Water/ Lake Sports
There are over 50 reservoirs within the Peak District; many of them have facilities for canoeing, sailing and windsurfing. Check out this list that we provided below and see which reservoirs you enjoy the most!
Rock Climbing • Caving / Potholing • Ropes Courses • Gorge Scrambling • Mountain Biking • Canoeing • Abseiling • Mountaineering • Orienteering • Raft Building • Bespoke Adventure • Archery • Bushcraft
Uniquely structured activity courses and team building events, that accomplish the objectives you wish to achieve.
There are facilities here for sailing, canoeing, dingy sailing, wind surfing and rowing boat hire. NB Rudyard Kipling was named after this lovely spot!
Rudyard, near Leek
Nr Whaley Bridge
Dove Stone Reservoir
Dove Stone Reservoir
Off Buxton Road (A53) , Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 8SW
Site open from 7.30am daily, Visitor Centre open from 10.00am daily (except Christmas Day). Closing times vary seasonally. Set in the heart of the beautiful Staffordshire Moorlands, Tittesworth Water has something for everyone
Outside there’s a children’s play area for all ages, refreshment kiosks – serving snacks, ice cream and drinks, a sensory garden, 2 bird hides, 2 walks and copious amounts of grass to keep the kids happy. You’ll also find an undercover BBQ area, so the British weather needn’t spoil your fun and plenty of picnic tables dotted around the site.
In the Visitor Centre, we have a new redesigned shop, 80 seater restaurant, serving everything from bacon baps in the morning, Staffordshire Oatcakes for lunch and cream teas in the afternoon. The centre also houses award winning toilets, including disabled and baby change facilities. The visitor centre has easy access to all areas including disabled parking facilities and wheelchair access to picnic tables and play equipment.
(Map Reference; SK240510) Carsington water is situated c.12 miles northwest of Derby and 4 miles northeast of Ashbourne set in countryside on the edge of the Peak District. It is surrounded by pasture with hedgerows of hawthorn and mature woodlands & younger plantation. The northern area of the reservoir is a wildlife zone with limited access. The rest of the reservoir is used for sailing, angling, and other water sports.