Camping in Cumbria

45 in England, Cumbria

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Cove Camping Park
England, Cumbria, Penrith

Cove Camping is a delightful, small site, some of the 50 pitches having great views over Lake Ullswater. The grass is well trimmed, there are...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Hill of Oaks Caravan Park
England, Cumbria, Windermere

On the banks of Lake Windermere, this park lives up to its name. Set on a hillside in mature woodland, the park offers families a...

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2021, 2016, 2015, 2014

Wild Rose Park
England, Cumbria, Appleby-in-Westmorland

Set in the Eden Valley within easy reach of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, Wild Rose is a well known park. The entrance...

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2018, 2016, 2015, 2014

Castlerigg Hall Camping Park
England, Cumbria, Keswick

Castlerigg Hall Caravan & Camping Park is a well laid out park that was started in the late 1950s by the Jackson family, who over...


With spectacular lakes, undulating fells, impressive mountains and lush green valleys, Cumbria is ideal for those who wish to get away from it all and unwind in peaceful, natural surroundings, or for the more active who want to participate in a range of outdoor pursuits.

Cumbria is best known for the beautiful Lake District National Park, with the picturesque valleys and lakes of Windermere, Ullswater and Derwentwater, each with its own distinctive character. Windermere offers no shortage of watersports, whereas Ullswater mainly attracts peaceful sailing boats. While the Lake District is well known, there are also many quiet, undiscovered areas in the region including the wild, rugged moors of the north Pennines and the beautiful Eden Valley, an ideal place for a casual stroll along the riverside footpaths. The Western Lakes and Fells offer more tranquillity. Here the fells drop down to a long and spectacular coastline, with many undiscovered, quiet corners from Ennerdale and Esdale to the sandstone cliffs of St Bees Head, now part of a designated Heritage Coast. The Lake District Peninsulas along the southern coast of Cumbria also display beautiful scenery and are home to a cluster of ancient ruins such as Furness Abbey and the medieval castle, built by monks, on Piel Island. Rich in heritage, the historic city of Carlisle, which was sited on the Roman-built Hadrian’s wall, boasts an impressive castle, Cumbria’s only cathedral, a superb Victorian covered market and an array of speciality shops.