Bewl Water Lake Literature

Bewl Water, while sometimes referred to as “Bewl Water Lake,” is not technically a lake but a reservoir. It’s the largest reservoir in Southeast England, spanning 800 acres across Kent and Sussex.

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This man-made body of water was created in 1975 to increase the water supply in the area. It supplies water to Southern Water’s customers in the towns of Thanet and Hastings.

Bewl Water is a popular destination for various activities, making it a great place for a family day out:

  • Walking, cycling, running: With 12.5 miles of scenic paths around the reservoir, visitors can enjoy the beautiful surroundings at their own pace.
  • Watersports: Bewl Water offers a variety of options for water enthusiasts, including sailing, windsurfing, rowing, open-water swimming, canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding.
  • Fishing: The reservoir is known for its population of trout, pike, and perch, making it a popular spot for both experienced and beginner anglers.
  • Wildlife watching: Home to hundreds of protected species and native wildlife, Bewl Water is a haven for birds, insects, and animals. Visitors can observe them from a distance in the bird hide and nature reserve.
  • Boat trips: Take a relaxing boat trip around the reservoir to soak up the scenery and enjoy the peace and quiet.
  • Events: Bewl Water hosts various events throughout the year, from marathons and triathlons to food festivals and music concerts.

In addition to these activities, there’s also a restaurant and a campsite located near Bewl Water, making it a convenient option for a longer stay.