Featuring magnificent views across Ullswater in the Lake District, Cove Park is a small and peaceful caravan and camping park that is sheltered by trees and the Cumbrian fells. The backdrop of the park features Barton Fell and High Street. The lake of Ullswater is regarded as one of the most beautiful Lakes.
Cove Park is in a great location for all Lakeland activities and for exploring all of the Northern Lakes attractions. The park is a great base for walking, touring, resting and relaxing.
They keep the park very well maintained so that guests stay as comfortable as possible and enjoy their stay. The site’s toilet and shower block was recently refurbished and features new toilets and basins. They continue to improve the park.
They have a children’s play area so your children have a safe place to let off steam. They welcome dogs on the park but they must be kept on a lead while on the park. They have a woodland area and fields where you can exercise your pet.
Cove Park does not have a bar or club house. The local area has many great restaurants and pubs though and the owners will be glad to recommend some for you.
TOURING CARAVANS / MOTORHOMES – PITCHES FROM £20 PER NIGHT
They offer hard standings touring pitches that are elevated and offer the best positions. The pitches are sheltered by the trees and the fells but still have great views. The amenities block is situated conveniently nearby.
There is a plenty of grass for awnings near each pitch. There is a space to park your car close to your caravan.
They have electric hook-ups so that you can enjoy all home comforts in your caravan or motor home.
CAMPING PITCHES FROM £15 PER NIGHT
Their camping area is sheltered and provides grassy pitches. It is near the amenities block.
They also offer superior tent pitches that are slightly bigger and have an electric hook-up facility that really makes your camping holiday more comfortable.
OUT AND ABOUT:
Ullswater is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful of all the lakes, and there are a huge number of activities and places to visit around Cove Park to suit all ages, tastes and levels of activity. We have put together a list of some of the most popular. Plus we also have a huge information board at the Park that is continuously updated.
• Ullswater Steamers
• Rookin House (Pony Treking, Quad Bikes)
• Howtown Outdoor Activity Centre
• Ullswater Outward Bound
• Penrith Golf Course
• Penrith Swimming Pool and Climbing Wall
• Keswick climbing wall
• Askham Outdoor Swimming Pool
• Lowther Valley
• Cumbrian Stone Circles
• Dalemain, stately home
• Hutton in the Forest, stately home
• Lakeland Bird Of Prey Centre
• Eden Ostrich Farm
• Lilliput Lane
• Melmerby Organic Bakery
• Wetheriggs country pottery
• Rheged Discovery Centre
• Homes of Football, Ambleside
• The Gingerbread Shop, Grasmere
• The Alpaca Centre
• Tullie House Museum, Carlisle
• Cars of the Stars
• Theatre by the lake
• Keswick pencil museum
• Whinlatter outdoor centre
• Keswick launch
• The puzzling place
• Hadrians Wall
And hundreds of other activities – whatever the weather.
There is always something exciting, interesting and to do at Cove Park.
Visit the Cove Park website for further information
- Chemical Disposal Point
- Car Parking
- Child Play Area
- Dogs allowed
- Drinking Water
- Electric Hook-up
- Electric Shaver Point
- Food Shop
- Gas Cylinder Available
- Ice Pack Facility
- Motor Home Pitches
- Shower Facilities
- Static Pitches
- Tent Pitches
- Tour Caravan Pitches
- Wheelchair Access