Opened in March 1929, Clevedon Marine Lake is the world’s largest sea water
infinity pool – and a piece of aquatics history.
It’s an amazing space the size of two football pitches, where you can take a dip, ‘catch a crab’ or snap the perfect pic, with
panoramic views over the third highest tidal range in the world.
It’s open access,open to all, year round.
Visit Clevedon Marine Lake website where you’ll find lots of useful information to
help you get the most out of every visit, including news on lake events, details on
when or when not to take a dip and where to send your lake pics.
There’s also a LAKECAM, streaming live footage from the lake so you can see what’s going on and
check out conditions.