Ravenglass Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a spacious location for up to 75 tents, trailers, and motor homes. They offer grass and hardstanding pitches with some tent pitches nestled in the tree line. All pitches have electric hook-ups for use by visitors. Also, there is drinking water available and plenty of internet access. Additionally, Ravenglass Camping and Caravanning Club have three camping pods that can fit up to four people. These cosy pods are perfect for people who want to pack less and come with their own outdoor seating area. The site also has its own shop that stocks basic necessities and camping materials
Ravenglass is a popular area in the Lake District. It is closely located to sites such as Scafell Pike and Wastwater. Furthermore, visitors can hop on the historic Ravenglass railway and travel through delightful valleys all the way to Eskdale. The railway’s mainline can also easily transport visitors to popular beauty spots like the seaside town of St Bees. Furthermore, there are many historic locations with Roman ruins right around the corner, and sights such as Beatrix Potter’s house only a drive away. Additionally, there are many walking and cycle trails in the area and along the coastline.
- Disabled facilities;
- Laundry facilities;
- Internet access;
- Toilets and showers;
- Near beach;
- Near pub.
For more information, click here. Membership is not required to stay there.
There are disabled access bathroom facilities on the site. The shower and bathrooms are modern and include a large parent and child shower room.
Some of Ravenglass Camping and Caravanning Club is wheelchair accessible. The roads consist of gravel and the pitches include lots of grassy areas. However, there is an incline towards the back of the park that can be navigation inaccessible. For example, the camping pods are on a slope.
There is public transport into Ravenglass.
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