Activities and Camping Great days out with South West Lakes We have five Activity Centres across the region, where you can hire watersports equipment, launch your own craft or learn something new with our friendly and qualified instructors: Roadford Lake in Devon Siblyback Lake on Bodmin Moor Stithians Lake in West Cornwall Tamar Lakes on the Devon Cornwall border Wimbleball Lake on Exmoor. Extend your stay and camp at Roadford Campsite, Siblyback Campsite, Stithians Campsite, Tamar Campsite or Wimbleball Campsite. Our lakes provide the perfect setting for a great day out in Cornwall, Devon and on Exmoor. Venture along our trails, encountering nature face to face. Refuel at our onsite cafés with delicious snacks, cakes and hot drinks. Enjoy a wide range of fun things to do – try an activity on or off the water for the very first time, shoot an arrow or swing through the trees, discover paddleboarding or explore our lakes by canoe. Extend your stay and enjoy a night under canvas, create a family holiday packed with new experiences creating lifelong memories. Holidays like no other Keep the whole family entertained with a range of activities on and off the water. Our expertly trained instructors offer superb sessions for you to experience a day out like no other. From canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing to archery and high ropes – there’s plenty of outdoor activities to experience the ultimate day out or holiday with the family in Cornwall, Devon and on Exmoor. #ItsYourOutdoors - come and explore! Download our Camping and Activities Terms and Conditions. Roadford Siblyback Stithians Tamar Wimbleball Camping Events News About us Meet Matt Lennox, Visitor Experience Manager, Central Hello everyone, my name is Matt Lennox and I’m the Visitor Experience Manager covering the central area which includes Roadford Lake and Siblyback Lake. I have been involved with the great work South West Lakes Trust do since the age of 16, starting off as a kayaking instructor during the summer months at Tamar. Unlike most of my colleagues I entered the sailing world quite late, growing up I was more into surfing, football and swimming. It was only when I started working for the Trust I learnt to sail which is a great example of the training and personal development opportunities that come with the job. My job nowadays as Visitor Experience Manager is extremely varied which is what I really enjoy, during the summer months the days are long but I get to spend a lot of time on the water. During the off season I spend a lot of my time planning and preparing for the coming season – recruitment, finding new business, equipment purchasing and repairs, facility improvements are just some of the things I get up to stay busy when the weather is foul outside!