Cumbria Holiday Parks
Cumbria is a popular destination for tourists looking for a holiday inside the UK. It contains some of the most breathtaking scenery in the whole country, and never fails to disappoint if you’re looking for an enjoyable outdoor activity holiday. Obviously the Lake District National Park is a must-see part of this region; England’s largest National Park is home to 12 of our largest lakes and offers not only stunning scenery but also many outdoor activities including a number of water sports. For something a little different you can go on a llama trek, where you’ll discover some amazing wildlife. The Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum in Grasmere are well worth a visit, as is Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top farmhouse near Sawrey which is a top family attraction. With the incredible countryside, breathtaking views and endless activities, Cumbria really is the perfect destination.
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Fallbarrow Park has an amazing lakeside setting and fantastic facilities on the doorstep.
Lovely family holiday resort in a fantastic lake district setting - with an indoor pool and 18 hole crazy golf course.
A well equipped holiday park situated in the heart of Cumbria with gorgeous views of the Pennines.
Limefitt Park has much to offer families and couples looking for a peaceful base to explore the Lakes with easy access to some fun days out.
Hillcroft holiday park is a delightful place to stay in the gorgeous Ullswater area of the Lake District.
Chapel Farm is a charming holiday park in Cumbria within easy reach of the Lake District as well as the Yorkshire Dales.
White Cross Bay holiday park has a stunning setting in wooded parkland which runs down to the shores of Lake Windermere.
Tarnside Park in Cumbria has a great location on the edge of the Lake District with a stunning beach right on the doorstep.
Stanwix Park in Cumbria has the perfect blend of stylish accommodation and excellent leisure facilities and entertainment.
Solway Holiday Village has a superb location in one of the most stunning areas of England and offers something for everyone with an emphasis on families.
Rowanbank Caravan Park has a tranquil location in an ideal spot for exploring all that the Lake District has to offer.
Port Haverigg Holiday Village is ideally placed for access to all that the Lake District has to offer and has a good range of facilities including an indoor pool.
Seven Acres is the ideal base for exploring the beautiful Lake District with two sandy beaches just 2 miles from the park.
Pound Farm offers a perfect base for a relaxing away-from-it-all family holiday.
Crake Valley Park in Cumbria is a small and friendly park with an elevated position over looking Coniston Water.
Why We Love Cumbria...
Cumbria has so much to offer that UK holidays here are extremely popular. Many couples and families select a Cumbria holiday park to use as a base to explore the beautiful lake district and to enjoy fun days out in the region. Some of our favourite local attractions include:-
Fun Days Out in Cumbria
Both children and adults will enjoy a day out here where you can see over 100 species of animals including Zebras and Antelope. At set times you can go an see Birds of Prey flying displays as well as Zoo Keeper Presentations which are educational as well as fun. If the weather is not on your side then you can make the most of the indoor heated play area and modern cafe. Located at Coalbeck Farm in Cumbria we think this is a must for families...
A trip to Cumbria wouldn't be complete without a cruise on the lake and what better way to do this than on an Ullswater Steamer. Ullswater is widely regarded as the most beautiful of all of the lakes in the area. This award winning attraction has been in business for 150 years and currently has four vessels operating Ullswater lake cruises. A further option is to combine a lake cruise with some of the most breathtaking walks in the area.
Lakeland's Wildlife Discovery Centre is the perfect place for a fun day out which is also educational. The unique centre offers visitors the chance to explore many species of exotic wildlife through interactive 'hands-on' displays. These clever displays travel through 3,000 million years of evolution from the development of life on Earth. The centre is home to some of the world's most threatened species and plays an important role in international breeding.