Rutland Water is proud to host the Rutland Sailability program that is designed to enable people with any disability to enjoy sailing in a safe environment. Please note:  Photo ID required or electric bike hire. "Weather perfect for a great trip on the Rutland Belle around the reservoir, Staff were very informative and I liked Normanton Church on the water." If you’ve not ridden before and want to try some lessons, try booking into Somerby Equestrian Centre, Stretton Riding School or Owston Lodge Equestrian Centre. Covid-19 updates for Rutland can be found here. 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Rutland is a great place to pursue an interest in your surroundings, whether you have a passion for wildlife and nature, an enthusiasm for gardening or a keen interest in photography and landscape painting. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. If you enjoy the great outdoors, then you’ll find lots of thing to enjoy in this rural retreat. £1 all day parking for park runners on the day. All our golf clubs are popular with locals and also offer fabulous social opportunities and dining facilities at their club houses for visitors too. Attracting anglers from across the UK and Europe, both beginners and those with a lifelong passion for fishing enjoy the exceptional fishing opportunities on offer at Rutland Water. Drinks are available on board. Rutland Water Golf Course is open to members and non-members, pre-booking is essential, click on the link on their name for more details. Outdoor Adventure Activities at Rutland Water and the River Nene. Hiking from village to village whilst taking in the views and a country pub of two is very rewarding! Parking Permits. Rutland Water Golf Course, Greetham Valley Golf Course, Rutland County Golf & Footgolf Course. A new event, the Swim Rutland Night Swim, will take place in early September 2017. Our official Blue Badge Tour Guide offering guided walks of Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford. Tariff (from 1st May 2018) Price. There is a weekly parkrun at Rutland Water every Saturday at 9am starting at Normanton Church. Outdoor sports are extremely well catered for with plenty of walking and cycling routes available, plus fishing, golfing and the huge choice of watersports that take place on Rutland Water. Bowl Everyone Over With Our Grilling Courses. Rutland Water Nature Reserve and bird hides will be open; ... stunning waterfront café is the perfect place to enjoy a well-deserved drink or snack as you take time from all of the activities on offer at Rutland Water. Rutland Water is the centrepiece for sporting activities in Rutland. Things to Do in Rutland, Vermont: See Tripadvisor's 651 traveler reviews and photos of Rutland tourist attractions. Whilst famous for its water sports and sailing facilities it’s also the perfect place for a spot of fly fishing. Covid-19 update; You can now play golf again in Rutland! Rutland is blessed with some fantastic Golf Courses, with many enjoying the best views available in the county. Although predominately a Trout fly fishery we do allow Predator fishing at certain times of the year. Junior parkrun happens every Sunday, also at Normaton at 9am, but a shorter distance of 2km and lots more cheering! There’s a huge range of activities waiting for you, regardless of your age or ability. We have reviews of the best places to see in Rutland. Play the most outstanding golf in Rutland! With Panoramic views of Rutland Water you have a choice of the challenging 18 hole Championship Normanton course or nine par 3 holes on the Hambleton course You can hire Clubs and buggies, warm up on the driving range and practice on the chipping and putting greens. There are two nature reserves around Rutland water, with many hides providing a great opportunity to spot a rare bird to two – or you can visit one of the many stunning gardens open to the public. Parkrunners can register for free via the parkrun UK website and need to bring a hard copy of their barcode. Full day  hire available visit www.rutlandcycling.com/hire to book and for more information. If you enjoy seeing the countryside from the saddle, then Rutland can offer you some fantastic hacking, plus horse friendly accommodation! Greetham Valley Golf Course is now open to members and their guests. Plus, we’ll also rent you all the extras, including helmets, child seats and comfy saddle covers. The Rutland Belle can carry up to 110 passengers, with 60 places in the under-cover saloons. The annual Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, in nearby Stamford, draw huge numbers of spectators and equestrian fans from all over the world. Designed to give you the chance to experience the thrill of swimming in open water underneath the stars, this fantastic event is sure to be a firm favourite with Rutland adventurers! Rutland is also a great base for you if you’re keen to explore the East Midlands. A cruise aboard the Rutland Belle allows you to enjoy the sights of Rutland Water whilst listening to commentary highlighting points of interest. The parkrun attracts all ages and abilities who walk, jog or run the 3 miles, from babies in buggies to Nordic walkers, there is also provision for all abilities – and everyone is encouraged back to the restaurant for a drink and a chat afterwards. There are numerous award winning pubs, restaurants and hotels in the county, with each able to inform you of the provenance of their menus. Set in stunning 3,100 acres of beautiful rolling English countryside, Rutland Water has a 25 mile (40 km) perimeter track, perfect for cycling, walking and running. Rutland is host to many big sporting events, such as the Dambusters Triathlon, The Vitruvian, Rutland Water Marathon and the International CiCLE Classic race. Rutland Water is the centrepiece for sporting activities in Rutland. There’s a huge range of activities waiting for you, regardless of your age or ability. Rutland is very proud to offer visitors and locals an abundance of locally produced food and drink. Set in stunning 3,100 acres of beautiful rolling English countryside, Rutland Water has a 25 mile (40 km) perimeter track, perfect for cycling, walking and running. Many of the finest English stately homes are easy to reach from Rutland; museums, concerts, outdoor cinemas, sports facilities, family friendly attractions and things to do make our county a superb choice for you and your family. Rutland is ideal for cyclists and ramblers, with trails and routes available from the Visitor Centre at Sykes Lane. This must be with members of your own household and/or up to ONE other person.