- 1 Tramper
- Inland Water
- Country Park
- Nature Reserve
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
- Cafe or shop
- Boat hire
- Dog friendly
A picturesque lake with watersports centre, cafe and campsite set on the edge of Exmoor National Park near Dulverton.
A Tramper can be used to explore some sections of the lakeside path through woodland and across meadows, with great views across the water - great for bird watching.
- Path surfaces - compacted gravel, tarmac, grass - uneven and bumpy in places.
- Path gradients - mostly level but some slopes and inclines in places.
A Wheelyboat is also available for pleasure boating and fishing on the lake. Hire charges are £30 for a half day or £45 for a full day. To check availability or make a booking contact Wimbleball Outdoor and Active Centre on 01398 371460.
All Wheelyboats are hired on a 'self drive' basis with instruction provided by staff at the hire site. At some sites it may be possible for an instructor to drive the boat if required - please contact the site directly to discuss this. Life jackets must be worn by all passengers and drivers of boats must be 18 years old or over.
Travelling to Wimbleball Lake
Plan your journey by car or public transport using the
From Tiverton take the A396 and follow brown signs from the Exeter Inn roundabout, this will will lead to Bampton and then Wimbleball.
From Dunster take the A396 towards Dulverton. Follow brown signs to the lake from Machine Cross, and then the B3190 towards Bampton, the turning for Wimbleball is a brown tourism signed from this road.