Bewl Water is the largest stretch of open water in the South East, the reservoir can hold more than 31,000 million litres of water. The site is set in 800 acres of outstanding natural beauty and offers a range of leisure and recreational activities. These include the Aqua Park inflatable fun, Laser Challenge, soft play and play areas, plus lots of walks to enjoy.

Opening Hours
Bewl Water
last entry 4pm
Adventure Playground
Aqua Park- Reopens April 2022
Various Dates
Bewl Water Laser Challenge
Weekends, half terms and Summer holiday
Car Park
Last entry 5pm.
Exit gates close at 8pm.

Parking and admission: £5
Aqua Park
1 hour - includes wetsuit and buoyancy vest.
Family - groups of up to 6: £120
Bewl Water Laser Challenge
1 player - 8 years +: £15
Annual or day memberships available for Sailing and Windsurfing, annual for Paddleboarding and Canoeing.

The main visitor area, Waterfront Cafe and Boat House Bistro are wheelchair friendly. Sections of the path extending from the main car park to both Seven Pound Creek Jetty and to Heatherells Jetty are suitable for wheelchairs with wide tyres.

With the exception of guide dogs, dogs are not allowed in The Boat House Bistro and children’s playground. Green and blue green algae can produce toxins that may be fatal to dogs when ingested, owners must keep their dogs clear of the water at all times.

Advisory Notes
Children aged 6-15 years can attend any session but must have either a parent or guardian on shore or on the Aqua Park with them.

Cafe • Toilets

Picture Credit: © Bewl Water.

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