Lakeside Steam Railway
The Railway runs every weekend throughout the year and school holidays. Find out more about Eastleigh Lakeside Steam Railway and plan the perfect family day out!
The cafe is based within the station buildings at Eastleigh Lakeside Railway. They offer classic English breakfasts and a delicious menu of main meals, sandwiches, salads and sides.
Cafe Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Friday 8am to 3pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4pm
Waterside tree planting helps to make the ideal sheltered location for registered groups to hold water activities including canoeing, model boating, open water swimming and Newfoundland training.
For everyone's enjoyment and safety no individual craft, inflatables or swimming by members of the public are permitted
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Lakeside Weightlifting is Hampshire's first community-based Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting club.
The club believe coaching the principles of weightlifting and power-lifting allow you to connect your mind with your body, to help you find your strength.
Lakeside Weighlifting support both children and adults looking to learn, and develop their ability, strength, and confidence in these exciting, and rapidly growing sports. They offer the opportunity to learn the basics, develop your technique and strength, and if you so wish a pathway into competitive lifting at all levels.
The lakes provide good coarse angling and are open to visitors. carp, pike, tench, rudd, roach, eel and bream can be found in the waters. Day permits must be purchased in advance and can be obtained from the following agents:
- Home Stores Tackle, 68 High Road, Swaythling, 023 8055 1974
- Rovers, 178a West Street, Fareham, 01329 220354
- Dave's Tackle, 1 The Precinct, Gosport, 023 9252 9107
- Reids Tackle, Witherington Farm Fishery 01722 711616
- Premier Covenience Stores, Chestnut Avenue, Eastleigh 02380 575217
Day tickets are £10 Adult £6 Child - this includes a parking permit for the day.
More information can be found on the Eastleigh and District Angling Club website
Cyclists are welcome to bring their bikes and use our off-road cycle route which is part of the National Cycle Network route 23
Our demonstration garden aims to introduce plants that will provide year round food and shelter for wildlife, and help show you how you can encourage wildlife into your own gardens. Our volunteers have done a wonderful job planting fruit trees, vegetables, shrubs and plants and managing our pond.
If you love wildlife, being outdoors and are the type of person who longs to be messy in the mud, then volunteering in our countryside parks could be for you.