You can explore the fells surrounding the campsite. Buckbarrow, Whin Rigg and Illgill Head are within walking distance of the site. Others are a short car journey.
Nearby Seascale beach at dusk, with views to the Irish sea and the Isle of Man, simply stunning.
Just 2.5 miles from the campsite, you can follow some fabulous footpaths across country to the Lake or make the short drive for spectacular views of the screes and if you are brave a paddle or swim!
Seascale offers a fabulous playpark, bike and skate park, miles of beaches, rockpools, ice cream parlour and cafe plus a village shop, bakery and pharmacy.
A trip to Muncaster Castle, home of the Frost-Pennington family is a great day out. Explore the vast gardens and castle then watch the Hawk and Owl displays. With a playpark and Meadow vole Maze it is fantastic for kids, great for picnics too or pop into the onsite tearooms for delicious treats.
What could be more exciting than a 7.5 mile journey on a narrow gauge steam railway through amazing rugged scenery to the coast? Enjoy the railway museum at Ravenglass and gift shops, cafes and playparks at either end of the line..
There are an abundance of sparklingly clear rivers to explore. Many have hidden pools to discover where you can cool down with a refreshing swim or have fun splashing about.
Enjoy the history of the Roman Bath House as part of a stroll around Ravenglass or for the more adventurous, combine a ride on the railway, with a walk up Muncaster Fell ending at the Bath House before making the return trip.
Visit the delightful village of Gosforth where a stroll around this lovely village brings you past the churchyard with its ancient Anglo-Saxon Cross dating from 9th or 10th centrury. The elaborate carvings are a magnificent example. The Village has a playing field and playpark with a basketball pitch plus village shop,, cafe and lots of great pubs with outdoor beer gardens catering for children.
There are many atmospheric churches at the heart of rural villages and some fine ones, steeped in holy history to visit in and around Wasdale for quiet contemplation. Here you can also get a glimpse into past times of the local parishes and appreciate the beauty of these treasured monuments.
There are a number of outdoor adventure providers in the area that we can recommend if you want to try something more adventurous like Ghyll scrambling, Kayaking, cycle hire or canoeing - please just ask.
Another lovely beach, with adventure play park and a nearby cafe. You can also drop by St Bees Head which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. This RSPB nature reserve, where you can walk along the cliff top path and see the bird colonies as well as views to the Irish Sea and Isle of Man, is free to visit and enjoy.
Eskdale Mill in the tiny village of Boot, is a traditional watermill and drying kiln. It is a rare survivor and the last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park.
With a name like Giggle Alley, who wouldn't be curious to stop by and pay a visit? Only a 5-10 minute stroll from the village car park this enjoyable walk leads past interesting plants and up stone steps to reveal the Japanese garden that is in the process of restoration.
A visit to Whitehaven our nearest Town, offers a small, yet bustling harbour, a variety of shops, supermarkets, playpark and a cinema. There are two museums to explore; The Beacon and The Rum Story.