Hawton Waters

Carp Pike Tench
Fishery Information
Hawton Waters
Hawton Waters,
Cotham Lane, Hawton, Newark,

NG24 3RJ
Fish Species
Carp Tench Pike Bream Roach Rudd
Fishery Information

Welcome to Hawton Waters
Set in the idyllic and tranquil surroundings of the English countryside, Hawton Waters offers the perfect place for caravan storage, fishing and leisure breaks. Located in the East Midlands just 15 miles North of Nottingham we are within easy access of the M1, A1, A46 and A17. Local attractions include Belvoir Castle, Belton Woods and the historic market town of Newark on Trent.

We are a family run business set within the estate of our arable farm and surrounded by 800 acres of award winning farm and wood land. Hawton Waters boasts a stunning 14 acre fishing lake and has an array of walkways including those along the river Devon which flows through our estate.

Our facilities include:-

Secure storage for caravans, motorhomes and other leisure vehicles, all secured in purpose built compounds and monitored by CCTV.
Caravan and Motorhome leisure breaks, with lake side/lake viewpitches and access to electric, water stand pipe and waste disposal facilities.
Private 14 acre fishing lake stocked with a variety of fish including Carp, Bream, Roach and Rudd to name a few. All leisure break visitors are welcome to fish as well as members of our yearly syndicate.

Fishing breaks

Hawton Waters offers anglers a choice of fishing in either our stunning 14 acre fishing lake or the River Devon which runs through our estate.

Fishing of the lake and river is permitted to our private syndicate members and leisure break visitors for an additional fee per day. The lake is stocked with an array of fish including Mirror, Common, Leather and Ghost Carp,with catches of 38lb (Big Betty!!) as well as Bream, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Eel and Pike. The river catches include Chub, Bream and Carp.

The waters and its surroundings are also home to some beautiful widlife and birds including Swans, Canadian Geese, Water Hens and for the bird watching enthusiasts the extremely rare Bitton, Long Eared Owl and red listed Tree Sparrows.