Does Grafham Water have a beach?
Enjoy the last bit of summer at our beach at Grafham Water. Bring your bucket and spade, build a sandcastle and dip your toe into the water. Please follow our advice to enjoy the beach safely.
Can dogs be off lead at Grafham Water?
Absolutely, your four-legged friend is most welcome at Grafham Water. But please follow our dog code: Lead by example – your dog must be on a lead at all times.
Is there a village under Grafham Water?
Grafham, situated just over five miles from Huntingdon, is a unique village that offers a real escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. That’s because it’s home to Grafham Water – England’s third-largest reservoir that is nested in 1,500 acres of stunning countryside.
How many miles is it to walk around Rutland Water?
Nestled within 4200 acres of stunning countryside, there is lots to explore. Walking a full circuit, which takes in the Hambleton Peninsula, will see you cover 24 miles, 16 if avoiding Hambleton. If this is too far for your party, don’t worry, there are plenty of other shorter walks and trails you can take.
Are Grafham Water toilets open?
The Grafham Water Visitor Centre retail closed – The cafe will be offering takeaway food and drink. The Harbour View Cafe Bar will be offering takeaway food and drink. The cafe will be closed Monday-Friday. Toilets will be open.
How full is Rutland Water?
By surface area it is the largest reservoir in England, but by capacity it is exceeded by Kielder Water. Set in 3,100 acres (13 km2) of countryside, it has a 23-mile (37 km) perimeter track, (17-mile (27 km) excluding Hambleton Peninsula) for walking or cycling.
Can dogs swim at Alton Water?
Absolutely! We want dogs and their owners to enjoy all that Alton Water has to offer. We do ask that dogs are kept out of the water and on leads at all times.