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Enabling easy access to the South West's beauty spots

Siblyback Lake Country Park

Equipment Available: 
  • 1 Tramper
  • Wheelyboat
Environment: 
  • Inland Water
  • Country Park
  • Nature Reserve
Facilities: 
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilets
  • Cafe or shop
  • Boat hire
  • Dog friendly

A picturesque lake with watersports centre and campsite set on the edge of Bodmin Moor near Liskeard.

The Tramper can be used to explore the Multi-Use Trail (3.5 miles) around the perimeter of the lake and through woodland, with great views and good access to the water for fishing.

  • Path surfaces - compacted gravel, tarmac.
  • Path gradients - mostly flat There is a Teashop serving light lunches and refreshments, as well as an informal campsite.

To check availability or book the Tramper or Wheelyboat, contact Siblyback Outdoor and Active Centre on 01579 346 522.

The Wheelyboat is hired on a 'self drive' basis with instruction provided by staff at the hire site. It may be possible for an instructor to drive the boat if required - please contact the site directly to discuss this.

Different hire charges apply for the Wheelyboat, £30 half day or £45 full day (including tuition from SWLT staff on driving the boat) Boats can take a maximum of eight passengers Watersports instructors will take the Wheelyboat users out on the water for a 15-20 minute induction.

Travelling to Siblyback Lake - Siblyback Lake is 5 miles from Liskeard Railway Station. By Road - From the A30 take the Bolventor junction, from Jamaica Inn follow road signs to Siblyback Lake. From the A38 at Dobwalls take the road to Minnions past Kings Doniert’s Stone, the turning for Siblyback is signed on the left.

 View a map of the site from www.streetmap.co.uk or plan your journey using the map below. 

Contact Siblyback Lake Country Park

Address:

near Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 6ER

Telephone:

01579 346522

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Reviews

  • I think they have transformed

    Peter Gibson
    I think they have transformed this park with the walk around the lake. It a shame that they have not got free parking for the disabled as the view from the car park is wounderful. worth a visit if you are not local

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