Troutbeck Head Club site will reopen on 14 August 2018 following extensive redevelopment. Youll experience improvements to the site entrance, 2 refurbished amenity block with modern bathroom and shower facilities, new all-weather pitches and upgraded motorhome waste and service points.
Whilst the site's closed, why not consider staying at our nearby Borrowdale, Englethwaite Hall or Coniston Park Coppice Club sites?
Troutbeck Head Club Site in Penrith is set in classically beautiful North Lakeland countryside, and is conveniently only 4 miles from the restaurants and shops of Ullswater. A fabulous getaway for nature lovers and walkers, the caravan park nestles in a picturesque valley alongside a babbling brook.
Situated below the Great Mell Fell and with spectacular views of Blencathra to the west, Troutbeck Head Club Site gives you access to some of the prettiest walks in the country. For superb views of the central mountains, a drive over the dramatic Kirkstone Pass is not to be missed. This will lead you to Windermere, Ambleside and Grasmere, where you can sample the local restaurants and explore some of Wordsworth's favourite haunts. A lake cruise on Ullswater is a must, with the option of a scenic walk between Howtown and Glenridding (only 7 miles away). For the energetic, the Rookin House Farm Centre next door to the caravan site offers plenty of fun activities - quad bikes, archery, go-karting, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding and much more.
The site provides easy access to numerous lakes, mountains, valleys & rivers, whilst pretty villages, country pubs and farm shops are plentiful, making Troutbeck the ideal destination for exploring and relaxing in the Cumbrian countryside.
Trotters World of Animals Ullswater Steamers RSPB Haweswater The Wordsworth Museum and Art Gallery Lake Districk National Park Rookin House Activity Centre Lowther Leisure & Wildlife Park Cars of the Stars Motor Museum The Dalemain Estate Cumberland Pencil Museum Howtown Outdoor Centre
Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. Leave the M6 at junction 40 onto the A66 (signposted Keswick). In about 0.75 mile at the roundabout, continue on the A66 (signposted Keswick). In about 7 miles turn left onto A5091 (signposted Dockray, Ullswater). The site is on the right in about 1.25 miles.
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