A tranquil fishing location nestled amongst scenic parklands.

Discover the tranquility of our scenic fishing lakes, harmoniously nestled amidst the beauty of nature. These man-made lakes stand as a testament to the rich history of the 18th-century parklands, offering a serene escape for fishing enthusiasts. We welcome anglers of all ages and experience levels to fish at the lake.

As part of the Rejuvenation Project, the North Lake has undergone a transformation, and it is now unveiled as the designated fishing lake for Burton Constable Holiday Park. Immerse yourself in the picturesque surroundings and experience the joy of angling in this idyllic setting.

February 2024 | 40+ Common Carp & Mirror Carp newly stocked

Carp

Pike

Bream

Perch

Roach

Eel

Standard Rates

Daytime Only – 9am until Dusk

Ticket prices are for single rods, additional rods are purchased separately.

Day Ticket£7.00
Day Ticket – Junior, Under 12£5.00
Day Ticket – Senior, Over 65£5.00
Weekly Ticket£24.00
Additional Rods (Max 3)£1.00

Unlimited Daytime Only – 9am until Dusk

Includes 1x vehicle registered to the ANPR system.

Seasons passes are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Season Pass – Holiday Home Owner£95.00
Season Pass – Visitor£105.00
Season Pass – Concession, Over 65£85.00

Exclusive to season pass holders.

Night fishing sessions require at least 24-hour notice and must be pre-arranged/pre-paid.

Must be stationed within a bivvy/brolly, with a torch and mobile phone using your emergency contact number.

1 Night Fishing Session£17.00

Fishing is permitted in only the North lake of the park, found beyond the Lakeside Bar.

Parking for anglers is located just north of the Lakeside Bar. This car park also features electrical vehicle charging points.

Facilities and toilets can be located at the Lakeside Bar during open hours, and public toilets are located further south on the Lakeside Bar. During the busy periods, the Parkland Kitchen catering van will be serving food outside of the Lakeside Bar.

All anglers must sign the angler’s pledge.

  • Park vehicles in the car park, located by The Lakeside Bar (at owners’ risk)
    • On the park map, see the location labelled “Touring Wardens”
  • Keep dogs on a lead at all times
  • Bring a valid EA rod licence for inspection
  • Present passes/day tickets upon request
  • Use barbless hooks only
  • Disinfect nets/cradles/mats before fishing
  • Use bait boats when respecting other anglers
  • Carp anglers to carry/use carp care kit
  • Use unhooking mats/cradles for carp/pike and other large fish
  • Use a minimum 36″ landing net for carp fishing
  • Use a minimum 10lb line for carp/pike
  • Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult
  • Place all rubbish in bins or take home
  • Be respectful of others in the park
  • No driving or parking on the grass
  • No more than 3 rods per angler
  • No fishing on the walled area at the north end of the North Lake
  • No fires – BBQs must be raised off the ground and disposed of responsibly
  • No keep nets, except on match days
  • No nut baits
  • No fixed leads/fixed rigs
  • No rods to be left unattended
  • No retainer slings/carp sacks
    • Fish are to be returned to the lake as soon as possible
  • No live baiting
  • No transferring or removal of fish
  • No radios, drones, wading, swimming, drugs or heavy drinking.

Fishing

Burton Constable Holiday Park

What types of fish are stocked in the lake?

The lake is stocked with a variety of fish, including carp, pike, bream, roach, perch, and eels.

How do i apply for a fishing License?

Fishing licenses can be obtained from the government website.

Are electric fishing pegs available at the park?

As of now, we do not provide electric hook-up as a service.

Are there any public toilets on the park?

There are several toilet facilities accessible to both fishermen and visitors.

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