Fell Foot

Important notice -

You no longer need to pre-book your visit to Fell Foot.

Lakeshore park with stunning mountain views

Fell Foot

What's on

Upcoming events

Rowboat, kayak and paddleboard hire

Tue 17 May 2022
10:00-16:00
Hire a paddleboard, rowboat or kayak down on the lakeshore and enjoy the freedom of being out on England's largest lake, with our friends Stoked Watersports.

Little Explorers

Thu 19 May 2022
10:00-11:00
Stretch little legs with a series of guided, nature themed walks around the park for pre-school children. These basic walking routes are suitable for the whole family.

Parkrun at Fell Foot, Saturdays at 9am

Sat 21 May 2022
09:00-10:00
A free and fun weekly 5k community event. Walk, jog, run or spectate – this friendly group welcomes all abilities.

Orienteering workshops led by Lakeland Orienteering Club

Mon 24 Oct 2022
10:00-12:00
Try your hand at something new this half term - here at Fell Foot there will be a series of orienteering workshops happening across the park.
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Things to see and do

The Active Base Club House

Join the Active Base

With underfloor heating, hot showers and spacious lockers, the comfortable changing rooms at the Active Base make it easy to warm up and dry off - whether you've been for a swim, paddle or run.

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Eating and shopping

The book nook at Fell Foot

The book nook

Get comfortable in the cosy café with a new read next to the fire on a rainy day, or browse our selection of pre-loved books and games to take away the perfect accompaniment for a chilled afternoon in the park.

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Our work

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History

Colonel Ridehalgh

Fell Foot's former glory 

Fell Foot was once the dramatic setting for a prestigious Lake District villa and has been significant as a recreational estate for over two centuries. Let's introduce the previous owners of this estate.

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Visitors taking a group selfie at Lyme Park, Cheshire

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Sunflowers at Rhosili and South Gower Coast, Wales

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