Frisby Lakes Lodge Park

The Lodge Park with a difference


Natural, environmentally friendly living is what is imperative to us at Frisby Lakes! 

In developing the lodge park, we want to harness the beauty surrounding us but recognise the importance of sustainability and technology.  We offer exceptional energy efficient lodges, with eco-friendly appliances, low maintenance finishes and a 10-year guarantee so that you and future generations will continue to enjoy the park and its habitat in all its glory.  We want our owners to embrace the relaxing lifestyle and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that made us relocate from London to the beautiful Leicestershire countryside.   

Sharon Sheridan – Managing Director – Finlog Developments Limited

Semi-retired,  we love being at Frisby Lakes!

Our solid log lodge is cosy, especially when the log burner is lit and we hunker down listening to the raindrops on the roof.  We love the incredible wildlife and in particular the variety of birds that visit our feeders.  Walking around the lake with our dog is very special, as every time there is something new to see.

Ron & Judy – Owners

Earth moving at its Best!

Having worked on groundwork projects nationally, we are happy to be local and helping develop Frisby Lakes Lodge Park.  Formally a quarry site we’ve moved 1000’s of tonnes of soil, deposited loads of hardcore and dug meters of trench for pipes and ducting.  It will be great to get the top soil on and the roads in place for phases 1 & 2, confident in the infrastructure and ready for the expansion in to phases 3, 4 and 5.  Being local, it’s great to support the project as we understand the characteristics of the land.

Richard Fenton –  R J Fenton Plant Hire & Groundworks

Twitching on a Grand Scale!

We were pleased to be invited by Rob and Sharon to see what birdlife was using Frisby Lakes. The area has some great habitat and a diverse range of species are already in residence. Their long-term aim is to monitor and further develop the wetlands to encourage bird species to feed, breed and roost in the area.

Following our visit we aim to recruit volunteers to help with conservation tasks linked to our aims.
Practical steps we hope to take include:-

  • Clearing islands to create breeding sites for terns and waders.
  • Installing a Sand Martin bank.
  • Constructing and erecting bird boxes for species such as Barn Owl.
  • Maintaining and improving the natural food supplies at the site.
  • Improving the viewing opportunities for bird watching.

With all these plans it will be great that at some future date we can look back with pride at our success in conserving and enhancing the bird life of Frisby Lakes.

Roger Brett - LROS