Holiday in the Lake District at Waters Edge Caravan Park in your tent, tourer, motorhome or holiday home. This dog-friendly holiday park is the perfect base for exploring the mountains, moors and ancient towns of North West England.
The Lake District: where the peaks of England’s tallest mountains rise above the glassy surfaces of long, gently rippling lakes. The area is a walker’s paradise. Easy trails for beginners through to challenging ones for experienced hikers will lead you along, up and over the dazzling landscapes that have inspired a who’s who list of Britain’s most imaginative minds.
The Yorkshire Dales, the Forest of Bowland and the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are all within easy travelling distance, too.
Twenty minutes north of the park is the historic limestone market town of Kendal. Its cobbled streets are home to pubs, restaurants, shops, a museum, a leisure centre, and an arts centre offering a full programme of cinema, theatre, music, exhibitions and festivals. The town is backdropped by the foothills of the Lakes and overlooked by the romantic ruins of its medieval castle.
There’s plenty to do onsite at Waters Edge too. Head out on one of the many country walks that lead out from the park, tuck into a lazy picnic beside the duck pond, relax in the bar, or enjoy a day doing all three.
This cosy sized park welcomes tents, tourers and motorhomes and offers holiday homes available for sale. Hardstanding pitches and electric hook-ups are available. There’s a chemical waste disposal point, and you’ll have full access to well-maintained wash facilities and a laundrette.
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ice pack freezing facilities
DirectionsLeave M6, J36 east on A65, first left for Crooklands, under motorway, entrance on right in 0.75 mile on garage forecourt, see tarmac drive on left to Waters Edge.
Things to do in the Lake District
Explore. Windermere are Keswick are two popular lakes, Scafell is England’s highest mountain, and many more lakes, forests, fells and mountains lie waiting to be discovered.
Outdoor activities. Ride a mountain bike or a horse through the stunning scenery or take to the water on one of the lakes. Outdoor activity opportunities can be found throughout the area.
Sizergh Castle. Explore the stately home and its landscaped gardens which include wildflower areas, a water garden and the National Trust’s largest limestone rock garden.
Abbot Hall Art Gallery and Museum includes an exquisite collection of British landscape paintings that spans 300 years.