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Day boat launching notice for 2017

Due to building works taking place on site, and limited space, we're unfortunately not going to be able to offer a day boat launching service at Fell Foot this year. Canoes and Kayaks are still able to have access to launch.

Park run at Fell Foot

Fun and activities galore 

Run, walk or row with us at Fell Foot - there are plenty of ways to get active in the park. Or slow things down and simply roll out a rug and relax surrounded by stunning views of Lake Windermere and fells behind.

Swimmers at Fell Foot, Windermere

Sleeker Swim at Fell Foot

SleekerSwim have been running Swim Technique and Open Water courses since 2005 with a series of events and swim sportives held at Fell Foot this year.

Nordic walking at Fell Foot

Nordic walking

Nordic Walking is a perfect activity for all the family, or escape for an hour to have a go on your own! Free 45 Minute Tasters are available at Fell Foot on Friday mornings, starting in the main car park at 11am. For more information and to book a session please click here.

Fell Foot canoe trail

Windermere Canoe and Kayak

Take to the water and explore the stunning lakeshore around Lake Windermere. Kayak hire is available during the school holidays prices start from £10 for 45mins.

Have a wild time at Fell Foot

There's something for everyone here 

Let the kids explore the great outdoors at Fell Foot. Enjoy scramble nets in the outdoor play area and paddling all await your family for all-year-round fun!

Fell Foot

What's on

Upcoming events

Parkrun at Fell Foot Saturdays 9am

Sat 25 Nov 2017
What better way to keep fit than taking part in this 5km run, organised by parkrun, around our beautiful park with the stunning Lake Windermere as your backdrop. For all abilities and purely for your own enjoyment, it's entirely free; you just...
Fell Foot

Our work

Stunning aerial view of Fell Foot

An ambitious project is underway 

It's an exciting time for us at Fell Foot as we start to work on improving our facilities and access.

Fell Foot

Get involved


An introduction to the Lake District World Heritage Site 

The Lake District was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in early July 2017. It is now part of a special family of iconic places across the planet, like the Taj Mahal, Machu Picchu, Easter Island, the Barrier Reef, the Grand Canyon and many other world famous locations.