Fell Foot

Important notice -

The café, parkland, lakeshore & toilets are open. Pre-booking is essential to guarantee entry throughout the school holidays. Without a booking you may unfortunately be turned away.

Lakeshore park with stunning mountain views

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What's on

Please book before visiting

The meadow, parkland, café and toilets at Fell Foot are open. Now we're into the school holidays please remember to book your tickets in advance to guarantee entry. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay. We'll be releasing tickets every Friday, and you can book your tickets until 3pm the day before you visit. On weekdays during term time you no longer need to visit. We look forward to welcoming you.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Fell Foot (26 July - 1 Aug)

Mon 26 Jul 2021
10:00-16:00
Book your timed entry to visit Fell Foot.
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Things to see and do

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.

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Eating and shopping

The outdoor seating area of the Boathouse cafe

Eating at Fell Foot

Whether you're in the mood for a barista coffee, a warming hot pot or a wood fired pizza from our special pizza Landrover, no visit to Fell Foot is complete without a tasty treat.

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Our work

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Get involved

Visitors at Fell Foot Park in 1980

Fell Foot's Oral History Project 

Do you have memories of Fell Foot from times gone by? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

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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.