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Alpacaly Ever After Portinscale
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Portinscale
The grounds are lovely - all of the daffodils were out - and the alpacas themselves were very well behaved and placid in nature.
... this experience for families, couples, individuals or anyone that has a love of animals and nature - you won't be disappointed and you will end up looking at these sensitive and intelligent creates in a comple...
#2 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
Beautiful walk , kids loved the scrambling Stunning views , a little busy in places Be patient finding a place to park Most of the walk is off road ( safe for kids )
I went in the snow and it was lovely for people of all ages and the walks are amazing with regular car parks if you want to do a short walk.
#3 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
... - so you will share it with families, couples and pets, but the atmosphere is always considerate, peaceful and friendly, so you come away feeling happily connected both to nature and humankind (in my experience)!
Love Derwentwater.Take a stroll through the park to this beautiful place,stunning views of Catbells and Skiddaw.Walk up to Friars Crag and marvel at the Jaws of Borrowdale.Some excellent photo opportunities.
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#4 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
... went up, or you can go onto Blea Fell and then return via Ashness Bridge, another Lake District recommended sight and then walk along the shore of Derwent Water, returning to Great Wood car park soon afterwards.
The National Trust car park at the foot of the Crag in Borrowdale is an excellent stop for a circular walk that can take in the lake shore as well.
Bassenthwaite Lake Bassenthwaite
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bassenthwaite
At most times of the year, you will (if lucky) get the most wonderful reflections on this lake - in the autumn they are particularly spectacular from the Ouse bridge and and the car park halfway along on the A66.
Stay on the paths or make a bit of a challenge and take the long route which leads you through the woods and gets you up close to nature and the stunning water falls.
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#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Braithwaite
A good forest drive with plenty of car parks, an excellent cafe, and quiet interesting walks, a few too many cyclists to my liking.
The play area for kids is different to the normal park equipment and of course in the gorgeous woods surroundings.The trees, birds and views are stunning - just love it.
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bassenthwaite
This is the place to visit to get back in touch with nature, forget about the rat race, take time to enjoy our beautiful and rich surroundings, the wildlife park provides the real anecdotes to modern life, the Lak...
This is such a fun chilled day out the animals are enchanting there's a nice cafe it's a brilliant place for kids they have a small park which my grandchildren enjoyed i would recommend this wildlife park it's the...
#8 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
Lovely name, lovely park we always visit every time we go to Keswick, go for a stroll , you can cut through the park to get to the most amazing lake of them all Derwentwater.
A beautifully kept park scattered with benches dedicated to loved one's felt very calm here and peaceful the flower beds were full of spring flower's the sun was shinning and birds were singing we finished off wit...
#9 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
As its coming to the end of its natural life and the Lake District National Park Authority is exploring the option of reopening the railway tunnel.
My use has been when Ive stayed at Low Briery Holiday park so I have had direct access to it which provides a very scenic walk into Keswick.
#10 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
After a while sitting near the lake watching a team of canoeing teenagers, we enjoyed lunch at the old sawmill cafe over the road from the house, where the toilets and car park are also situated - both of which ar...
Outside was also very beautiful with a lovely park and a small 9th century church which is well worth a visit.
#11 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
Brilliant games, the putting is challenging and a great set up! Its a beautiful park, immaculate landscaping, great for couples, for people wanting to play games, for walking the dog, you name it.
We marvelled at the landscaped gardens and the wide variety of trees, shrubs and flowers planted throughout the park and enjoyed sitting on the many seats conveniently located to take in the beauty of this park an...
Derwentwater Lake District, UK 2.9 km away
#36 of 150 Nature & Parks in Lake District
Along past this jetty is a walk to Friar’s Crag, which from the car park adjacent to the Theatre by the Lake is about 1/3 of a mile and is perfect, long enough and interesting enough with differing views at every...
We have an inflatable canoe and were able to easily access the lake shore near Greatwood Car Park (NT) which is the nearest you can get to Rampshome Island (full of geese-a-laying!) and St Herberts Island.
#12 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
this is a peaceful lovely park set in a great location flowers all over and well tended lawns a lovely 9 hole pitch and putt crazy golf and a walk through a small path past the bird watching area its all lovely gr...
Dogs and their well behaved owners continue to be welcomed into Crow Park and our five month old Border Collie Seth has just enjoyed his first of many visits.
#13 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
Great facilities including a shop, car park and facilities to go out on the lake for the day.
Some refreshments are available, coffee and ice creams and it has a good car park, with clean changing facilities and showers if you need them.
Lodore Falls Borrowdale
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Borrowdale
Lovely place to stop and reflect on those nature spots we are lucky to have all over the UK!
We walked along the edges of Derwent from the car park and crossed over the road at the National Trust car park, Kettlewell car park and followed the signs for Lodore Falls.
#15 of 17 Nature & Parks in Keswick
Park here for £3 all day that is peace of mind you can walk all day without worrying about parking ticket.
great place to park for the day
The Bowder Stone Rosthwaite
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Rosthwaite
Nice and funny stone, easy to reach from the National Trust car park.
Short walk from car park up a good path to arrive at this large rock ... ladder up to the top but you can have fun scrambling about.
Central Fells Braithwaite
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Braithwaite
great place to park for the day
Skiddaw Lake District, UK 5.1 km away
#32 of 150 Nature & Parks in Lake District
Skiddaw in March - snow capped mountains - beautiful in all seasons and a fabulous view from Skiddaw View Holiday Park today in the winter sunshine.
Good, well made and maintained path to the summit from the Latrigg car park, safe in mist as long as you have a map with you.
Blencathra [Saddleback] Lake District, UK 7.1 km away
#52 of 150 Nature & Parks in Lake District
A really gentle ascent from the Blecathra centre car park towards Knowle Crags is the easiest and most gentile approach, but Halls Fell or Doddick fell ridges are fine and steady though they look steep from the ro...
Parked in a handy car park in Threlkeld which is owned by the church (honesty box donations).
Alpacaly Ever After Cockermouth 3.0 km away
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Cockermouth
... alpacas to be skittish and fearful but I couldn't have been more wrong, what we met were calm, curious and v.gentle animals and the time we spent with them was all the more enjoyable because of their good nature.
Helvellyn Lake District, UK 11.4 km away
#5 of 150 Nature & Parks in Lake District
... and up to Brown Crag first before making your way across towards the Pile of Stones via Whiteside Bank at 863m (Ordnance Survey) Beautiful vistas of the park and on this occasion lots of snow so wrap up warm !
From Glenridding via Striding Edge in spring (with my son) and from Swirls car park and Wythburn Chapel in the depths of winter.