Camping by the shores of Windermere at Low Wray
© Paul Harris
If you fancy a break at Low Wray before we open, check out the availability of The Summer House, our cottage situated between the campsite and Wray Castle, which sleeps up to four people.
More about the Summer House
What's new at Low Wray campsite.
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Fees, facilities, arrival and departure times, parking and general information.
Essential information for your visit
If you're interested in booking,you can do so online, or over the phone.
Further booking information
If you're into watersports, Low Wray campsite in Cumbria is the perfect spot to spend your break in the Lakes.
Things to see and do
No tent, no worries. We have various camping options to suit those who prefer a little more comfort than a tent provides. And we can provide equipment for those of you who might not want to carry your camping gear to us.
Camp in style
Book an outdoor activity today - choose from canoeing, rock climbing, gorge scrambling and much more.
Have an adventure
Group camping information for Hoathwaite, Low Wray, Great Langdale and Wasdale campsites
How to make a group booking
Take the A593 from Ambleside, turn left at Clappersgate on to the B5286. Turn left at the sign for wray. The site is less than one mile on the left.
Frequently asked questions at Low Wray campsite.
All the info you'll need about the site
We're a UK conservation charity, protecting historic places and green spaces, and opening them up for ever, for everyone. Find out more about us.
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