CLEVEDON MARINE LAKE IS CLOSED TO ALL USERS FROM JULY 21ST TO JULY 25TH 2021 DUE TO POOR WATER QUALITY
Water quality: 'Poor'
The recent heat and crowds has caused a significant drop in water quality in Clevedon Marine Lake from 'excellent' to 'poor' against EU bathing standards. There is no cause for alarm if you have been swimming, but the lake is now being emptied and will refill on the next tide that is higher than 12.6 metres on Sunday 25th July. Thanks for your patience.Find out more
28th June 2021
July 24th, 20:11
July 25th, 8:38 and 20:58
July 26th, 9:26 and 21:44
July 27th, 10:09 and 22:26
Tides higher than 12.6m will come over the lake wall.
We don’t advise swimming when the lake is overtopping. If you do, please stay away from the sea wall. Check tide times here.
Latest test: 21st July 2021
What you need to know
Open all year every day except a few - check the calendar before you come. Swim, paddle, crab, SUP or canoe. Please no motorised boats or windsails. No dogs at any time - they affect our water quality.Find out more
Parking and access
Use the Salthouse Field car park
Pay and display
Smooth tarmac paths from the car park to the lake with a couple of slopes and ramps.
Chalet toilets by the arcade 20p
At the lake
Help the lake
Enjoyed your visit? Please:
Donate £2 every time you visit
Become a member
Join our lottery
Become a volunteer
The lake is looked after by a charity called Marlens. Registered charity number 1156426.
Support our work
Our lake would not run without the hard work of our brilliant volunteers. There are lots of ways you can give back to the lake. You can become a member, join our lottery or donate every time you visit.find out more
Find a coach or club
We have coaches and clubs who run one-to-ones and group sessions at Clevedon Marine Lake. You can try open water swimming, SUP, canoeing and more.
If you you're a club or coach and you want to use the lake, please email email@example.com