Located within the Lake District National Park, Ullswater Holiday Park is centrally situated for touring the many attractions of this glorious area. It has 220 pitches, 58 for touring units, the remainder used for holiday homes. All have 10A electricity, 50 also have water and drainage. Some are situated very close to the bar and are also overlooked by mobile homes with little privacy. At the far end of the park, other pitches are in a more wooded area. In between is a large grassy space for tents. Four pods have been added. There are occasional glimpses of the lake through the trees. Attractive, self-catering holiday cottages in traditional Lakeland stone are available to rent.
The park is owned by the Dobinson family, who also have a Marina a mile away where boats can be launched and moorings are available. This is probably the closest place to the park where access can be gained to the lake because of the busy main road which runs along this side of the lake.