Grizedale Camping Site situated in a quiet corner of the Lake District
The English Lake District is such a wonderful place to spend your holiday or short break. With the breathetaking mountains, beautiful lakes, pretty gardens, interesting walks and many historical attractions you will be sure to find plenty to do.
Grizedale Campsite is a short distance from many attractions such as the Grizedale Visitor Centre, Go-Ape, the pretty village of Hawkshead and Wray castle. The Lake District has so much to offer and all its splendor is within easy reach.
The Eagles Head is a cosy country pub just a 5 minute walk away from site so you can enjoy real ales and proper food to eat in or take away!
Hawkshead is an attractive village. It is very picturesque and is characterised by clusters of whitewashed houses, alleyways and small courtyards and squares. It has strong connections with both Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth. The Beatrix Potter Gallery (National Trust) is well worth a visit, as is the Old School House, where William Wordsworth attended school. There are many good pubs and restaurants. Hawkshead also has a small but well stocked Co-op, a chemist and a post office, as well as numerous shops.
Esthwaite Water and Coniston Water Fishing boats and tackle can be hired at the fishery on Esthwaite Water (near the small car park on the SW side of the lake). Pleasure boats can be hired on Coniston Water.
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