Discover your sense of adventure

At Fritton Lake we offer 250 acres of mature woodland and parkland by one of the most beautiful lakes in East Anglia. With a wide range of activities for our guests to choose from; it is the ideal location for people who enjoy adventure and the great outdoors.

Outdoor recreational sports and just being close to nature has proven to offer lots health benefits for your mind and body, so what better way to spend time with your family then to reconnect with nature. 

Experiences to try...

Paddle boarding – Intro & Advanced lessons
Rowing boat hire
Lakeside and woodland walks
Adventure play & Zipline
Children's play area with bounce pillow, football net and sand pit
Lakeside Pony rides
Woodland Forage Treks
Outdoor dancercise
Fishing – Subject to availability

We are also looking to expand our activities schedule, so keep an eye out for new experiences at Fritton Lake.

Call 01493 484 008 to book your adventure today.

Resort opening hours


10AM - 8PM

Swimming pool

Mon to Wed - 10:30AM - 6PM

Thurs - Closed

Fri to Sun - 10:30AM - 6PM 

Surrounding Area

Explore Hall & Gardens

There are some great places to visit on the estate and in the surrounding area. Somerleyton Hall & Gardens just under 4 miles away) is open from Easter to September inclusive, where one of the great Victorian country houses sits almost unreal in the Arcadian park surrounded by 12 acres of arboretum and formal gardens including Nesfield’s famous maze and finely restored parterre. Cream teas and charming guides enrich the experience.

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Around Somerleyton

Beyond the estate

Visiting Somerleyton Hall works nicely with walking around the Victorian model village and enjoying the Duke’s Head our village pub down near the river Waveney. Indeed if you are a boaty sort, you can hire a day boat at St Olaves and drift down to Somerleyton moorings passing by our historic windmill along the way.

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Further afield

Great Yarmouth

We can recommend the imperious circus at the Hippodrome, Great Yarmouth run by one of Britain’s great circus impresarios Peter Jay and his family, the pleasure beach fun-fair with the oldest wooden roller-coaster in the country and Gorleston beach for a more sedate day by the sea is also great for young children. If you want a real gastronomic treat then the seafood restaurant in Yarmouth old town with its charming host Miriam Kiki and horse racing nostalgia is seriously good. We also recommend visiting Southwold Pier and Burgh Castle.

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