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Draycote Water Country Park

Draycote Water Country Park -

Address

Kites Hardwick
Draycote Water Visitor Centre
Coventry
Rugby
CV23 8AB

Contact

Tel : +44 01788 811107

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Prices

Country/Royal Park
FREE


Set in the heart of Warwickshire, Draycote Water near to Rugby offers water sports, wetlands, nature trails and bird hides.

The Country Park covers 21 acres on the southern side of Draycote Water. Watch the sailing activities on the reservoir and view the surrounding countryside with the open slopes being popular for walking and kite flying. Wheelchair access.

Picnic area, toilets, hilltop car park.

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GET ON THE WATER FOR FREE AT DRAYCOTE WATER WITH RYA'S SUMMER OF SAILING

Mums and dads, are you looking for a new way to get your kids outdoors and active and find something you can enjoy together as a family? Kids, reckon it would be cool to get to splash about with your friends and have a go in a boat? Teachers, are there pupils at your school you think could get a lot from getting active in a different way to the more traditional school sports and team games?

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posted 27/06/2016 01:00:00

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Directions


By Road

Nearest major road is A426. Take the A426 from Dunchurch towards Southam.

Draycote Water Country Park is situated near the village of Kytes Hardwick.

Approx. 2 miles from Dunchurch.

On the A426 Road, south of Rugby.

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