Location and Transport Information
- Buses go to: Coniston and Ulverston
- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Ulverston
- Car hire available on site
3 Glamping Pods
Open Dates: From June 30th 2017
Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm
Latest Departure Time: 11am
Coniston Park Coppice Club Site is placed in the heart of the Lake District National Park, alongside Coniston Water and is surrounded by beautiful forest.
Catapult yourself into an active holiday as the area boasts a menagerie of activities such as windsurfing, cycling, pony rides, rock climbing, hiking and canoeing (to name but a few). The kids won't get bored on site either as there is an adventure playground to romp around in, as well as children's activities to complete.
Coniston Water is a short walk from the site and offers a range of water-based activities to choose from such as dinghy sailing to steamboat rides from the pier or simply just feeding the ducks. If you prefer staying firmly on dry land, slip on your walking boots and head into the National Park. Hike up the fells to enjoy the staggering views of the lakes below - many head to Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain for a more challenging route.
Prices from £69 per glamping pod per night. Minimum booking is two nights. £69 price based on a stay from Mondays to Thursdays during low season (October 1st - December 22nd 2017). Other terms and conditions apply.
* Coniston Park Coppice Wi-Fi runs an average 20 Mbps.
In the village, there are 3 small supermarkets. Larger supermarkets in the area are Booths in Ulverston (14 miles) and ASDA, Morrisons and Tesco are in Barrow (25 miles). there is also ASDA and Morrisons in Kendal (25 miles).
The nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 7, Walney to Wear. The second route takes you from the site towards Tover. Both routes take you alongside the water and into the countryside and you can take a look at these two main routes on the Sustrans website.
The area is rich in trails and tracks to follow, both flat and hilly. Many tried and tested routes are detailed on the Lake District website.
Additionally, there are walking route leaflets and booklets available from the shop.