Killington Lake is set in beautiful surroundings close to M6 junction 37. Originally constructed as the header for the Kendal to Lancaster canal the lake is now used extensively by water-sports enthusiasts and fishermen. For more information about sailing or canoeing on the lake please contact Killington Sailing Association.
The rivers Lune, Rawthey and Clough are renown for their excellent white water canoeing, and attract people from all over the north west when conditions are good. More information can be found in the UK Rivers Guidebook.