Low Wray

Now open until year end. GRID REF: OS NY372012 Sat Nav. LA22 0JA

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

Camping by the shore of Windermere at Low Wray

Lakeshore camping

Calling all walkers, cyclists, canoeists and dogs owners – you’ll love our campsite for its direct access to Windermere lakeshore and its proximity to an enticing choice of paths and bridleways in the central Lake District. 

A great location for families who want to combine outdoor adventure with trips to local attractions such as Wray Castle, Hill Top and Steam Yacht Gondola.

Low Wray is closed for winter, but reopens on 20 March.

Site information

Site facilities

The new shop and reception area at Low Wray offers a wide range of supplies © Paul Harris

The site has an on-site shop, three shower blocks, a children’s adventure playground, bike and kayak hire.

 

 

Pitches and prices

Pitch your tent and get ready to explore © NTPL/Paul Harris

We have a wide variety of pitches available. Charges vary depending on season, pitch type, number of campers and optional extras.

Site rules

We have all the information you need on arrival at the campsite © NTPL/Paul Harris

We have a few guidelines that we ask you to follow, to make sure your camping experience at Low Wray is as enjoyable as possible.

Getting here

However you're getting here, see our detailed directions © NTPL/Paul Harris

Low Wray is on the western side of Lake Windermere, within easy reach of Ambleside, Coniston and Hawkshead.

Make a booking

Check out our terms and conditions and reserve your pitch right now.

Things to see and do

Hire bikes and canoes or a bat detector kit, visit Wray Castle just along the shore. Alternatively, visit Allan Bank within easy cycling distance.

Don't forget to visit the newly opened Peter Rabbit Adventure at Wray Castle

15% off our cottage close to Low Wray

Summer House holiday cottage garden in winter © Photography by Ward

Summer House holiday cottage garden in winter

Summer House is located between Low Wray and Wray Castle and sleeps up to 4 people. If you prefer being snug whilst enjoying some panoramic views, this is the place for you.

To entice you, we are offering 15% off our low season pricing over the winter period.

More information about Summer House

Pods

Try a taste of luxury with one of our camping pods © NTPL/Paul Harris

Try a taste of luxury with one of our camping pods

We have three standard pods (2 adults and 1 child) and seven family pods (2 adults and 3 children). See Lake District pods for further information.

Glamping

The cosy interior of a Berber tent at Low Wray Campsite © NTPL/Hannah Perry

The cosy interior of a Berber tent at Low Wray Campsite

Book your stay in one of our two new Berber tents or with one of our partners, for your break in a yurt, gypsy caravan or tipi.

Low Wray Berber tent prices 2015

Campervans

Bring your campervan to Low Wray campsite © NTPL/Paul Harris

Bring your campervan to Low Wray campsite

We have nine spaces at Low Wray for campervans. Please note that none have electric hookups. Campervan pitches can be booked online.

Group bookings

Family enjoying the new play facilities at Low Wray campsite © NTPL/Paul Harris

Family enjoying the new play facilities at Low Wray campsite

We accept group bookings from organised groups, such as scouts and Duke of Edinburgh award groups.

Adventure activities

If you don't mind getting wet - why not try Ghyll scambling?

If you don't mind getting wet - why not try Ghyll scambling?

Looking for some outdoors adventure during your stay? Try one of our guided adventure activities - a perfect way to explore the Lake District.

FAQs

Do you have a question? Our FAQs page should give you the answers you’re looking for.

You’ll find loads of information to help you get the most out of your stay with us.