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The Cotswold Country Park & Beach
The Cotswold Country Park & Beach
Spratsgate Lane
Shorncote

Cirencester
Gloucestershire

GL7 6DF | View map
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Located within the Cotswold Water Park, The Cotswold Country Park & Beach has something for all the family. It is home to Britainís premier inland beach; childrenís play areas, volleyball and basketball courts, an outdoor trim trail, and a gift shop.

Throughout the summer, a variety of refreshments are available. Throughout the rest of the year hot drinks and snacks are on sale from the visitor centre. BBQ pitches are available for hire and there are plenty of benches located around the park for picnics.

For more adventurous members of the family bikes and boats are available for hire. The Park also contains an Outdoor Pursuits Centre and a High Ropes Aerial Adventure Course.

The Park is the starting point of several stunning lakeside walks and you can also gain access to local nature reserves which attract a plethora of wildlife throughout the year.

All facilities have disabled access.

The Cotswold Country Park & Beach is open year round. Entrance prices and times vary throughout the year dependant on the season, please call 01285 861459 or email for details.

Details

Months Open: All Year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Catering: Cafť

More Attractions nearby

Cirencester Lock Up (0.31 miles)

Corinium Museum (0.77 miles)

The Butts Farm (3.09 miles)

Cerney House Gardens (3.60 miles)

Cotswold Water Park (3.96 miles)

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