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Camping in the Lake District

Visiting the Lake District is a treat for many, as there is just so much to see and do in this most picturesque corner of England. This national park begs to be explored, and its pretty

towns and villages visited, and one of the best ways of having the luxury to do this is to go on a camping holiday. There are so many camp sites scattered throughout the Lakes that you are guaranteed to have a great holiday.

There are camp sites owned by the large companies whose names we are all familiar with, as well as smaller, more intimate sites where you can really get back to basics. There are also several sites in the hearts of the Lakes that are owned by the National Trust, and these offer the camper the choice between bringing their own tents or using one of the permanent camping pods that are appearing on more and more sites.

There are a range of facilities available at the camp sites in the Lake District, from your basic shower blocks to swimming pools, evening entertainment and numerous activities to appeal to all ages. The only downside of these parks are that there is so much to do, you might find yourself staying on the park all day and not getting out and about in the beautiful countryside, and spotting the variety of wildlife that call the Lakes their home.

There is something satisfying about loading up your car with camping equipment and heading off on holiday. From putting up your tent, to cooking on the stove, so simply relaxing in the evenings with family or friends, camping has long been one of the nations pasttimes, and despite all the technology we embrace on a daily basis, it continues to be so.

 

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