The most significant and valuable facility of the Club is the experience, expertise and general helpfulness of the club members. This significantly enhances the enjoyment of boating, and helps to keep costs down.
The leat is a dead end, and the limited width restricts available turning space. Boat length is, therefore, restricted to a maximum of 36 feet (11.0 metres). The club is popular, and there is usually a waiting list for moorings. The bank side moorings are maintained by members themselves.
The Club House is for Members' use. It has a kitchen, showers and toilet facilities, and a seating area with television available for members and visitors.
The Club provides a working quay for loading and unloading; water point; and toilet disposal point. There is also a haul out winch and ramp for short periods of boat maintenance. The winch and hauling out operation is supervised by the harbourmaster.
As Member of the ANRC (Assocated Nene River Club), the Club welcomes boating visitors from the other river clubs, and a short term visitors' mooring isusually available during the boating season. Contact the Harbourmaster before arriving to check space is available.
Warmington Village is close by where there is a pub/restaurant, a general store and a Parish Church.
A short walk across rural footpaths is Fotheringhay, which also has a pub/restaurant and a beautiful church.
The club social activities centre around the clubhouse, where several events are arranged throughout the year. Some events raise money for charity and are open to non-members, particularly the annual open day at the end of the summer and featuring short trips on the river on members' boats. The clubhouse has a kitchen and shower and toilet facilities available for members and visitors.