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Darlands Lake Nature Reserve (also known as Copped Hall)


Darlands Lake Nature Reserve consists of an ornamental lake, surrounding woodland belt and a fenced path from Totteridge Lane. In 1982 Darlands Lake Nature Reserve was established, its main approach quite close to the C19th entrance drive and route from the pleasure grounds to the lake. This passes close to a copse planted in 1810 to mark the Jubilee of George III.

Visitor Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Access may be restricted; contact Wildlife Trust for information.


Tube: Totteridge & Whetstone (Northern) then bus. Bus 251.
  • Green Belt
  • Site of Nature Conservation Importance
Associated People


  • London Parks and Gardens Trust