With the lovely fells soaring up and wild flowers in bloom everywhere, the Borrowdale Club Site is a delight to the eye. Located about 5 miles from Keswick and set in National Trust woodland, the caravan park offers numerous walking paths to explore the beautiful northern Lakes area. It doesn't have to be strenuous - forest trails, nature trails, guided walks and farm walks leave you spoilt for choice. There is a convenient bus service that runs from the site and is free for OAPs.
If the Lakes themselves are the main attraction on your holiday break, Borrowdale Club Site puts you within easy reach of Derwentwater, popular for its boats and vibrant marina, not to mention its range of pubs and restaurants. Bassenthwaite Water is also a short distance away from the caravan site and merits exploration for its Sailing Club. If more tranquil surroundings are what you're after, the charming waters of Buttermere and Crummock Water would be just the ticket, as here there is only the occasional passing rowing boat to disturb your lakeside reveries. The lovely local scenery also includes the dramatic hills of Castle Crag and Cats Bells. The hamlet of Grange, with a tea shop on the picturesque banks of the river is only a short walk away and local pubs & restaurants are within easy reach of the site.
Please note: This site does not have a toilet block.
Non members welcome.
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Do not use sat nav. Leave M6 at junc 40 onto A66 (Keswick). On outskirts of Keswick keep R onto bypass (sp Cockermouth A66). Within 1.5m at roundabout turn L (sp A5271 Keswick, Borrowdale B5289). At T-junc turn L; and at mini roundabout turn R, follow signposts onto B5289. In abt 4.25m (about 0.5m past Borrowdale Hotel) turn R over bridge (care required) into road signposted Grange, Newlands (note width restriction warning sign). Site on R in 1m. Please note: when towing, do not approach or leave site along the west side of Derwentwater. Also, before turning R off B5289 at Grange, check that bridge (takes all caravans) is clear. Care needed through Grange village, on double humpbridge and on final approach (narrow) and turning into site.
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