Also known as the lakes, The Lake District is a mountainous region in North England. As the name speaks for itself, this location boasts a variety of lakes that are classified with one lake having “lake” in its name signifying that it is a major lake. Other lakes are classified with either “water” or “mere” in its name with water connoting a common lake, and mere an uncommon lake respectively.
Bassenwaithe Lake, Coniston Water and Windenmere are examples of such. A rather family oriented area; it offers bat rides, day-tours and activities that ensures fun for every member of the family. It also caters to couples who, are looking for a peaceful setting that evokes a natural ambiance. You won’t have to go far if you are looking for cultural heritage as well. Hadrian ‘s Wall is one popular sight that tells of the history that England is proud of. Overall, The Lake District is a place that captures the very essence of adventure, enjoyment and appreciation for this setting.
New to camping
So you’ve decided to embark on the exciting adventure of camping, to enjoy the outdoors, the wilderness, the freedom and go back basics. The Lake District is full of wonderful, spectacular and simply breath taking sites for you to choose from. Once you’ve picked your location you need to get organise and make sure you pack everything you may need.
We’ve pulled together a campers checklist to make your camping soiree seamless as possible. Check it out >