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This is Clevedon Marine Lake

Beautiful, isn't it?

Clevedon Marine Lake is a public access tidal pool run by a charity. It’s full of seawater topped up by the sea at high tide. It’s an amazing, safe, accessible, well-loved wild swimming spot that's perfect for outdoor swimmers and for coaching. It's not really affected by tides or currents, though onshore winds can make it choppy.

Accessibility

Clevedon Marine Lake has a smooth, level concrete surround. Access to the water itself is by graduated steps with a handrail on either side.

There are no changing facilities, but there is a concrete bench that you can sit on to change.

There is paid parking within 200 yards, but no specified disabled bays. Please note, there are slopes to navigate.

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Accessibility

Getting here and parking

Head to the Salthouse Playing fields, postcode: BS21 7TY.

Park at the Salthouse pub or Salthouse fields council car park. Both are pay and display. Please read the signs.

There is free parking on the surrounding streets.

Meet me at the Salthouse end of the lake by the pumphouse.

Accessibility

Getting here and parking

Head to the seafront postcode: BS21 7QU.

Parking is on-street either on the promenade or residential streets around it. Parking on the seafront is free but limited to a maximum stay of three hours. You can also park at the Salthouse fields council car park. Please allow a 15-min walk.

Meet me on the lower promenade on the beach next to the pier.