Camping in Lake District
Camping and touring holidays in the Lake District
If you love the outdoors, you’ll be in your element in The Lake District. It is undoubtedly one of the finest camping locations in England. Whether you fancy taking a hike through the spectacular mountains and climbing one of England’s highest peaks or going on a boat trip on England’s largest lake, Lake Windermere, there’s plenty to do and see when you go touring and camping in The Lake District. Pitch up at our Lakeland Holiday Park located near to Grange-over-Sands and get ready to explore the great outdoors. Our Lake District campsite has 177 flat, grass pitches including Tent, Electric and hard standing Euro electric pitches.
Things to do in Lake District
The Lake District is home to some well-known peaks: the Old Man of Coniston or maybe Scafell Pike – the highest point in England. Visit the abandoned mines around Honister and the ruined abbey of Furness. Take a trip to see Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount, both former homes of William Wordsworth. Poetry was not the only writing inspired by the district. The little ones will love the World of Beatrix Potter, where Peter Rabbit and the rest of the gang are brought to full furry life. Or try the Lakes Aquarium or the South Lakes Wild Animal Park. Fly a kite on the beach at Morecombe Bay or get out on the water and try a spot of sailing in Lake Windermere. Less outdoorsy thrill-seekers can head to Blackpool – it's only an hour away.
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Looking for a good place to pitch up? With 22 holiday parks dotted around the glorious UK coast offering touring and camping holidays, all you’ll need to do is decide where you’re heading to next, pack up and go