28 November 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Static Caravans in the Lake District

Site NamePlacePetsTelephoneWebsite
Avon Wood - Find Out MoreNewby BridgeY
Bassenthwaite Lakeside Lodges - Find Out MoreBassenthwaite KeswickY
Brockwood Hall Lodges - Find Out MoreMillomY
Chapel Farm - Find Out MoreLittle Asby ApplebyY
Crake Valley - Find Out MoreWater Yeat Nr ConistonY
Eurocamp - Tents - Great Langdale - Find Out MoreAmblesideY
Eurocamp - Tents - Low Wray - Find Out MoreAmblesideY
Fallbarrow Park - Find Out MoreBowness on WindermereY
Hillcroft Holiday Park - Find Out MorePooley Bridge UllswaterN
Keycamp - Tents - Great Langdale - Find Out MoreAmblesideY
Keycamp - Tents - Low Wray - Find Out MoreAmblesideY
Lakeland - Find Out MoreNr Grange over SandsY
Limefitt Park - Find Out MoreWindermere CumbriaY
Port Haverigg - Find Out MoreHaverigg MillomY
Pound Farm - Find Out MoreCrook nr Lake WindermereN
Rowanbank Caravan Park - Find Out MoreBeckfoot SillothY
Seacote Park - Find Out MoreSt BeesY
Seven Acres - Find Out MoreHolmrookY
Silecroft Holiday Park - Find Out MoreSilecroft WhichamN
Solway Holiday Village - Find Out MoreSilloth North LakesN
Stanwix Park - Find Out MoreSillothN
Tarnside Park - Find Out MoreBraystonesY
Thanet Well Lodges - Find Out MoreGreystoke Nr UllswaterY
White Cross Bay - Find Out MoreLake WindermereY
Wild Rose Park - Find Out MoreOrmside ApplebyY

The Lake District located in the North West part of England, is a popular holiday destination because of its breath-taking scenery, wide range of accommodation and numerous cultural sites to visit.

It is easy to be awed by the fantastic view of lakes and mountains, definitely the best ingredients to a quiet, laid-back holiday you have been dreaming about.  The lakes are popular with caravan clubbers and campers which offer a fantastic atmosphere, especially during autumn.  During this time of year, you can experience and witness the magnificent beauty of the changing trees with little distraction, as it has been observed that relatively few people visit the area during this season.  A wide range of water sports can meanwhile be best enjoyed during summer.

The mountains are a great retreat for those who would like to indulge in photography, hiking or even simply enjoying a quiet walk.  Other activities you can enjoy are rock climbing, caving and abseiling. 

If you are looking for an educational respite, you can visit the many museums and galleries of Lake District such as:

  1. Cumberland Pencil Museum – famous for holding the world record for the longest pencil in the world.  The museum offers friendly facilities for families and persons with disabilities.
  2. Dock Museum – experience a spectacular venue for film shows, adventure playground gallery exhibits at the Dock Museum.  It is said that this modern museum was built over an original Victorian graving dock.
  3. Kendal Museum – considered to be one of the oldest museums in England, Kendal Museum has a vast display of artifacts as well as flora and fauna.  They offer many exciting events to both adult and children.
  4. Keswick Art Gallery and Museum – A historic museum built in the 1800s, Keswick Art Gallery and Museum prides in offering a range of exhibits, gorgeous scenery and some famous people living around the area.
  5. Beatrix Pottery Gallery – Housed inside a 17th century building, the Beatrix Pottery Gallery is well-known for its display of original watercolor artworks of the famous author and illustrator of children’s books, Beatrix Potter.

For those who find walking or such physical activities exhausting, there are a lot of other things you can do such as mellow out at Tea Shops or do some window shopping at the little boutiques in Ambleside.  If you are too tired to move about, you may also find the boat trips on Windermere a good way to rest and relax.

Whatever the weather or your mood, the lakes are an excellent place to visit or even stay for good.

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