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The Best Static Caravans on Fishing Lakes
A fishing holiday can be great way to disconnect and take a relaxing break in the countryside. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned fisherman looking for a challenge you can find a fishing lake to suit you. A self-catered static caravan is the perfect accommodation choice if you love fishing in the outdoors but don’t want to sleep in it! There are many parks offering static caravans on fishing lakes, with facilities catering to several styles of holiday, so grab your bait and tackle and book your getaway today.
Penvose Farm, Cornwall
This small working farm is just a few miles from Cornish beaches, and features three coarse fishing lakes, at penvose-farm.co.uk. With a children’s play area, you could combine a fishing trip with your family holiday. A two bedroom caravan starts at £265 per week in the off-season and £295 per week in late spring to early autumn. A three bedroom caravan costs £5 more per week. Static caravan residents can enjoy the lakes free of charge. There are also two day-ticket fishing lakes nearby, at Porth Reservoir and Gwinear.
Cobbleacre Park Lakes, Norfolk
With six static caravans and six fishing lakes, and matches throughout the season, Cobbleacre Park Lakes specialise in fishing holidays, at cobbleacrelakes.co.uk. They have a 3.5 acre specimen lake with carp and catfish weighing up to 18 kgs, smaller lakes for beginners, and fishing instruction. A day ticket for the specimen lake is £10 pounds, or 20 pounds for 24 hours. For the other lakes, a day ticket is £7 (5 concession pounds) or £15 for 24 hours. Discounts are available for all non-specimen lakes if you book a caravan for seven nights, all of which are a short walk to the fishing lakes. Weekly rental prices for standard caravans are £190 to £260 (two bedrooms), and £240 to £300 (three bedrooms).
Sycamore Lakes Park, Lincolnshire
For avid fishermen who want a permanent fishing getaway, Sycamore Lakes sells static caravans and fully serviced lake-front plots sycamorelakes.co.uk. They have a sales office onsite, and prices start at £28,000. Alternatively, they have camping and touring pitches, and cabins and cottages for rent. The park has four well-stocked coarse fishing lakes – three of which have carp up to 12 kg – a tackle shop, and a lakeside cafeteria. Seasonal fishing permits cost £190 (one rod) and £275 (two rods).
Finding a Fishing Lake Near You
These are just a few of many places where you can stay in a static caravan on a fishing lake. Waterscape, at waterscape.com/things-to-do/fishing, has a search function for finding local fisheries, which may or may not have static caravan accommodation. They also have species guides, tips for beginners, and fishing rules. You can download regional fishing guides and buy a rod license from the Environment Agency, at environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/recreation/fishing/.