Clevedon Marine Lake is open for shared public use 24/7, except during the following booked events:
Lake Opening Hours, Closures and Charges
|CLEVEDON MARINE LAKE CLOSURES|
|EVENT||WHEN?||CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC|
|Drain down for mud clearence||29th February – 7th March 2020||All week; no public access to the lake or surrounds during these dates.|
|Drain down and refresh||3rd & 4th June 2020||Reopens to the public after 9am on Friday 5th June|
|Clevedon SwimRun||8th August 2020||9am – 11:30am|
|Drain down for mud clearance||4th – 15th October 2020||All week|
Individual members of the public are welcome to use the lake free of charge, but donations are gratefully received to help cover the running costs of the lake, which is managed by MARLENS charity. Simply give a £1 each time you’re down, in one of the donation boxes lakeside. Be aware there is no lifeguard.
Swimmers, paddlers, sailors and model boats are welcome. Engine-powered craft are not.
Clubs and coaches wishing to use the lake should first register here to find out more about bookings and charges.
THERE’S LOTS TO SEE BESIDE
Enjoy views of Clevedon Marine Lake as part of a stroll through history using this informative leaflet to guide you on a trail of discovery taking in 18 points of interest. Amble from The Pier’s toll house in Marine Parade southwest, along the promenade to Poet’s Walk, and head around Wain’s Hill to St Andrew’s Church in Old Church Road.