For campers who like paddling their own canoe, kayak, boat, board or anything in between...
At a whopping 730 acres, Roadford Lake Campsite is the biggest lake for watersports in the South West and offers all manner of aquatic capers, including windsurfing, sailing, rowing, canoeing, surf skiing and water zorbing.
There’s no shortage of action on land either, with a high ropes adventure course, archery and climbing. The amount of space means you’ll always be able to find plenty of peaceful picnic spots, and the only people you’re likely to see acting fishy around here are guests enjoying the bank and boat angling (the lake is stocked with brown trout).
Visitors will definitely want to take their time over the incredible lake views from the pretty walking trails and cycle paths along the shores of the lake. In case of overexertion, catch the smart new lake ferry to the licensed café for a restorative cream tea, or something a little stronger. Sitting alongside the site’s visitor centre, the café also serves sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
The tranquil and spacious campsite is set right on the lakefront to make the most of the spectacular panorama, and has modern showers, an undercover area for barbies, a children’s play area and the usual washing up, disposal and recycling facilities.
Canine campers are permitted, provided they are kept on the lead, and there is also a separate field available for scout groups.
All dogs must be kept on leads and out of the water.
Check availability at Roadford Lake Campsite…
Max. persons: unlimited
8m x 6m grass pitch overlooking stunning lakeside views, without electricity.