The Cotswold Water Park is an area of about 40 square miles, featuring more than 150 lakes, set across the countryside crossing borders at Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and West Oxfordshire: why not plan a hike and time it so they can tell school they walked between 3 counties in however many minutes? There is alot of scenic walking to be done here and that’s part of the appeal because however many people are in the park there always seems plenty of room for you and yours! You can pick up a map of cycling trails or The Walks Guide at the Gateway Information Centre. prefer something more peaceful, try some family tuition in windsurfing, sailing, or kayaking! There is only open water swimming available on 3 out of the 150 lakes, for safety, so be sure you’re at the right ones! Lakes 31, 32 and 12.
The Cotswold Water Park isn’t an attraction in the conventional sense and with 150 lakes set in just over 40 square miles, makes this attraction very different to any others in any of my books to date. Throughout all of the lakes and shorelines that make up the Water Park, there are a huge number of professionally run attractions that offer not only visitor experience, but value for money. I absolutely loved riding my motorbike through the country roads that interconnect the lakes and the scenery in a lot of areas is simply stunning and with so much to do here, you could literally make it a weeks holiday quite easily. With only 150 words to review this attraction, it is impossible to explain how wonderful it is here, but one thing I can say is no visit here is complete without visiting its unique beach and WiBit Aqua Park