Set right on Lake Windermere, White Cross Bay Holiday Park is a true haven with lots to discover in the local area. If you're travelling by car, follow the A591 and signs for Ambleside. Full details on how to get to us are below.
1. If travelling southbound on the M6, take exit at junction 37 for Kendal and Sedbergh (A684) and keep in the right lane before turning right for A684
2. At the crossroads continue onto A684 through Singleton Park Road and Ann Street
3. At the Riverside Hotel turn right onto Beezon Road then turn left onto the A6 and at the junction turn right towards Windermere (A591) and follow to the next roundabout, taking the third exit for Windermere A591
4. Continue, following signs for Ambleside, Grasmere and Keswick (A591) passing the BP garage on your left. White Cross Bay Holiday park is located on your left further along this road.
Other Transport Options
The nearest bus stop is just outside of park on the A591, with the Stagecoach service numbers 505, 516, 555 and 599 returning to and from Bowness on Windermere, Kendal, Windermere, Keswick, Ambleside and Grasmere.
The nearest train station from park is Windermere station serving Northern Railway. The station is located 2.0 miles or a 7 minute drive time from park with main lines of Oxenholme Lake District, Manchester Picadilly and Preston.
Manchester Airport is the closest airport to White Cross Bay, which is 95 miles or a 1 hour 35 minutes drive time. You can fly into Manchester Airport from Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh, Southampton, Aberdeen, Isle of Man and Exeter.