Eskdale Camping & Caravanning Club Site

February 3, 2012
  • 80 Pitch Site/Non-members welcome
  • 10 Camping Pods (dry option each sleeping 4 people)
  • 1 Self Catering Camping Barn (up to 8 people).

Eskdale currently holds an AA 5 Pennant Award and a 5 Star Visit Britain Award.
Walkers can reach England’s highest peak – Scafell Pike – and England’s deepest lake – Wastwater – from Site. There are also walks for those who prefer flatter paths, including one which follows the route of the River Esk.
The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway – La’al Ratty – terminates at Dalegarth Station, a few minutes’ walk from Site.
Hardknott Fort was constructed by the Romans in the second century.
Hardknott and Wrynose Pass offer a thrilling car ride over the mountains to Ambleside and Windermere.
The waterfall Stanley Ghyll Force is 60ft high in a dramatic deep and narrow gorge.
Fold End Gallery exhibits the work of several local artists.
Eskdale Mill is a rare example of a working, two-wheel water corn mill. It houses an exhibition explaining the milling process from corn to flour.
Muncaster Castle has an interactive facility in the Old Dairy. It gives visitors more information on the castle, gardens and owls as well as games and quizzes.
Cycle on the newly-created Eskdale Cycle Trail which runs between Eskdale and Ravenglass.
Boot boasts three traditional Lakeland pubs within easy walking distance of the site. The Boot Beer festival is in June.
The quiet undiscovered coast of Cumbria and the Roman harbour at Ravenglass are a short drive away.
Go Gorge Walking, Canoeing, Abseiling, Archery, Rock climbing, Kayaking, Sailing or Biking with River Deep Mountain High outdoor activity provider.

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