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Troutbeck

Troutbeck Caravan and Camping Park is a beautiful park situated in the northern part of the world-famous Lake District National Park. Nestled about half way down the A66 between Penrith and Keswick and only 5 miles from Lake Ullswater our beautiful spacious and green campsite makes us a destination of choice and the reason our guests think we are probably one the best caravan parks in Cumbria.

We welcome families and their pets to Troutbeck, with a children’s play area and plenty of open spaces to enjoy, both on site and in the surrounding area.

We have 54 pitches and welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring caravans onto the site, while we also have a well-equipped holiday caravan that sleeps up to six people and comes with TV and DVD player, Freeview television channels, a fully equipped kitchen and an en-suite shower. All pitches on our site, which has been awarded a five-star Visit Britain award and a five-star AA Pennant, offer stunning views of the surrounding hills of the Lake District National Park. We welcome families and their pets to Troutbeck, with a children’s play area and plenty of open spaces to enjoy, both on site and in the surrounding area.

Our mobile pitches are equipped with electric hook-ups, with laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal facilities located on the site for your convenience, too. Wi-Fi internet is also available for you to use at your leisure. The on-site shop stocks everything you need for your stay, meaning you can come and stay at Troutbeck and simply use our well-located, peaceful site to relax and hibernate for the duration of your break should you choose to do so.

Rookin House Farm Equestrian and Activity Centre can be found close to the site, where you can go horse riding both in the surrounding fields and on various trails in the area, as well as other fun activities including archery and, uniquely, amphibious driving. Dalemain Historic House and Gardenscan be found near Ullswater and is a great place to visit for those with an interest in architecture. The “Lady on the Lake” is Ullswater’s famous lake ferry, allowing you to travel to various points around the lake as well as enjoy a bite to eat and a refreshing drink; all you need to decide is whether you want to take a return journey or walk back to where you started!

There are numerous places to relax and enjoy fishing around the Lake District National Park, while several hill walks are also within easy reach. Penrith and Keswick are minutes away by car for those who want to head into the Cumbrian towns.

Open from:
6th March - 4th November

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Hardstanding with electric hook-up, Grass pitch with electric hook-up, Hardstanding only pitch, Grass only pitch (no electric), Flushing toilet, Showers, Washbasins, Electric shaver sockets, Dedicated accessible facilities, Parent and baby room, Chemical toilet disposal point, Drinking water taps, Motorhome stop-off, Washing Machines, Dishwashing facilities, Ice pack freezing, Shop, Childrens play area, Gas cylinders, Pets welcome, Designated dog walk, Alternative Accommodation, Holiday Homes & Exclusive lodges, Wi-fi (Other provider)


Accomodations:
Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, Serviced pitches (touring)

Nearby attractions:

Keswick and Penrith towns are both easily accessible from the site.
Rookin House Farm Equestrian and Activity Centre offers many activities, including archery, amphibious driving and horseriding.
Dalemain Historic House and Gardens, near Ullswater, combines medieval, Tudor and Georgian architecture with lovely gardens.
Beckstone Art Gallery is one of the country’s leading fine art galleries, displaying over 300 paintings by 40 of the nation’s top artists.
Blencathra (also known as Saddleback) is one of the many fells within walking distance of the site.
The impressive waterfall of Aira Force is managed by the National Trust.
Eden Ostrich World is on a working arable, beef and sheep farm and has zebras and racoons alongside a soft play area.
Whinlatter Forest Park is England’s only true Mountain Forest. In the summer, there is a video link showing the Bassenthwaite ospreys at the Visitor Centre.
The Coast to Coast cycleway passes directly opposite the site.


Troutbeck (www)

Hutton Moor End, Troutbeck
Cumbria, North of England
United Kingdom
CA11 0SX
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Based on 2 review(s)

Herts

5.0 stars

We moved up to this site after spending a week touring the southern lakes. A great little site. Very helpful wardens, a small shop, clean shower blocks and other facilities like washing up are, waste disposal, information hut, and laundry. upon arrival we were shown which pitches were available and left to choose where we wanted to go. Great views from the pitches. Some previous reviews have mentioned that the activity centre next door was noisy. I did hear some clay pidgin shooting one morning but it didn't bother us, and after all we were there to see the Lake District not listen out for noisy neighbours. Good size pitches. Very clean and tidy, a credit to the wardens. Will visit again.

West Yorkshire

5.0 stars

Small family owned site - helpful friendly staff always happy to help! Pitches spacious and well cared for. Excellent position for touring the Lake District and Fell Walking just at the base of Blencathra. The site has many ideas for places to visit also maps for local walks which start from the site. Plenty of family friendly country inns all serving lots of local produce on their menus. Couldn't be any better.