10 Camping spots in the Lake District

10 Camping spots in the Lake District
1. Park Cliffe 
Only 3 miles from Bowness-on-Windermere, Park Cliffe Camping and Caravan Park is easily accessible and offers a peaceful, tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether your stay at Park Cliffe is in a tourer, tent, caravan, one of our rather fabulous, eco-friendly and locally made camping pods, luxury static caravan or lodge, you’ll find nothing less than a warm welcome from our friendly staff. The park is in a world of its own with absolutely stunning views over Lake Windermere and the fells and mountains beyond. An abundance of wildlife such as squirrels, roe and red deer, foxes and birds surround us, in fact, such are our environmental credentials that TV botanist David Bellamy is an especially big fan of Park Cliffe. So much so, in fact, that he has presented us with his prestigious Gold Conservation Award for our work in protecting the natural environment!

2. Castlerigg Hall 
Set in an elevated position in a scenic area just outside Keswick, Castlerigg Hall enjoys exceptional panoramic views of Derwentwater & Bassenthwaite Lake set against a dramatic backdrop of the surrounding fells. With caravans for hire and areas for touring caravans, motorhomes, camping and camping pods, Castlerigg Hall is the perfect Lake District camping & caravan park. https://www.castlerigg.co.uk/

3. The Quite Site
Ideally situated in Ullswater, the very heart of Cumbria’s Lake District National Park. Enjoy the stunning scenery that The Quiet Site is nestled in and enjoy the local walks, fells, lakes, cycle tracks, shops and so much more. Hobbit holes, Camping pods and luxury cottages for hire. Pitches for Touring Caravan, Tents, VW’s and motorhomes. Static caravans to buy… we have them all! Family-friendly, dog-friendly, romance friendly – we accommodate everyone..!

4. Park Foot
Park Foot provides the ideal base for exploring the breathtaking scenery of the Lake District. The park has direct access to Lake Ullswater for a lovely lakeside walk into Pooley Bridge or onto Barton Fell and is sure to impress with its private beach and boat launching facilities. Family run and family friendly, it offers a host of great activities on site - pony trekking, tennis, fishing and more!

5. Baystone Bank Farm Campsite
Baystone Bank Farm Campsite is a small and peaceful site situated in the stunningly beautiful Lake District National Park. Camp by the side of a gently flowing stream, bring your friends and hire 'The Orchard' so you can all camp in your own area, try glamping by hiring one of the bell tents, or luxuriate in The Roundhouse. You'll wake to the sound of birdsong and views of mountains.

6. Haven Lakeland Leisure Park
With views of Morecambe Bay and glittering lakes, Lakeland Leisure Park invites you to hike, walk and explore as far as you can see. Come back for some canoeing and kayaking, see the sun set from a quiet spot- or make a host of new friends! Surrounded by beautiful vistas and with its own lake, watersports and plenty of facilities to make sure you enjoy your stay, this park makes caravans, motorhomes, tents and trailer tents welcome.

7. Newby Bridge Country Caravan Park
Set within wild woodlands, Newby Bridge Country Caravan Park provides a tranquil haven for those with a love of the outdoors, easy access to a variety of walking and cycling routes in the Lake District National Park, water based activities on Windermere and local restaurants, inns and attractions. Surrounded by wild woodland, the surroundings provide excellent habitat for wildlife. Being located near the southern tip of Lake Windermere, Newby Bridge is within easy access to popular local amenities and family attractions.

8. Waterfoot Park
Waterfoot Park is nestled in the grounds of a Georgian mansion overlooking England's most beautiful lake, Ullswater. It is only a short walk from the Ullswater 'Steamers' Pier, the charming village of Pooley Bridge and more stunning Lakes scenery. The site is surrounded by ancient woodland in the northern region of the national park, a prime habitat for the elusive red squirrel. Waterfoot Park is a perfect location for those that enjoy walking, cycling, watersports, outdoor activities and heritage holidays. You'll stay on the Ullswater Way footpath which connects by cruise, foot and bus to the four main pier stops around Ullswater.

9. Black Beck Farm
Explore a world of incredible Lake District stays at peaceful Black Beck Farm, with a wide selection of camping, glamping and hire options. With many options pet friendly, this is a great choice for dog lovers and your setting between Windermere and Coniston Water is a real treat. Surrounded by lovely market towns, and quaint Lakeland villages, it's a setting that's not to be missed.

10. Coniston Park Coppice Caravan Club Site
Coniston Park Coppice Caravan Club Site is a woodland site, very close to Coniston Water, and ideal launching point for a boating exploration of the Lake District. Start your adventure here and uncover all of Cumbria's idyllic national park. Buses will take you from close by the site to explore Coniston and Ulverston.

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