Low Wray Campsite (national Trust)
Cumbria (Browse area)
LA22 0JA See Map
Tel: 015394 32733
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Open: April To October
Tents No Caravans Motorhomes Glamping
Youll love our campsite for its direct access to Windermere lakeshore, the magnificent views across the water to Wansfell Pike and the Fairfield Horseshoe and its proximity to an enticing choice of walks and activities in the central Lake District.
Choose from a wide variety of camping pitches - waterfront, lake view, meadow or woodland.
Alternatively stay in one of our 10 pods or 2 safari tents. We also have other glamping options available provided by our partner organisations.
Campervans are welcome at Low Wray. There are no hook-ups but there is an Elsan point. Caravans are not accepted.
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.
We 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. There is also a children's playground, bird hide, on-site orienteering course and you can even hire a bat detector kit.
If you fancy a night off from cooking whilst you're here, try out a delicious pizza from our onsite wood fired pizza oven.
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.
To make a booking, check availability or get information, please visit our website.
Wray Castle (National Trust) is right next door to the campsite and Ambleside and Hawkshead are just a few minutes drive away. Hill Top and the Beatrix Potter Gallery (both National Trust) are also close by.
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
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Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
Nearest English Heritage Visitor Attractions
Ambleside Roman Fort - 1.42 miles from site Click here for details
Stott Park Bobbin Mill - 7.98 miles from site Click here for details
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