We have a clubhouse on site, which serves hot and cold drinks (including alcohol) and snacks. We also have Jen’s Cafe by the Lake serving everything from paninis and burgers to slush puppies and ice creams.
We serve snacks at the bar, otherwise we have Jen’s Cafe by the Lake serving a range of hot foods as well as ice creams and donuts.
We will always try our best to cater for allergies, but please call us prior to arriving to see if we can cater to your requirements.
No, we are open Easter – October/November (please check opening times for accurate times for the current season).
Well behaved dogs are welcome on a lead and on the grassy area in front of the clubhouse only. They are NOT allowed on the campsite, or anywhere else on the park.
No you don’t have to pay for parking.
We have lockers for your possessions, feel free to bring your own small padlock or you can buy one here for £3. Alternatively, we recommend locking your items in your cars, and we can look after your keys behind the bar.
Yes we have basic changing facilities on site, with showers and toilets.
Yes we do have showers.
Yes our outdoor changing block can be easily accessible for the disabled; however there are no specific toilets for the disabled.
Yes we have wetsuits of all shapes and sizes.
No we don’t allow you to bring your own food and drink onto the site, as we do sell it ourselves.
No we don’t allow you to bring your own food and drink onto the site, as we do sell it ourselves. If you are camping you are allowed to have a BBQ at your campsite, providing it is raised off the floor.
Yes we have a fully licensed bar on site.
No, you do have to sign a disclaimer to state you haven’t consumed any alcohol.
Yes, spectators can watch from the grass or clubhouse. If they are wanting to take pictures, a long lense camera would be useful (the aqua park is approximately 150m away).
No you cannot walk around the lake.