Where to stay

If you have a small budget then people swear by ‘Brit Stops’.  This is a collection of farms, pubs, breweries and other businesses, which allow campervans to park for free overnight on their land; in return you buy their products.

https://britstops.com/

It is also worth popping you head in to a local business, smiling and asking if it is possible to pay for parking and spend you holiday pennies with them and support local businesses.

Another useful site is

https://park4night.com/

Please remember that you are responsible for our Van so the risk of damage to our vehicle going off the beaten track is high.  We don’t want to keep your damage deposit.  Also worth noting that not all breakdown recovery vehicles can gain access to all roads. It’s a long and expensive walk back.

PLEASE MAKE WISE CHOICES 🙂

Campsites

From the 4th July campsites are reopening if each are Covid Compliant. Here is a useful link to read to see what this will mean for you.  https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/holiday-faqs

During these unprecedented times we recommend you check ahead.

These following sites will also tell you where the best places to pitch up.

https://coolcamping.com/

https://www.lovecamping.co.uk/campsites/filter_lake

https://www.campsites.co.uk/search/campsites-in-the-lake-district

https://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/where-to-stay/camping-camp-sites

https://www.pitchup.com/