Sitting on the tree-lined banks of Lake Windermere, the National Trust campsite at Low Wray gives you access to a wealth of watersports and great walks. It lies on the west bank, where you can see the glistening waters of Englands greatest lake as they stretch away to north and south. The site even has its own launching area, allowing you to enjoy a host of opportunities for sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and other watersports. Yet the dry land here is just as beguiling, with many paths to explore for both walkers and cyclists and spectacular views over the lake to The Fairfield Horseshoe and Wansfell Pike.
Low Wray is close to many fine walks and peaks, with Ambleside, Grasmere, Rydal Water, Hawkshead and even Coniston Old Man within easy reach. If you are in a gentler mood you will find the Beatrix Potter Gallery and her home at Hill Top close by. While at the end of the day, a number of Lakeland pubs await you within a short stroll.
Shops, Washing Facilities (surcharge)**Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.**
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