Our Visitor Sites

Draycote Water

Draycote Water is a 240-hectare reservoir and country park that draws its water from River Leam which then supplies drinking water to Rugby and Coventry. Draycote Water has everything you need for a great day out, with plenty of activities and things to do.

Work at Hensborough Embankment

The circular route will be open from March 29th 2024. Work will still be ongoing in the area so please stick to the paths when going through the area.

Visitor site

How to find us

Kites Hardwick


CV23 8AB

The visitor site is open 7:30am-4:30pm. The visitor hub is open everyday (except Christmas day) 10am to 4pm.

Cash and card payments accepted

Visitor Site

Visitor Hub

Car park opening times

Car park charges

Draycote Water has a smooth surfaced path that's suitable for pushchair and wheelchair access.

We want to make our visitor sites accessible for everyone.

Our teams have created accessibility guides which explain how you can access our sites and the support that's available while you're there.

Our team have also created a sensory guide for visitors with cognitive disabilities.

Sorry but your furry friend can't be walked around the reservoir we’re afraid, but the 24 acre Country Park allows for a short dog walk.


General information

Draycote Water is a Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction