Low Wray Campsite ( National Trust )
Cumbria (Browse area)
LA22 0JA See Map
Tel: 01539 463862
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Open: April To November
Tents No Caravans Motorhomes Glamping
Watch the sun rise over England's largest lake and enjoy the magnificent views across the water to Wansfell Pike and the Fairfield Horseshoe.
Situated on the western shore of Windermere, Low Wray is the perfect base for a whole range of outdoor activities. There are opportunities for gentle walks and great off-road biking from the campsite. The quiet country lanes will also prove attractive to cycle tourers.
Low Wray is an ideal base for lovers of watersports including windsurfers, canoeists and dinghy sailors, with on-site access for launching. Sorry, no powered craft.
Caravans are not allowed at Low Wray but campervans are welcome, although there are no hook-ups or Elsan points.
We now have a whole range of activities on and from the campsite to encourage campers to leave their cars behind, including : Kayak hire, Bike hire, Canoeing and Moonlit Canoeing sessions
Please note: to preserve the quiet nature of the site, we do not accept parties of more than four adults. However, organised groups and clubs such as scouts, clubs, school groups, etc, may book our group field in advance.
New arrivals need to check in during reception opening hours between 3pm and 7pm as a barrier card is required to gain access to the site.
To make a booking, check availability or get information, please visit our website
Glamping Options at Low Wray!
New Berber tents fully equipped and with a cosy wood burner - coming in May
10 camping pods as well as yurts, bell tents, tipis and gypsy caravans through our partners:
7 x Tipis (4 Winds Tipis)
4 x yurts; 1 x bell tent (Long Valley Yurts)
4 x yurts; 1 x geo dome; 1 x Berber tent; 2 x gypsy caravans (Wild In Style)
Two great Lakeland pubs lie within two miles of the site, providing excellent pub food. Ambleside and Hawkshead are just a few minutes drive away, and the Beatrix Potter Gallery (NT) are also a short drive or an excellent walk away. Low Wray is close to all central Lakes attractions including several NT Houses and Gardens.
By bus: service 505/506, the Coniston Rambler from Ambleside or Windermere can drop you within a mile of the site. For timetable information, call travelline on 0870 608 2608.
By car: take the A593 from Ambleside, turn left at Clappersgate onto the B5286. Turn left at the sign for Wray. The site is less than one mile on the left.
Boat launch and Bus service 525 - Low Wray campsite-Wray Castle - Hawkshead-Hill Top - Ferry house
Site Location Map ( Click here to see all sites within 10 miles of this location )
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
Nearest National Trust Visitor Attractions
Stagshaw Garden - 1.23 miles from site Click here for details
Townend - 2.21 miles from site Click here for details
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