Welcome to Chichester Watersports – home to a wide range of water-based activities and watersports, with expert tuition and equipment hire on hand, and during the warmer months, the inflatable Aqua Park provides hours of summer fun.
Which watersports can I enjoy here?
You can enjoy a variety of watersports here including Wakeboarding (boat & cable 2.0), Waterskiing, Monoskiing, Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Kayaking.
There is a designated boat for waterskiing and wakeboarding, whether a learner or improver. The learner boat is equipped with a boom bar making it the easiest way to progress and benefit from our expert tuition. You can also enjoy inflatable rides, holding up to 10 people, for some adrenaline-filled fun.
You’ll find the UK’s longest 2.0 HD wakeboard cable at Chichester Watersports. This is an exhilarating and energising sport for you thrill seekers out there, or for those looking for a fun alternative to keep fit. Did you know that wake boarding is one of the fastest growing water sports worldwide! From complete beginners to advanced riders, expert instructors are here to help you experience this exciting sport.
SUP (Stand Up Paddle Boarding) is the perfect paddle-based activity suited to everyone. Originating from Hawaii, SUP requires a paddle to propel you through the water on a large surf-like board. You can Paddle Board around our 40-acre freshwater lake which has been described as, “hugely relaxing” and a “serene experience”.
Or you can choose a kayaking experience. All kayaks are sit on top with single or double options, making them ideal for beginners and families. Whilst you embark on your journey, be sure to check out all the different wildlife around the lake.
During the summer months you can find opportunities for Open Water Swimming here.
Bounce around at the Aqua Park
Jump, bounce, climb and slide around the amazing inflatable Aqua Park with your friends and family. The aqua park is open during the summer months.
Where is Chichester Watersports?
Chichester Watersports is situated just 5 minutes from Chichester city centre. Our freshwater lake measures around 40 acres, and is supplied mainly by The South Downs.