The Lake covers some 168 acres and is over 2.5 miles long.
It is owned by the Canal & River Trust and the commercial leisure activities are managed by Rudyard Lake Ltd.
A BRIEF HISTORY
The Lake is the place where Rudyard Kipling’s parents first met, where Captain Webb, the first channel swimmer, came to demonstrate his skills and where The African Blondin (Carlos Trower) appeared several times amazing the crowds 30m above the Lake on a tightrope.
Choose your passion
Walk | Fish | Sail | Play
New Trip Boat
The boat is a Frolic-31, a stunning Edwardian Styled Counter Stern Launch and now up and running!