Ullswater Caravan, Camping & Marine Park is a beautiful holiday destination in the heart of the Lake District National Park. The park is open from 1st January to the middle of November, and welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents. There is also a wide range of other rented holiday accommodation available, if you fancy hiring camping cabins or renting holiday cottages and holiday caravans. The park has a select number of caravans for sale, too, so guests wishing to make Ullswater and the Lake District their permanent holiday retreat destination are able to do so.
150 pitches are available for touring and camping guests, and the park facilities available include toilet and shower blocks, a washing up area, and a laundrette.
A children’s playground is available on the site, allowing little ones to run off their energy reserves, while the area around the playground is also open and flat, perfect for family ball games or general play. The on-site shop is open from 9am and allows guests to stock up on holiday and camping essentials as well as refreshments and a few luxury items.
There is so much to do around the Lake District that guests staying at Ullswater Caravan, Camping & Marine Park are truly spoiled for choice when it comes to finding things to do.
A great place to start is on Ullswater itself. There are several Ullswater steamers that operate river cruises on the lake. Guests have several options for enjoying a trip on these. The most popular steamer trips are one way journeys from one side of the lake to the other, with guests choosing to walk back or take public transport while stopping off for something to eat and a drink at the villages around the lake. Half and full day cruises including lunch, dinner, and drinks are also available, and are a great experience.
Those looking to explore the area around Ullswater on foot will enjoy the pebble beaches that are found at various points around the water.
Many people head to the Lake District to enjoy the walking and climbing opportunities that are abundant throughout the area. Some of England’s most famous hills and fells are found across the region, while many of the great trails lead to opportunities to enjoy swimming in slow moving streams and rivers, as well as exciting activities like gorge walking.
Most of the pursuits on offer around the Lake District naturally lend themselves to keeping fit, whether you enjoy strenuous walks or slightly gentler activities such as horse riding beside the lakes, playing golf in this spectacular landscape, and bowls, all of which are widely available. With water all around, there are plenty of places to enjoy a day of fishing, too. The various lakes also offer water sports including canoeing and sailing, and experiencing all of them is definitely something aim for during a trip.
Visit the Lake District's market towns and village during a stay at the park. The nearest is Penrith, which has a great range of shops as well as a leisure centre, museum, and castle.
So if you're looking for holidays in the Lake District, take a closer look at the many types of accommodation on offer at Ullswater Caravan, Camping & Marine Park.
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Set in the heart of the Ullswater valley come and unwind amidst breathtaking scenery at any time of the year. Ramble through some of the best walking country in Britain (easy access to the Helvelyn range and many more) get out your mountain bike and go off road, use our own secluded private marina to gain access to the stunning Lake Ullswater itself, or simply enjoy the pleasures of the delightful towns and villages dotted throughout the Lake District and Cumbria.
Based on 2 review(s)
01 Jun 2016
Great little park. Fantastic location - not far from J40 of M6 and very close to
Ullswater and Pooley Bridge (which has great pubs with child/dog friendly gardens). Took about an hour to get to Windermere and 40 minutes to get to Keswick. Very clean toilets/showers. Small shop and chippy. Lovely play park for kids. Will return.
Kent 23 May 2006
A lovely little caravan park overlooking Lake Ullswater. Great views from some pitches. Good children's play area. Small shop on site and other limited shopping in nearby Pooley Bridge.
Go up the hill through the Kirkstone Pass and you've at Windermere in the heart of the Lakes.