Visitors can take part in a variety of organised watersports sessions at two of the lakes we care for in Milton Keynes. Find out more about what’s on offer below.
Experience the thrill of Willen Lake, Milton Keynes' most popular park. With activities both on and off the water, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this beautiful setting. Visitors can enjoy introductory sessions in paddleboarding, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing. If you’re looking for regular practice they run various clubs and you can even complete professional qualifications for your chosen sport.
Join any of the three local watersports clubs operating from the Watersports Centre at Caldecotte Lake South or join the Action for Youth programme, The Caldecotte Xperience, on the north lake where they offer a variety of exciting adventure activities, as well as learning experiences for young people.
Willen LakeParticipate in all the exhilarating watersport activities that can be found at Willen Lake South...
Milton Keynes Canoe Club (MKCC)MKCC offers members a wide range of courses and workshops throughout the year in canoe, kayak and SUP. The club also offers a Junior Club during the summer months for 8-14 year olds.
Milton Keynes Rowing Club (MKRC)Based in Caldecotte Lake South, MKRC has an active summer and winters programme of rowing with races, events and training schedules.
Milton Keynes Sailing Club (MKSC)Learn the sport of sailing at Caldecotte Lake South with the Milton Keynes Sailing Club...
The Caldecotte XperienceAction 4 Youth offers outstanding adventure activities and outdoor education for young people at Caldecotte Lake North...
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