Cleveley Bridge Leisure Park is situated on the edge of the Trough of Bowland in the North West of England. It sits at the foot of Calder Fell leading to the Forest of Bowland and well known for its outstanding natural beauty.
It is set in 22 acres of woodland and runs along side the River Wyre. The site with its abundance of wildlife and tranquil surroundings offer a unique peaceful place ideal for any angler to relax and unwind.
Cleveley Bridge hosts three main lakes and four Stock ponds. The lakes comprise of The Swanbrook Lake also known as the Specimen Lake, the Canal which accommodates 40 pegs and is popular for matches and finally the Serpentine Lake, this accommodates 15 pegs and is also a popular choice for matches. The four stock ponds comprise of The Butterfly One, Butterfly Two, Last Resort and Lily Bank. All the ponds are suitable for pleasure anglers, novice and accomplished.
All the lakes are well stocked and constantly maintained. They contain a mixture of species of varying size and weight. Most lakes have Mirror, Common and Grass Carp, Trench, Perch, Roach, Rudd, Bream and smaller quantities of Barbel and Chub all waiting to challenge the accomplished or novice angler.
Fishing is available by day ticket and overnight fishing and long breaks are available. We also offer a Fishing Lodge.