Directions

Dorney Lake is ideally placed being within easy reach of London, Heathrow Airport, the M4 corridor and the M3, M25 and M40 motorways. It is well served by the rail network with main stations being Slough, Maidenhead and Windsor. We are also near Taplow and Burnham train stations.

 

 

We have a car park for members of the public situated at the top end of the lake.

We have recently moved to a new car parking provider, where payment for parking in our Arboretum (Public) Car Park can be made

by contactless payment at the terminal or via the JustPark app.

Our parking fee still remains at £2.50 flat rate for the whole day. 

 

If you are attending an event, please contact the organiser for specific parking instructions.

 

Please be aware - Due to the increased Covid restrictions, we are further managing the access on to our private site to avoid congestion around the Boathouse area.

Access to site for members of the public is now only possible via our Main Entrance Gates, Footpath 8 from the Thames Path and the North entrance to the Sustrans Path leading to Boveney Road. Mr Brightside is now sited at the other end of the lake and the public toilets are closed.

By Road

  • Exit at Junction 7 of the M4 motorway and follow slip road to the at the bottom roundabout

  • Turn left onto the A4 towards Maidenhead

  • After traffic lights, turn left at the roundabout onto B3026, signposted for Dorney and Eton

  • On the sharp left-hand bend, turn right, signposted Dorney Reach

  • After 400m, enter Dorney Lake, Eton College Rowing Centre through large white double gates.

  • Continue along the main access road where our Public Car Park can be found to your right. 

  • Alternatively, if you are attending a Private Event at the Boathouse or within the grounds, please contact your events organiser for parking and access arrangements.

By Train

Main stations for Dorney Lake are Slough and Windsor & Eton Riverside.

We are also near Burnham, Taplow and Maidenhead stations.

An ideal location for international meetings, being so close to Heathrow yet set in such idyllic surroundings’

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