During your stay with us there is lots for kids to do, both on and off the park. On the park we have facilties such as a children’s play area (which has a great activity climbing frame with slide, ropes and much more), swings and a large recreational field great for a game of football.
We also have a number of animals including goats, alpacas, sheep and ferrets (the alpacas and sheep are also located just next to the play area). In addition to our animals the holiday park is a haven for wildlife with barn owls, stoats and even red squirrels.
In addition to the things to do on the park there are also lots of great attractions and activities in the local area. To help make it a little easier for you we have collected together the details for just a few of our favourites.
Go Ape! Winlatter
At Go Ape! Winlatter it’s so high you can see all the way to Scotland! Get a thrill from riding a zip slide through skies, over water and through England’s only true mountain forest. Located in the North Lakes and home to Bassenthwaite ospreys, this is Go Ape at its most untamed.
The Puzzling Place
The Puzzling Place‘World of Illusion’ takes the theme of Illusion and runs with it. It is home to our ‘Anti-gravity Room’, ‘Ames Room’, ‘Hologram Gallery’ and ‘Eyelusions Exhibition’. It’s a fascinating, fun and social excursion into the wonderful world of optical illusion, which will leave you quite literally, not believing your eyes!
The World of Beatrix Potter
The World of Beatrix Potter is the only Beatrix Potter themed attraction in Europe. Here you can visit Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle-duck and many other characters as 23 of Beatrix Potters tails are brought to life in a magical indoor recreation of the Lake District countryside, complete with sights, sounds and even smells.
Keswick Leisure Pool
Keswick Leisure Pool is an indoor facility this is a great place to visit rain or shine! With its warm waters, wave machine and 'black hole' flume there is fun for all the family. There is also a fully equipped fitness suite for those wanting a more strenuous workout and a pool side cafe which provides hot & cold food throughout the day.
Lake District Wildlife Park
The only Wildlife Park in the north of Cumbria, the Lake District Wildlife Park is truly worth a visit. Located near Keswick it has over 100 species of animals from Anaconda to Zebra and many that are endangered such as Gibbons and Vultures.
Rookin House is an established adventure venue and has been offering a wide variety of outdoor activities for over 20 years from archery to human bowling. Family owned and operated, Rookin House has a strong focus on both fun and safety.
Lake District Coastal Aquarium
The Lake District Coastal Aquarium prides itself being one of the best places to see some of the varied marine life of the Irish Sea. They have a huge variety of fish and invertebrates in 50 themed and informative displays with even the chance for some hands on contact with some of the hardy inhabitants
Keswick Climbing Wall
Keswick Climbing Wall has over 40 top rope climbs with a height of up to 8 metres, providing climbers of all abilities with every challenge they could want. The facility also provides other activities such as Ghyll Scrambling as seen on BBC News with their instructors guiding Mike Bushell down the Ghyll in the Newlands Valley.