Activities in 2019 at Siblyback Lake

 

Activities have been delivered at Siblyback Lake for the last 30 years and in that time new activities and new places have grown rapidly. We’ve decided not to offer watersports or camping at Siblyback this year. It’s been a hard decision because we know how much some people enjoy these activities but as a charity we need to invest our funding responsibly and they haven’t been supporting themselves in recent years. We will be continuing to offer both camping and watersports at Stithians, Roadford, Tamar and Wimbleball and look forward to welcoming you there.

Siblyback will still be open to visitors and providing plenty of opportunities for all the family to explore the great outdoors. You can still enjoy stunning views and a bite to eat at the cafe, let the kids run wild in the outdoor play area and make use of the trails. The tranquillity of the lake means it’s now the perfect place to spot wildlife, go on a mini-beast hunt with the children or take advantage of the lake’s position in the Dark Sky Landscape of Bodmin Moor to stargaze at night.

During the year we’ll review the situation as we are keen to see Siblyback offering activities for all in generations to come. We’ll be talking to our visitors and other stakeholders over the next few months so we can get the right model for Siblyback Lake, we may re-introduce the activities but for now we welcome everyone to Siblyback Lake to enjoy nature at its best in 2019!

If you’d like to find out more about what make Siblyback Lake the perfect place to explore the great outdoors then contact 01566 771930 or visit the Siblyback Lake page on our website.