Lake District Holiday Parks
It’s easy to see why the Lake District earned its World Heritage Site status. With awe-inspiring scenery around every corner, you’ll discover endless views and fantastic family attractions on your next holiday in the Lake District.
All 4 of our holiday parks are ideally located, with White Cross Bay and Fallbarrow situated on the shores of Windermere, while Limefitt can be found a few minutes away in peaceful Troutbeck. Our fourth park, Gatebeck, is exclusive for holiday home owners and is just a short distance from Kendal.
Whether you’re hiking the hilltops, enjoying a cruise across the lake or simply making the most of the facilities on park – the Lake District is the perfect destination for your next break.
If you’re looking for a caravan holiday in the Lake District, you’ll find a huge range of accommodation options at 3 of our holiday parks in the region.
Our Lake District lodges are incredibly popular, nestled in picturesque areas of the park – they enjoy the best of the stunning surroundings and feature all the mod cons. We even have a number of lodges with their own private hot tubs!
Our Holiday Parks in Lake District
Just a short stroll takes you to Bowness-on-Windermere and all its lakeside attractions
Fun on the water
With our own boat launching facilities and marina, you’ll be on the water in no time
The kids will be happy with an outdoor play area and indoor games room
This park offers:
5 Things To Make Your Trip Memorable
As well as being home to the famous lake, the pretty town of Bowness has a selection of attractions including the World of Beatrix Potter and Lakes Aquarium, plus many shops and restaurants.
Discover one of the Lake District’s most popular villages. Grasmere is famously linked with the poet William Wordsworth and features many attractions, including Wordsworth’s former home, Dove Cottage.
Visit the historic market town of Kendal with its independent shops and weekly markets. Try the town’s famous Kendal Mint Cake for an instant energy boost.
Create your own adventure and have lots of family fun at the largest natural lake in England. From watersports to cruises, or shoreline walks, there’s something for everyone.
Enjoy the vast waters of the second largest lake in the Lake District. Take a trip on an Ullswater Steamer to discover great views and walking routes.