Step outside for an adventure in nature
Find well-being in Fritton Lake’s unspoilt sustainable wildland, beautiful wildlife and unrivaled, seasonal food. Please note due to Government guidance around Covid-19 not all our activities are live. Please check the activity timetable for details. During club opening times you can also enjoy our running & cycling routes.
Whilst our online booking system is upgraded please email email@example.com to book all activities.
Members enjoy exclusive access to Fritton Lake. The club offers wild swimming, paddle boarding, canoeing and rowing. The water sports club is open daily, weather dependent.
Members can relax around the 22 metre heated pool all day from 10am until sunset, please see our timetable below for child free and lane swimming times.
As well as exploring the lake with their grown-ups, and running wild in our ancient woodland, children will love our adventure play areas. Older kids can whizz through the trees on our zip wire or down our giant slide. There is also a younger children’s play area with a smaller heated pool, bouncy pillow and play equipment for younger children to conquer. Children must be supervised at all times.
Improve your game
The club has four tennis courts, a pair of lawn tennis courts, and two clay, one of which is a new ‘all-weather clay’ allowing for year-round play. Tennis coaching is available for all abilities to enhance any aspect of a player’s game.
Our weekly classes include, wild swimming, trail running, and yoga. We also offer instructor lead activities including wild swimming, paddleboarding and tennis. These can be booked as one on one, family or wider group tuition.
JOIN THE RESTORATION EFFORT
Fritton Lake is part of a pioneering 1000 acre re-wilding project at the forefront of the Wild East Foundation. We are allowing nature to take the lead in eco-restoration so to create a ‘wildland’ for all our owners and guests to enjoy. Our passionate and expert guides are offering tours of the project on foot, by jeep and boat to introduce rewilding and wild foraging along the way. The tours are designed to provoke thought and debate and for the conscientious some light restoration work. Full tours will include eating out in the wild as part of the experience.