Things to see and do at Low Wray
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Low Wray campsite enjoys a central Lakes location with all aspects of the Lake District within relatively easy reach.
Try out activities to be enjoyed on or from the site:
- Bring a canoe or non-powered boat and launch from the campsite.
- Countless walks or cycle/mountain bike rides are available. Guidebooks can be found at reception and staff are happy to advise on routes.
- Onsite fixed orienteering courses suitable for various levels of experience are available. Buy a map from reception (£1.50).
- During the school holidays, sign up for outdoor activities.
- For great outdoor ideas from our Rangers, visit our Outdoor experience website.
Discover places just a short drive, walk or boat ride away:
- Visit Hill Top (Beatrix Potter's home) and the Beatrix Potter Gallery
- Explore Wray Castle and Claife Station
- Discover Brockhole, Lake District National Park Visitor Centre (boat service from Wray castle grounds in high season)
- Enjoy a meal at The Drunken Duck pub and restaurant
- Walk to The Outgate Inn (live jazz on Friday nights)
- Amble around Hawskhead - a beautiful Lakeland village with cobbled streets, shops, cafes and pubs
- Visit Ambleside - 2.5 miles away with a cinema, wide choice of restaurants, outdoor shops, Armitt Museum, Bridge House (NT) and Galava Roman Fort (NT)
- Don't forget to take a ride on Steam Yacht Gondola on Coniston Water - a fantastic cruising experience