Whether relaxing with friends and family on a sandy beach beside a beautiful swimming lagoon, or enjoying activities from water sports to volleyball within mature parkland, the Cotswold Country Park and Beach offers the perfect day out, time after time.
North Lake is home to the WIBIT AquaVenture with over 20 action packed obstacles. Try out kayaking or stand up paddle boarding (SUP), with tuition available for beginners.
Take it easy at South Lake on a pedalo, rowing boat or mini port electric boat, all available to hire. Families with toddlers will love the enclosed outdoor play area and paddling pool with grass picnic area overlooking South Lake.
Hungry? Dine at The Beach Shack Cafe, visit the Pizzeria with wood-fire, stone bakes pizzas, or enjoy a delicious gelato ice cream. Hire a BBQ pitch or simply relax with a picnic beside one of the UK’s most well-known inland beaches.
Beside the Dragonfly building an enclosed children’s beach and paddling pool can be found – along with an adventure playground for little ones.
Tickets for lake activities and mini-golf can be purchased from the dragonfly reception, along with beach toys from beach balls to cricket sets and a don’t miss the park souvenirs – a great way to remember your day at beach in the country!
There are numerous walking trails throughout the Country Park that connect to the wider water park. Pedestrian access is permitted to these paths – but the use of the beach, swimming areas and other facilities are chargeable.
When you buy a Gift Aid park admission, at least 10% of the value of your ticket is a donation to the Cotswold Water Park Trust.
An annual family membership pass (up to 2 adults and 3 children) is available to buy online at £85.00 including one car permit.
Gift Aid donations are an important funding source for charities and your donation today, via the gift aid entry ticket, will enable the charity to claim 25% of the value of your entry fee from HRMC (provided you are a UK tax payer paying at least the value of your entrance fee in tax each year). The Cotswold Water Park Trust and their subsidiary ‘The Cotswold Water Park Society’ works within the 42 square miles of the Cotswold Water Park and maintains the park for the benefit of local residents and visitors. The Trust has plans to enhance the area to further improve the facilities for local communities and for the wildlife that inhabits the area.