Lakes, Mountains and Literary or Coastlines, Heritage and Wildlife?

No need to compromise on where to have your Lake District static caravan or lodge holiday home, you can have the best of both worlds at North Lakes Country Park.

North Lakes Country Park is perfectly nestled between the beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Lake District National Park,  Hadrian’s Wall and the Solway Coast of Outstanding Natural Beauty .

The Lake District National Park is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, picturesque lakes, rugged mountains, and rich cultural heritage. The national park is home to sixteen major lakes, including Windermere, Ullswater, Derwentwater, and Coniston Water, as well as numerous smaller tarns and water bodies.  These lakes provide opportunities for water activities.  Here at North Lakes Country Park we have our very own 22 acre Tarn, which is idyllic for canoes, paddleboarding, birdwatching and fishing.  Owning your own static caravan or lodge holiday home here gives you direct access to these amazing UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) encompasses a stunning stretch of coastline along the Solway Firth,  A haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, offering breath-taking scenery, diverse wildlife, and a rich cultural heritage to explore.

The Solway Coast AONB boasts a diverse range of landscapes, including rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, salt marshes, estuaries, and coastal grasslands. The area’s natural beauty is a result of its unique geology and rich biodiversity.  Bowness on Solway marks the western terminus of Hadrian’s Wall, an ancient Roman defensive fortification that stretches across northern England from the banks of the River Tyne in the east.  All this is literally on our door step. Owning a static caravan or lodge in the Northern Lake District is the perfect location.

Renowned for its rich wildlife habitats. Birdwatchers flock to the area to spot a variety of bird species, including Eiders, Oystercatchers, Curlews and migratory birds such as Brent Geese and Wigeons. The estuaries and salt marshes provide important feeding grounds for these birds. The Nature Reserves of Mawbray Banks , Wedholme Flow , Watchtree , Crosscanonby and RSPB Campfield Marshowness Common are havens to an abundance of wildlife.  Seals can often be seen basking on sandbanks, and occasionally dolphins and porpoises can be spotted offshore.

Our own natural tarn is a magnet for migrating and resident waterfowl, our static caravan and holiday lodge owners enjoy having the wildlife close by.  It’s a sight to behold to watch the Geese fly in at dusk and then take off at dawn.

All that’s needed now, is your own static caravan or lodge in the Lake District to start exploring these amazing world renowned sites on your very own static caravan or lodge door step.

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