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Trevassack Lake Open Day

On Sunday 19 May we will be holding an Open Day at Trevassack Lake, Garras near Helston from 10am-4pm. There will be FREE watersports activities onsite and the opportunity to find out more about the Trust’s plans to develop a National Centre of Excellence for Watersports for ALL at the site.

Open Day Activities:

Sailing accompanied by an HRCST Sailing Instructor
Swimming within a designated swim area.

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Adapted Hansa sailing dinghies and sit-on-top kayaks will be available for launching from our newly installed pontoon and hoist system. If you would like to take part in activities and have additional needs, please contact us in advance to let us know your requirements by phoning 07555 785102 or emailing info@s802763855.websitehome.co.uk.

The delicious Helford Hog Roasts will be onsite from 11am-3pm with all income from sales going to raise funds for HRCST. Off Road Coffee will be selling hot drinks and cakes from 10am-4pm. You can also bring a picnic.

Buoyancy aids will be provided by HRCST. Please bring your own wetsuit or old clothes and a waterproof jacket if you would like to take part in watersports.

Portaloos and a fully accessible mobiloo will be available onsite but limited changing facilities, so please be prepared to change outdoors.

There is limited car parking onsite and overflow parking arrangements will be in place. Access to the lakeside is via a single-track road. If you have mobility issues and would prefer to arrange a drop-off at the lakeside, please contact HRCST on 07555 785102 or email: info@s802763855.websitehome.co.uk.

Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome onsite.



Follow the A3083 towards St Keverne and The Lizard. After RNAS Culdrose turn left at the roundabout signposted B3293 St Keverne.

Continue along this road to the mini-roundabout at Garras, then turn right, continuing along the B3293 until you see the signs for Trelowarren Estate. Take the first turning on the right after the sign to Trelowarren (opposite the white gates) and continue along the unmarked road in the direction of Cury Cross Lanes. If you pass the turning on the left to Helford Village and Manaccan on the B3293, you’ve gone too far.

Car parking is on the left, in a field with a short 3 minute walk along the road to Trevassack Lake.

There is car parking for disabled visitors onsite at the lake. You will find the lake on the left-hand side of the road, opposite Trevassack campsite.

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