Lake District campsites customer reviews
We aim to provide the best camping experience possible for our customers, with good facilities at well organised sites.
We welcome feedback, good or bad, so that we know what we should continue to do to keep our campers happy and what we need to fix to improve our service.
If you would like to comment on your stay with us please complete one of our comment cards whilst you’re on site or fill in the email survey that we’ll send to you after your visit.
Here are a few comments we’ve received direct from our customers:
‘Just wanted to drop you a line to say how much we enjoyed our stay at Langdale and Wasdale NT Campsites, the staff at both sites were extremely helpful and accommodating and were a credit to the whole ethos of the NT.’ – DC
‘I thought the team at Great Langdale was quite brilliant. A crammed bank holiday weekend – they still had a sense of humour, still had time for guests and still kept the place clean and organised. They deserve the very highest praise.’ – SG
‘I just wanted to drop you a line to say just how impressed I was with Low Wray this weekend. I had stayed there before but it was a few years ago and the changes that have been made are very impressive. Right from the start, the new reception and extremely welcoming staff gave a great first impression. I was lucky enough to be allocated Pitch 2 (lakeshore), it was simply stunning and made a beautiful weekend feel very special.’ – CS
‘Just a quick email to say thanks to those working at Wasdale campsite. We stayed in Scafell pod last weekend and had a great time. The campsite facilities were very clean and we were impressed with the pod!’ – SP
‘I would like to express my praise and thanks for a wonderful weekend we spent at Great Langdale Campsite from 22-25 May. We stayed with you with our two boys aged 7 and 9. The staff were very welcoming and very happily went the extra mile to answer questions and help out. There was always time for a friendly chat and a laugh and we got plenty of invaluable advice on local walks and facilities.’ – AS