Are you looking for a lodge at Croft Farm Waterpark? Located just outside Tewkesbury, this holiday park has its lake and a host of watersports going on, an excellent holiday park for the family.
Croft Farm Water Park has changed a lot since the days of being a working crop farm in the 1960s when the Newell family purchased the park.
Why buy at Croft Farm Water Park?
After many years of hard work and restoration, the holiday park is now a beautifully landscaped site that is used by many for enjoying various water sports and activities, providing a range of activities. These include the increasingly popular Stand-Up Paddleboarding, sailing, windsurfing and kayaking amongst others.
Croft Park is also a very peaceful place to be. On-site there is a lakeside cafe and bar housed in a timber clubhouse. The on-site gym, Gym and Tonic, is a very welcoming and well-equipped space. On offer are classes, personal training, outdoor activities and nutrition training. You could also just enjoy some well deserved time relaxing in the sauna.
The local area
Croft Farm Water Park is in a great location to explore the surrounding areas including the Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean and the Cotswolds.
Tewkesbury itself is an amazingly beautiful, history soaked river town. Tewkesbury Abbey is almost 900 years old and still has its Norman built tower. The Abbey is a fascinating site to visit, much of its structure is the original 12th-century building. The Abbey is not only a great day out, but it also holds many concerts throughout the year and has an annual Musica Deo Sacra festival. There is also the yearly Medieval fair and Food and Drink Festival.o. Both are exceptionally well known and highly anticipated. Although these events are so well known you do not have to wait a year for excitement! There is a monthly farmers market to explore and many other dates to look forward to throughout the year, from vintage fairs to sporting events there is something for everyone to enjoy. With its three museums, theatre, nature trail and ferry rides being just a small selection of Tewkesbury attractions.
The Cross Keys Inn is situated just outside of the site. With its real ale, coffee and a beer garden it is a truly traditional pub and a great place to socialise and get to know people. In Tewkesbury centre, a five-minute drive away, you can find a vast selection of tea rooms, cafés, pubs and restaurants. The only downside is choosing exactly where you want to go! The rivers Avon and Severn and the many lakes in the area provides many great places to fish. Many established cycling routes take you through the town and countryside and walking trails that range from challenging hikes to gentle strolls. Or you could simply enjoy the tranquillity of nature in the recently opened Nature Reserve and see it develop and establish itself as a floodplain and wetland habitat. It is already a birdwatchers delight, with rare species such as the Cuckoo settling there.
Croft Farm Water Park