Aira Force and Ullswater

Aira Force is a showcase for the power and beauty of nature; it’s a place to escape the ordinary.

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Aira Force and Ullswater

Things to see and do

Car parks for Aira Force and Ullswater

Whether you’re venturing on to the high fells, exploring the area by boat, or going for an amble by the lakeshore, here’s a handy guide to our car parks in Ullswater to help you plan your day.

Lake view

Swimming in the Lake District  

Swimming in lakes, rivers and tarns is a popular activity in the Lake District, but it is important to be aware of the risks involved before entering the water. Lakes and tarns can be deep and the water will still be cold, even on warm days. Before you set off, read the Lake District National Park's guide to swimming to make sure you have the right skills and equipment to stay safe in the water.

Aira Force and Ullswater

Eating

A member of staff serving a cup of coffee

Grab a bite to eat

Our tearoom is open serving a range of hot and cold drinks, home bakes, sandwiches, hot pasties and ice creams to takeaway or enjoy on the outdoor seating. We will continue to maintain high standards of cleanliness and till and collection points will be screened. Hand sanitiser will be available should visitors wish to use it. Thank you for making this a safe experience for everyone.

Aira Force and Ullswater

Our work

Projects

A couple cycle along a lane at Wray Castle

Planning your visit to the Lake District  

Get the best out of your visit to the Lake District by planning ahead. We're expecting the Lakes to be very busy this summer, so we've pulled together the tools, tips and guidance to help you make the most out of your trip and help us look after the Lake District. Find a car park, understand where you can and cannot stay overnight and get tips for ways to stay safe in the Lakes.