Hollingworth Lake Water Activity Centre
Set on the edge of Hollingworth Lake, the Centre offers a range of water sports including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and rowing.
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What makes it special
- Enjoy a day on the lake
- Experience the countryside so close to an urban centre
Saturday & Sunday (closed)
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