Hurley Lock is a lock on the river Thames just past Temple Lock and before Hambledon Lock. The unique position of the lock means that it situation between a clump of wooden islands close to Hurley village. On one of the islands there are picnic facilities and a gradual incline into shallow water making it suitable for children to paddle (under supervision). Its a really pretty spot and on a nice day you’ll find children of all ages making the most of the natural features on the island.
Google does not show Locks on their maps but in this map you can see directions from Hurley high street to the island where you can picnic/paddle. See map
You can access the lock from along the Thames Path over a foot bridge which you can push bikes over.
What you need to know?
Facilities: there are basic toilets, picnic tables and a stall selling ice cream in the summer
Parking: there is no parking at Hurley Lock but you should be able to park in Hurley village near by.
Call 01628 824334 or you can read more the lock itself on Wikipedia here