Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in Cumbria

The rural county of Cumbria is perfect for the caravanners who love the great outdoors and wish to explore its diverse landscapes. Home to part of the Yorkshire Dales and Hadrian’s Wall as well as the famous and picturesque Lake District; the UK’s largest National Park offering lakes and mountainous landscape perfect for a hike . As well as breathtaking views there are many National Trust properties and conservation sites to visit, preserved railways, churches, lake cruises and historic buildings; all on your doorstep as you stay in its caravan sites  and holiday parks.

Family Attractions include fisheries and birds of prey centres, a zoo and the popular World of Beatrix Potter with displays of Peter Rabbit and friends in amongst the Cumbrian Countryside. Lovers of Beatrix Potter will also enjoy a trip to Hawkshead to see the exhibits of the illustrations and drawings of Beatrix Potter in the seventeenth century National Trust Beatrix Potter Gallery.

Other Museums in Cumbria include the Lakeland Motor Museum which houses the Campbell Legend Bluebird Museum, or the world’s only Laurel and Hardy exhibition packed full of memorabilia with films and documentaries concerning the pair playing throughout.

Cumbria not only has forests, fells, mountains, houses and gardens that caravanners would love to visit but also there are many sites of Roman Remains following Roman occupation the remains are a result of the military region that once formed here as roads, defences and forts were built. Other ancient structures that you will find in Cumbria include castles, forts, churches and Abbeys. History lovers should therefore not be short of places to visit on this caravanning holiday, there is also a rich mining history that could date back as far as Roman times as well as an industrial heritage. So whether landscapes, lakes or Peter Rabbit are appealing to you Cumbria is a great place to spend your caravanning break.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in Cumbria