Keswick Camping and Caravanning Club is just a few minutes walk from the centre of its namesake. They offer a selection of grass pitches for tents and hardstanding touring pitches for caravans and motorhomes. Some pitches have electric hook-ups of tourers. Set on the shore of Derwent Water, Keswick Camping and Caravanning Club offers astounding views across the water and onto the surrounding fells. Visitors can enjoy a range of basic amenities and close access to the shops and cafés of Keswick market town. Additionally, there is a small children’s playground for younger visitors.
Keswick is a popular location in the Lake District for tourists. With an excellent range of shops and restaurants as well as plenty of outdoor space to explore, it is the perfect base of operations for visitors to the Lakes. There are many outdoor opportunities to be had. From water activities and a ferry service on the water, to various trails in the Borrowdale Valley. Similarly, visitors can explore Keswick Pencil Museum, charting the history of local graphite mining. Additionally, the Theatre by the Lake puts on productions all year round.
- Disabled access facilities;
- Laundry facilities;
- Drinking water;
- Toilets and showers;
- Internet access;
- Children’s playground;
- Near pub.
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There are public transport connections in Keswick town centre.
Keswick Camping and Caravanning Club is located on lakeshore fields that are broadly flat but can be uneven and rough in places. There are limited roads and paths around the site. Please contact the owners for information on disabled access facilities.
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