Wimbleball Lake

Brompton Regis, TA22 9NU

Wimbleball Lake

Description

Wimbleball Lake, nestled amongst the rolling hills of Exmoor, is a must-visit attraction during your stay in Somerset.

Your little adventurers will love exploring and discovering all of the fun things to do at this majestic lake. Ditch the iPads, immerse yourself in nature and create lasting memories with the family. Den building, rolling down hills, spotting birds from a hide and, of course, enjoying a well-deserved ice cream from the Coffee Couture at Wimbleball are bound to be a huge hit.

Activity Centre and Campsite

Visit the Activity Centre and enjoy a family adventure like no other.

Explore the lake by kayak

Learn how to stand up paddleboard

Spot wildlife from a canoe

Hit the bullseye in a game of archery

Face your fears and attempt the high ropes course

Learn how to turn in a sail boat

Relax and enjoy a spot of fishing

Sleep under canvas or glamp in one of our Pods or Belle Tents 

 

Play

Get your children learning and having fun on their next adventure by downloading South West Lakes’ 101 things to do this summer booklet and activity sheets. Identify trees, track prints, discover different leaves or go on a bug hunt.

Visit the children’s play area or enjoy the plentiful open space for informal games.

 

Walking and Cycling

Embrace the outdoors and experience Wimbleball by bike or foot. The network or footpaths and cycle tracks suit visitors of all ages and abilities. Don’t forget to bring the dog! We want our four-legged friends to enjoy this special place. All we ask is for you to keep your dog on a lead and out of the water.

 

Good Food

Enjoy some delicious treats from our onsite cafe – Coffee Couture at Wimbleball. Treat the family to an ice cream or a cake and recharge with a coffee or a light lunch. 
 

Stargazing

Exmoor National Park is designated an International Dark Sky Reserve - the very first in Europe! Hire a telescope from Dark Sky Telescope Hire and enjoy the outstanding stargazing opportunities at Wimbleball. Our luxurious new Stargazer Belle Tent, with a window ceiling, provides the perfect opportunity for you to admire the night sky, but in complete comfort!

 

Opening Times

Opening times vary throughout the season. Please visit www.southwestlakes.co.uk for more information or call 01398 371460.


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Opening Hours

January to December

(2019 Opening )
 

Pricing

£18

Facilities

ACCESSIBILITY

    CHILDREN & INFANTS

      ESTABLISHMENT FEATURES

        PARKING & TRANSPORT

          SPECIALIST FEATURES

            TRAVEL & TRADE

              • Accept coach parties

              • Accessible to Wheelchair Users

              • Car parking

              • Cater for groups

              • Event venue

              • Facilities for children

              • Facilities for the Disabled

              • Open All Year

              • Welcome single sex groups, eg stag/hen parties

              Road Directions

              From Tiverton take the A396, follow brown signs from the Exeter Inn roundabout to Bampton & then Wimbleball.

              From Dunster take the A396 towards Dulverton; follow brown signs at Machine Cross.

              From Taunton take the A39 to Washford Cross, and then the B3190 towards Bampton, the turning for Wimbleball is signed from this road.


              Contact

              Wimbleball Lake
              Brompton Regis
              Dulverton
              TA22 9NU
              United Kingdom


              T: 01398 371460

              E: wimbleball@swlakestrust.org.uk

              W: southwestlakes.co.uk/camping/wimbleball-lake/

              Facebook: @Wimbleball-Lake-148618431843924/timeline/

              Twitter: @wimbleball



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