Welcome to the Cotswold Water Park Website
The Cotswold Water Park Trust is a charity which manages the beautiful Cotswold Water Park – an area of 40 square miles, with more than 150 lakes set across the countryside of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and West Oxfordshire.
We do much more than look after the tourism potential of our area – including estate management, biodiversity protection, conservation and wildlife protection.
We rely on membership subscriptions and donations to fund our important work, and on our volunteers do amazing work on behalf of the community.
Cotswold Water Park Trust membership
- Free parking at all CWP Trust run car parks
- 15% discount off food and drink at Gateway Centre cafe
- 10% discount off purchases at Cotswold Outdoor
- Members’ only events and offers
- Priority booking on events
- Members’ newsletter
and help make the Cotswold Water Park a better place for wildlife and people.
Please note this membership does not give free access to Cotswold Country Park and Beach.
All CWP Trust run car parks have now become Pay and Display car parks…read more
On Friday 03 March, nearly 200 people gathered in the stunning marquee at the De Vere Hotel for the second Cotswold Water Park Ball, organised by the CWP Trust.read more
The Cotswold Water Park Trust seeks partner to develop water activities at Cleveland Lakes
The Cotswold Water Park Trust purchased Cleveland Lakes in 2003 with the purpose of developing the site into the Cotswold Water Park’s top wetland nature reserve and to provide facilities for both visitors and water activities, including rowing.read more
Event highlights – for a full listing of forthcoming events please see the Events Page
Water Park Videos
What people say…
“Just back from an hour on the lake. Great fun. Super friendly and helpful staff. We opted for SUP hire but plenty of other options from simple rowing boats, through kayaks for one or two.”
CWP Hire review from Trip Advisor
Our 150+ volunteers to help us with activities like checking bat boxes, assessing footpaths and helping visitors at the Gateway Centre. If you would like to get involved…