Batchworth Lake is a park lake set in the far north of the Colne Valley at the Rickmansworth Aquadrome.
Originally dug as a gravel pit to supply gravel for the old Wembley stadium it is now set in a nature reserve. The lake is around 16 acres in size and is spring fed from a sluice gate from the adjacent River Colne. There are some great features to be found around the lake including gravel bars and plateaus, two main islands, some great snags and a buoy line that forms a slalom course for the water skiers. *It is important to note you must never fish over the buoy line*