Gailey Upper Reservoir
|Primary outflows||Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal|
|Managing agency||Canal & River Trust|
|Surface area||337,000 square metres (83 acres)|
Gailey Reservoir is a pair of canal feeder reservoirs in South Staffordshire, separated by a dam, and owned by the Canal & River Trust. Gailey Upper Reservoir is to the east; Gailey Lower Reservoir to the west.
A connected reservoir, Calf Heath Reservoir, stands a little further to the west, beyond the M6 motorway. Calf Heath Reservoir is also where Greensforge Sailing Club is located. Greensforge Sailing Club is one of the oldest sailing clubs in the Midlands.
The upper lake is regularly stocked with brown, rainbow and blue trout and both day and season ticket fishing with fly is available. Pike fishing is also permitted.
The lower lake has not been stocked for some time, and on recent nettings, returned very few fish. Fishing is not permitted at any time. The South Staffordshire Sailing club have use of this reservoir.
The reservoir is located at grid reference .