Low Wray

Open every year from late March to late October. GRID REF: OS NY372012 Sat Nav. LA22 0JA

Camping by the shores of Windermere at Low Wray © Paul Harris

Camping by the shores of Windermere at Low Wray

Welcome back - we are now open

Spring has arrived and the new camping season has begun here on the western shore of Lake Windermere.

Stay and play - we offer a variety of pitch locations from the waterfront right on the lakeshore to lake view, woodland and meadow pitches. We also offer camping pods with some fully equipped berber tents coming soon.


What's new

Kayakers' playground © National Trust

What's new at Low Wray campsite.

Site information

Fees, facilities, arrival and departure times, parking and general information.

Make a booking

If you're interested in booking,you can do so online, or over the phone.

Things to see and do

Stay and play at Low Wray  - there is loads to do from your tent door. Leave the car behind and unwind.

Bike hire at Low Wray

New - Kayak hire with 'Paddles Up'


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.

Adventure activities

Book an outdoor activity today - choose from canoeing, rock climbing, gorge scrambling and much more.

Group bookings

Tents at Great Langdale campsite © NTPL/Paul Harris

Group camping information for Hoathwaite, Low Wray, Great Langdale and Wasdale campsites

Getting here

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.

Low Wray FAQs

Frequently asked questions at Low Wray campsite.