Caravans and camping
On the banks of the lake or tucked away in woodland settings, there are numerous Ullswater camping and caravan sites dotted throughout the Ullswater Valley. With activities galore or quiet relaxing retreats there are a range of sites to suit all tastes.
Side Farm Campsite is an ideal base for walking, mountain biking, sailing, canoeing, fishing or simply relaxing.
At the Ullswater Holiday Park, we specialise in a friendly welcome, practical family facilities and a range of accommodation to suit all needs. Our family has been here since 1958 and our park has plenty of space combining a sheltered position beneath Cumbrian fells with excellent access to the nearby shores and waters of Ullswater.
The Quiet Site is a family run campsite situated in a secluded position amongst the stunning fells that overlook Lake Ullswater.
This is a superbly maintained and very picturesque site, the facilities being housed mainly in old converted farm buildings.
Hillcroft Park is the perfect holiday retreat, especially for those who love the outdoor life
Waterfoot Park is set within the grounds of a Georgian mansion overlooking Ullswater. Excellent facilities and an idyllic location for touring, self catering cottages, wigwam holidays or holiday homes.
Patterdale Hall Estate is a 300-acre private estate wrapped around the southern tip of Ullswater. The Estate has a lovely little five pitch CARAVAN CLUB MEMBERS ONLY ‘Certified Location’. All CC members with caravans or motor homes can enjoy this site which is wonderfully located in woodland next to Grisedale Beck just upstream of Grisedale Bridge.
Set in the heart of the Lake District beside Lake Ullswater, Cumbria, Park Foot offers you not just camping and caravanning, but self-catering accommodation, lodges and log cabins, holiday cottages and caravan sales. Holiday at Park Foot combines an idyllic setting with so much to see and do. Enjoy an action packed holiday or do nothing at all, the choice is yours.
Waterside Campsite is perfectly positioned at the foot of Barton Fell, it is an ideal base for mountain biking, walking, sailing, fishing, and pony trekking or simply relaxing.
The pretty village of Pooley Bridge is one mile from the campsite and can be easily reached by road or the lakeshore footpath.