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Lake Bank Jetty

An unspoiled stop at the very foot of the lake on the western side

Lake Bank is at the very foot of the lake on the western side. It was bought in early 1999 by the Rawdon-Smith Trust (who own the bed of the lake) and they lease us the right to provide a service from this point.

Lake Bank is the oldest site for a public jetty on the lake and has been in use since 1860 when one-day tours were brought here by Steam Packet, rail and trap from Liverpool. This is a really delightful part of the lake, little visited and totally unspoiled.

Parking: No
Cafe: No
Shop: No
Toilets: No

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