Come camping with us on the shore of Windermere, England's largest lake. Located on the quiet western shore, close to Wray Castle, we have tent pitches, campervan bays and camping pods. There is loads to do from the campsite itself - we have an on site fixed orienteering course (just buy a map from reception) and mountain bikes to hire There are lovely bike routes both on quiet country lanes and off road - many of the campsite staff love cycling and can give plenty of advice.
Bring your canoes or sailing dinghy and launch from the campsite - [Low Wray] http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/holidays/camping/camping-in-the-lake-district/low-wray/) is a waterports paradise. During the school holidays, Quest 4 Adventure are on site at Low Wray offering outdoor activity sessions including moonlit canoeing. We have a great shop on site selling all the basics and more as well as the Heritage meats van which is here at weekends and holiday periods;selling herdy burgers, bacon butties and ready made meals made with local belted gallowway beef. Yum!
Lake District camping can be booked online for minimum 2 night stays. You are also welcome to just turn up although pitches are subject to availability. We are a quiet site and ask that groups excede no more than 4 adults. Please read our full terms and conditions on the camping website.
All profit from campsite fees supports our conservation projects.
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Campsite Assistant at Low Wray.
I have worked at the Campsites for the last 4 seasons both at Great Langdale and Low Wray, and feel lucky to work in one of the most beautiful areas of the country. Looking out onto the Lake on a calm summers morning can't be beaten.
I have a keen interest in Nature and Education and have enjoyed bringing these aspects into my work at the campsite. We are lucky to have a diverse range of wildlife at Low Wray and setting up Badger Cam this year has definently been a highlight.