Peaceful riverside nature reserve with woodland, ponds and plenty of wildlife.

There is no parking at Eastwood Farm.

This is because of problems with vehicles parking in Eastwood Farm Nature Reserve and the lane down to Beese’s Riverside Bar.

The barrier at the top of the entrance lane from Wyndham Crescent is closed.


  • Opening hours: Open at all times
  • Admission is free.
  • Certain areas are wheelchair accessible. We don't recommend wheelchairs are taken on the nature trail as some slopes are steep.

How do I get there

Located in the Avon Valley in Brislington, south east Bristol. 

Eastwood Farm, Wyndham Crescent, Bristol BS4‎

Park entrances

There are two entrances to the park:

Entrance 1 via: 

Whitmore Avenue, Bristol, BS4 4TG
What3words: museum.carry.slide

Entrance 2 via:

Wyndham Crescent, Bristol BS4‎ 4SX
What3words: tower.silly.bland

Google map of Eastwood Farm


We do not recommend driving to this park.

There is no on site parking and nearby streets are very busy at all times.

Community support

The Friends of Eastwood Farm are a group of local residents interested in protecting and enhancing the local nature reserve. They have regular meetings and organise work days and events.
Further information, email


Eastwood Farm was run as a traditional farm until 1971. The council purchased the land and used it as a landfill site for domestic waste from 1971 to 1978.

Once the site closed for landfill, Eastwood Farm was landscaped and trees were planted. The site is now a haven for wildlife for the public to enjoy.


Site of Nature Conservation Interest.