Newby Bridge, Cumbria
Newby Bridge Caravan Park is a perfect location for self-catering holidays and private holiday homes. Surrounded by woodlands, the park provides a tranquil setting with an abundance of wildlife, excellent facilities and easy access to a variety of walking and cycling routes, water based activities, restaurants, inns and local visitor attractions.
Located near the southern shore of Windermere at the edge of the Lake District National Park and within easy distance to the ancient village of Cartmel.
The park covers some 25 acres, parts of which are completely undeveloped and form a natural habitat for many forms of wildlife including rabbits, red squirrel and deer.
A café and shop are located right next to the park, whilst more extensive shopping facilities are located at Ulverstone, Barrow, Kendal and Grange-over-Sands.
Just some of the attractions on the doorstep of Newby Bridge County Caravan Park are the Lakeside to Haverthwaite Steam Railway. The Aquarium of the Lakes - the UK's largest freshwater fish collection, and Windermere Lake Cruises, Across the lake from Lakeside on the eastern shore is the National Trust Park and Gardens at Fell Foot with lovely gardens, water sports and a boat launching facility. An adventure playground and several acres of grass make for an ideal venue for children. Plus, our sister attractions; Ullswater 'Steamers' and Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway are not far away!
Set on the outskirts of Newby Bridge the park forms a natural habitat for wildlife and provides peace and quiet and quality for customers.
M6, J36, follow A590 towards Barrow and Newby Bridge, 2.25 miles beyond High Newton turn left on to Canny Hill, entrance 200 yards on right.
1st March to 6th January