Hallingbury Marina provides moorings for around 140 canal craft, in tranquil settings on the River Stort in Hertfordshire. The focal point of the marina is Hallingbury Mill, built in 1874, and stands to the south end of the marina. The history of milling on this site dates back to the Doomsday Book.
The marina boasts a comprehensive list of facilities to cater for the needs of Canal craft owners. This set of facilities is amongst the most extensive to be found on the Stort, and include: