Based on Noddle Hill Way, Noddle Hill Nature Reserve is a hidden gem in North Hull. Home to a tranquil nature reserve and walking routes as well as a scenic fishing lake, the site also contains a children’s play area and sports pitches.
The nature reserve is perfect for a leisurely family walk at all times of year where you can view a variety of species of wildlife as the seasons change.
The nature reserve and fishing lake are both accessible via Bransholme Road, and the children’s play area and sports pitches are accessible via Noddle Hill Way.
Fishing at Noddle Hill Nature Reserve
The fishing lake at Noddle Hill Nature Reserve is now re-open for fishing but under new rules in line with Government guidance. Please be aware of the new rules before fishing at Noddle Hill:
- Anglers must remain at least 15 metres apart when fishing. Fishing pegs are only to be shared with people from the same household. Sharing with people from other households is prohibited.
- Keepnets and competitive fishing is still not allowed.
- Fishing tackle must not be shared.
- Anglers must still maintain social distancing rules (2 metres distance between other people) at all times and follow the Government hand washing guidance.
- Anglers still require a valid Environment Agency license and day ticket/season pass in order to fish on any of our lakes.
- Park facilities including car parks and toilets remain closed at many of our sites. Please be aware of this when planning to go fishing.
Failure to follow the guidance set out will result in Anglers being asked to leave the site.
NODDLE HILL NATURE RESERVE,
Noddle Hill Way,
Based on Noddle Hill Way, the site boasts a nature reserve and fishing lake, accessible via Bransholme Road, also a children’s play area and sports pitches accessible via Noddle Hill Way.