Take to the water. Campers and outdoor activity lovers can enjoy exploring the lake by hiring a kayak, a canoe, or a katakanu. Not sure which craft suits you best? Not a problem we have listed each one of them below, or you can bring your own.

This activity requires you to complete a waiver before taking part. Details can be viewed here. Once you complete your sale the waiver will be sent via email.

Boats & Craft Available


Kayak - £14 per craft

Loads of fun on your own in these little boats. Perfect for novice or expert alike, great for exploring the lake with or just messing around with your friends!

Online: £14 
On the door: £16

Book a Kayak

Candian Canoe

Canadian Canoe - £17 per craft

A Canoe made for two. A fantastic choice if you want to take somebody out on the water with you to help out with the paddling! They will keep you drier than a kayak but there is no guarantee of a completely dry ride…. It depends on your canoeing partner!

Online: £17
On the door: £19

Book a Canoe

Family Canoe

Katakanu - £23 per craft

An ideal choice for the family or for those wanting to explore the lake without the risk of capsizing Up to 6 people can take to the water at once.

Online: £24
On the door: £26

Book a Katakanu

Self Launch Your Own Boat


There is also the option to bring your own craft and enjoy our lake from the comfort of your own paddleboat or paddleboard.

Booking slots are available at a cost of £14 per session if booked online. £16 on the door.

Book a slot to launch your own craft

Boat Hire FAQs

Choose between a Kayak, Canoe, or a Katakanu.


Yes, you are welcome to bring your own craft and paddle around the lake in one of the designated sessions. All paddle boats are permitted.

We request evidence of your insurance and this must comply with British Canoeing regulations.


All buoyancy aids are provided. You are also welcome to use your own buoyancy aids, as long as they comply with European safety standards.


Children under 8 must be in a craft with a responsible adult.

Children age 8-12 years must have an adult on the water with them but this can be in separate boats.

Children age 12 - 15 years may explore the lake on their own but must have an adult supervising from the lakeside.



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