Low Wray Campsite

Get out for some autumn adventure on the west shore of Windermere at Low Wray Campsite.

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 walks and tourist attractions in the central Lake District.

Choose from a wide variety of pitches - waterfront, lake view, meadow or woodland. We also have pods and safari tents, as well as other glamping options provided by our partner organisations.

Download the Low Wray Campsite map (PDF / 3.5MB) download .

October half-term

We still have pitches available for campervans and tents.

There's lots going on nearby at Wray Castle and we're doing pumpkin carving here on the campsite on Saturday 22nd, Wednesday 26th and Saturday 29th between 10am and 11am.  It's £2 per pumpkin and you'll need to book a place at reception.

Main season

We are open for the 2016 season from 18 March - 30 October.

Winter season

From 31 October to 1 January we will be operating at weekends only i.e. Friday and Saturday nights.

Campervan bookings

Please note that campervan bookings at Low Wray from 31 October – 1 January are not available online. To make a campervan booking, please call either the bookings office on 015394 32733 or Low Wray Campsite reception on 015394 32039.

Low Wray Campsite information

Getting to Low Wray Campsite 

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

Camping alternatives

Campers at Low Wray

Group bookings 

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

Things to see & do

Low Wray reception

Low Wray Campsite FAQs 

You’ll find lots of useful information on our FAQs page to help you get the most out of your stay with us.

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