited 365 days of the year. Entry is free of charge. There are miles of paths for visitors to enjoy the countryside, including a walk up to Red Meadow Hill, where there are fantastic views. The main spine path through the reserve is hard surface and suitable for wheelchairs and cycles. There are grass meadows and newly planted orchards where you can stray off the path and enjoy a picnic. Dogs are very welcome but must be kept on leads except in the dog run area (located next to the spine path near the car park). Dog bins are provided. We hold guided walks, volunteer work parties and other events at the Reserve, click here to find out what's on. There are no toilet facilities at the Reserve. The reserve is part of a working farm, so please be aware that some fields will contain cows/ sheep at certain times of the year and you should also expect to encounter tractors and other agricultural vehicles. Please do not stray into crop fields and close gates behind you if there is livestock present. Click here for a visitor map of the reserve. Click here to download our Coton Countryside Reserve visitor leaflet. Directions and Transport The Reserve is located just south of Coton village on the western edge of Cambridge. There are over 8 different entrances depending on how and from which direction you are arriving. The main entrances (spine path) are accessed from Coton Footpath at the eastern end of the village recreation ground and from the Reserve car park on Grantchester Road (CB23 7PZ). The Reserve is easily reached by cycle from Cambridge and there is cycle parking at the main entrances. There is a free car park on Grantchester Road. Unfortunately due to a break-in by travellers the car park is presently closed whilst we develop plans to improve future security. In the meantime, you can park on the verge outside the car park but please do not block the nearby farm gates. The Reserve can be reached by buses serving Coton village.