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There are plenty of lakes and reservoirs, many set high up in the hills which are ideal venues for dinghy sailing. Enjoy lots of windy days sailing with a marvelous backdrop of stunning scenery all around you and it’s easy to find sailing clubs which will welcome beginners and experts alike.
If you really want to get the wind in your hair why not consider going off-shore. Off-shore sailing is available at several locations along Yorkshire’s extensive coastline, but be sure to check out the weather conditions from H.M. Coastguard first!
The North Yorkshire coastline also has some superb surf beaches that cater for both beginners and more advanced surfers and you can book lessons if starting out or need to brush up your skills. There are particularly good stretches of coastline for surfing around the Scarborough area and Cayton Bay.
Yorkshire abounds with rivers suitable for canoeing, in particular the River Wharfe and the Washburn are ideal for this activity, but as canoeing is only open at certain times of the year it’s best checking first on the British Canoe Union Yorkshire site for more information.
Sea kayaking is available along Yorkshire’s coastline, which is a great way to enjoy some superb coastal scenery from the sea; it’s also the perfect way to check out the rich and varied marine wildlife with an abundance of sea birds, seals and maybe the odd dolphin!
You can be sure to find the ideal property close to your favorite water sports venue, whether it’s our cottages by the sea or in fact any accommodation ideally placed for any water sports; on the coast or inland! Simply click on ‘Browse our cottages close to Watersports’ to find your perfect location and property!
Flamborough Head is an eight mile promontory between Filey and Bridlington and is one of the great gems of the Yorkshire Coast.
Cayton Bay, Scarborough, North Yorkshire is a stunning beach location and one of the most highly regarded surf locations in the North East of England.
Pugneys Country Park is near Wakefield in West Yorkshire. It is a 250 acre site which was previously an open cast mine. It was turned into a country park in 1985 and makes a superb day out.
Semerwater is the largest natural lake in North Yorkshire. It is half a mile long and covers 100 acres and lies at the heart of Wensleydale just south of Askrigg.
Hidden in within a small caravan site is an eleven acre lake from which you can undertake a number of water sports including jet skiing, wake boarding and water skiing.
Fifty acres of grounds and lake offering activities such as sailing, power boating, windsurfing and Laser Funboats!
Located high in the magnificent scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Grimwith Reservoir is the largest inland sailing venue in Yorkshire.
Calmwater Bay one of Yorkshires finest Watersports Clubs. It is the home of Waterskiers, Wakeboarders, Kneeboarders, as well as Ringo and Banana Riders!
Surf school, hire and demo centre based at the fantastic Cayton Bay near Scarborough. Qualified surf coaches will take you through the basics so you can make the most of your first surfing experience! Tel: 01723 585585
Call us: 01228 406701
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