Popular with couples and families, Park Cliffe Camping and Caravan Estate offer a range of tent and caravan pitches, camping pods and static caravans to hire. Caravan hardstanding touring pitches are equipped with electric hook-ups, water and drainage. There are two tent pitch fields, Ghyllside is suited for larger tents and offers electric hook-ups whilst Fellside has undulating slopes and provides views across the Langdale Pikes.
Park Cliffe has a selection of camping pods in different sizes. All are insulated and heated. However, some are unfurnished and suited for couples only. Alternatively, larger pods with beds, basic kitchen amenities and en-suite bathrooms are also available. The largest pods can fit up to five people. Camping pods are ideal for families who want to gaze at the stars from private decking seating areas. Finally, some static caravans are on offer to hire, they can house 4-6 people and some are dog friendly!
The site has its own shop selling local products. Similarly, there is a bar and restaurant that offers breakfasts made from locally sourced fresh products. Additionally, in the evenings food vans arrive and offer delicious dinners to guests. The vans and restaurant are subject to seasonal opening times. Furthermore, there is a play area for children to rush about.
Park Cliffe Camping and Caravan Estate is multi-award winning and is noted for its conservation efforts. Only 3 miles from Bowness-on-Windermere, it offers fantastic views of the deep Lake District and easy access to popular tourist destinations and hiking trails. Some nearby sights include The World of Beatrix Potter, Windermere sailing and ferry cruises, and Brockhole Visitors Centre. Staying on site offers visitors the chance to spot roe deer, red squirrels, and local bird species.
- Disabled access facilities;
- Internet access;
- Toilets and showers;
- Laundry facilities;
- Drinking water;
- Near pub.
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Please contact Park Cliffe for information on what disabled access facilities they offer.
Large parts of the park are level ground with either grass or gravel road access. The Fellside tent pitch field has uneven, sloping terrain. Many of the camping pods have decking or stairs to access to them which is not suitable for wheelchair users.
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